Horseneck Beach State Reservation - Public Recreation area

Horseneck Beach State Reservation is a public Recreation area. Marshland is concentrated at the northern portion of the peninsula. Summer homes were built in the area After a bridge. The beach is along the located, southern portion of the peninsula. Route is the main 88 Route of the two land routes, ends on 88 Horseneck. John Reed Road ends at East Beach Road on the eastern portion. Land evidence records indicate that Native Americans. Residents made use of the nearby, protected islands. Town residents used Gooseberry Neck, the entire Horseneck peninsula. Family settlement core developed at Macombers Corner at the intersection. Windmills were at the located, southeastern end of the Point. Shipyard operated at the Point during the nineteenth century. Yard produced the whaleship Mermaid for Westporter Andrew Hicks. Whaling began to dominate the economy of Westport Point.

Public Recreation area, Located, southern portion of the peninsula