Where is Lake Pearl in MA?
Lake Pearl is a 245-acre Great Pond located a quarter mile south of Route 140 in Wrentham.
Can you swim at Lake Pearl?
Swimming at Lake Pearl Sweatt Beach, located at 5 Woolford Road, is usually open both to residents and non-residents through Labor Day. When swimming resumes, the beach will be open daily, 10 a.m.-7 p.m., weather permitting. Daily fees are $5 for adults and $4 for children (cash only), regardless of residency.
Who owns Lake Pearl?
. Joseph J. Lorusso
In the 1980’s, Lake Pearl was a popular site for corporate outings and weddings. The park was sold in 1998 to the new owners, Mr. Joseph J. Lorusso and family.
What kind of fish are in Lake Pearl?
The following fish species were found during MassWildlife surveys: Largemouth Bass, Chain Pickerel, Bluegill, Pumpkinseed, Yellow Perch, White Perch, Black Crappie, Brown Bullhead, and American Eel. Lake Pearl is stocked with trout each spring and fall. Lake Pearl is best known as a popular trout pond.
Can you swim in Lake Pearl Wrentham MA?
Located along the calm shores of Lake Pearl in Wrentham, Sweatt Beach is a great spot for swimming and paddling. Kayak and paddleboard rentals are open seven days a week starting Memorial Day weekend through Labor Day, and kayaks and paddleboards are available for any size paddler.
Can you swim in Lake Pearl Wrentham?
Where is Lake Pearl Wrentham in New England?
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I have been to Lake Pearl Luciano’s for big events regularly over the past 20 years. Being off the main drag in Wrentham is part of its rustic charm, as well as its setting on a small waterfront in the Boston suburbs. I had toe…
How much is the beach at Lake Pearl?
Lake Pearl beach is a great place for a morning or afternoon trip to the beach, especially with little ones who can’t handle the ride to and from the cape. Adults are $6 each at the gate and kids under 3 (i think!!) are free. It is a lifeguard guarded beach which is a nice plus, even at such a small beach.
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Being off the main drag in Wrentham is part of its rustic charm, as well as its setting on a small waterfront in the Boston suburbs. I had toe… opportunity to return there very recently for an event, and am happy to report that the ambiance, food, service and hospitality is as great as it has ever been.