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Posted on: May 14, 2020

[ARCHIVED] Memorial Beach opening and stickers

As we continue our way through Covid-19 we are working to get the beach opened.  Starting on May 18th stickers will be available for purchase.  Ideally we would like you to purchase your stickers online at  This will create the least amount of contact.  After purchasing you can print out your receipt and on your first trip to the beach present it to the gate employee and you will get your sticker.  If you are not comfortable with purchasing the sticker online there will be staff at the beach Monday May 18th-Friday May 22nd from 10:00-2:00 where you can purchase your sticker.  The beach will resume regular hours on Memorial Day weekend.  During the month of June the beach will be staffed Thursday through Sunday, opening 7 days a week on June 29th.

Our goal is to keep the beach open all summer long but we will need your help.  There will be a few new guidelines to adhere to.  Most of the guidelines are the same as they have been.  We have changed to a trash in/trash out system. There will be no grilling or picnicking allowed this summer and we ask that you follow social distancing guidelines.

Memorial Beach Rules and Covid-19 Guidelines

Beach is staffed 10am-6pm M-F and 7am to 8pm Saturday, Sunday and holidays

Gate is locked at 8pm on weekends and holidays.  Everyone at Memorial Beach Park, including boaters must vacate by then.

Trash in/trash out system.  You will be given a bag upon entry for your trash.  Please take it with you when you leave.  If you need extra bags please ask.  There will be a dumpster in the parking lot for your convenience.

Bathrooms are closed to the public.  Portable toilets are available

Fishing is only allowed off the peninsula to the far right side of the beach.  

Alcohol is not permitted on the beach. Or on the water.

Please remember there are others around you.  Please avoid using vulgar language and keep music volume low.

No motorized vehicles allowed on the beach.  This includes remote control vehicles 

Rules for Boaters

Gate is locked at 8pm on weekends and holidays.  Please come back in time to be off beach property prior to that

Please be considerate of other boaters and wait your turn

No power loading

Non-resident jet ski launching is not allowed

Please follow boating safety rules while on the water

Covid-19 Guidelines (may be subject to change)

Please respect social distancing

We encourage you to wear a mask if you feel you cannot social distance

No Grilling or picnicking.  Non alcoholic drinks are allowed.  Please dispose of containers responsibly.

Please follow rules and guidelines.  Our goal is to keep the beach open all summer long, but if guidelines are not followed we will have to close.  Also please understand that with social distancing we may reach capacity more often than on normal years

Sticker costs have not changed from last year

Resident motor vehicle sticker: $25

Senior resident 60-64: $20

Senior 65+:  Free

Webster/Dudley Veteran:  Free

Resident with rooftop watercraft:   $40

Resident with trailered watercraft:  $75

Non Resident vehicle:  $100

Non Resident with rooftop watercraft:  $150

Non Resident with trailered watercraft:  $250

Daily Rates

Walk in  Under 17 free.  Over 17 $2

Resident vehicle $5 

Resident with rooftop watercraft  $10

Resident with trailered watercraft $25

Non-Resident vehicle $10 weekday $25 weekend

Non-Resident with rooftop watercraft $15 weekday, $30 weekend

Non-resident with trailered watercraft $40 weekday $50 weekend

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