Marshfield is one of the Commonwealth’s well-known South Shore communities that blends a traditional New England beach community feel with the convenience of an easy drive to downtown Boston. Marshfield, is 9 miles N of Plymouth, Massachusetts and 25 miles SE of Boston, Massachusetts. The town is considered part of the Boston metropolitan area. Marshfield has a population of 24,324 according to the Town’s 2000 census.
The area was originally inhabited by Native Americans, particularly the Wampanoag Tribe. Founded in 1640, the town of Marshfield still has its pre-Colonial charm. As you might expect, when you visit Marshfield you can expect to see not only large stretches of marshland but rivers, glens, and a beautiful coastline. Read Wikipedia on Marshfield and visit the Town’s Website for details about this outstanding vacation destination. And, visit the Marshfield OnLine Business Directory to find everything you need.