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Explore Lovells Island

Lovells Island—the nearest island to sites of legendary shipwrecks—is now a favorite for campers, with six smaller campsites (max. capacity 6 each) and two group campsites (max. capacity 50 each). You could spend days relaxing on a remote beach and nights listening to the sounds of the harbor. You can also take a swim on the side that faces the vast blue ocean (unsupervised). Tour the crumbling gun batteries, bunkers, and foundations of Fort Standish. Put on your water shoes and wade along a rocky beach or explore tidepools with views of the outer islands and Boston Light. Picnic on the shore or inland. Hike the rocky coastline.

You may visit this island via a connecting ferry from Georges Island during the summer season.  

Island Map

Island Map

Ferry Schedule

Ferry Schedule

Reserve A Campsite

Camping

Island Facts

Island Facts

This island of Boston Harbor Islands national park area is managed by Massachusetts Department of Conservation & Recreation