Parkwood Beach (in Plymouth County, MA) Populated Place Profile


Parkwood Beach (GNIS FID: 615551) is a populated place located within the Town of Wareham, a minor civil division (MCD) of Plymouth County.

The elevation of Parkwood Beach is 20 feet. Parkwood Beach appears on the Onset U.S. Geological Survey Map. Plymouth County is in the Eastern Time Zone (UTC -5 hours).

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Nearby Cities, Towns & Census Designated Places

Wareham Center, MA (1.9 miles NW)
Weweantic, MA (1.9 miles WSW)
Onset, MA (2.4 miles E)
Buzzards Bay, MA (4.1 miles E)
West Wareham, MA (4.3 miles NW)
Marion Center CDP, MA (4.3 miles SW)
White Island Shores, MA (4.9 miles NE)
Monument Beach, MA (4.9 miles ESE)
Bourne, MA (5.1 miles E)
Pocasset, MA (6 miles SE)

Nearby Neighborhoods, Subdivisions & Other Small Populated Places

Hamilton Beach, MA (< 0.1 mile)
Pinehurst Beach, MA (< 0.1 mile)
Oakdale, MA (< 0.1 mile)
Swifts Beach, MA (1.4 miles WSW)
Wareham, MA (1.4 miles NW)
Onset Station, MA (1.4 miles ENE)
East Wareham, MA (1.4 miles ENE)
Briarwood Beach, MA (2.4 miles WSW)
Riverside, MA (2.4 miles E)
Point Independence, MA (2.7 miles E)

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