Langlee Island

Managed by the Town of Hingham, Langlee Island offers a rustic escape right in Hingham Harbor.

A large, strong oak tree stands proudly at the center of Langlee Island. Huckleberry and viburnum decorate the island’s landscape, and the island is shaded by maple, cedar, and birch trees. Visitors can enjoy camping in the grassy patches beneath large trees, as well as hiking along informal footpaths to ledges that offer views of the surrounding area. Island camping and mooring reservations are required and are managed by the Hingham Harbormaster.

Outer Brewster Island


  • Walking paths
  • Camping
  • Mooring
Bumpkin Kayaking by Kerry Hawkins

Recreation & Activities

  • Hiking
  • Camping
  • Boating and paddling
  • Bird watching
What you should know before you go to the parks.

Know Before You Go

  • Langlee Island has no restrooms, drinking water, trash cans or other facilities. Camping and mooring are by reservation only.

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