Founded in 1640, Marshfield is one of the oldest and most beautiful towns on the South Shore. Named after its many salt marshes, the town, the town boasts three large rivers- North, South, and Green Harbor Rivers.
Marshfield is made up eight amazing villages, which include: Marshfield Center, Fieldston, Ocean Bluff, Rexhame, Brant Rock, Green Harbor, Marshfield Hills, and North Marshfield.
Marshfield's 5-mile seashore is also the site of some amazing beaches, including Rexhame, Fieldston, Sunrise, Ocean Bluff, Brant Rock, Blackman's Point, Blue Fish Cove, and Green Harbor (also known to the locals as, "Burke's Beach"). These help make the town a popular summer destination. nation. Tourists and vacationers cause the town's population to nearly double from Memorial Day through Labor Day weekend. Only full-time residents can vote on public tax matters.