Welcome to Salisbury
Salisbury has fantastic entertainment, dining, shopping, and that's just to start. Salisbury Beach is a terrific destination year-round. As summer visitors leave, harbor seals and many different bird species come out to play during fall and winter, making the beach a great destination for wildlife photographers/enthusiasts.
Here are some of our favorite things about Salisbury
Salisbury's Coastal Trails. An integral link in the Coastal Trails Network, Salisbury's Coastal Trails offer close to 5 miles of trails for biking, walking and bird watching. Enjoy the great outdoors on these fabulous well-maintained trails.
Blue Ocean Music Hall. This is a great venue to see live performances, and it's small enough that every seat is a good one. There is a wide range of different acts - something for everyone. Seaglass restaurant is right next door- offering amazing food and a great bar menu for before or after a show. Both locations are handicap accessible and there is plenty of parking.
Salisbury Beach Reservation. Salisbury Beach State Reservation offers swimming, boating, fishing, camping and wildlife viewing. Fun at the reservation doesn't stop at the coastline – the 521-acre park also features a 484-site campground, playground, pavilion area, and more
Lena's Seafood. Lena's opened for business in 1958. It was originally located on Salisbury Beach's thriving boardwalk, which featured a carousel, roller coasters, and bumper cars. If you're looking for an amazing lobster roll on the way home from the beach, Lena's is the place. (You'll get a "Whale of a Meal!)