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Parks and Recreation

Posted on: June 26, 2020

Hudson Park Beach Opens Saturday, June 27

The City of New Rochelle welcomes back residents to Hudson Park Beach beginning June 27th through Labor Day, from 10am – 6pm.

Access to the beach is free again this summer! Parking is free for Parks Passport holders; for non-Passport holders, a daily parking fee of $5 for New Rochelle residents will apply.

Passport fees are as follows:

Adult Resident (ages 14-61) - $40

Senior Resident (ages 62 and older) valid for five years-$40

In accordance with current regulations for health and safety, the Hudson Park beach, park and sundeck will be limited to 50% capacity. Restrooms will be cleaned multiple times hourly and sanitized weekly. Park-goers are encouraged to follow New York State guidelines to wash and sanitize their hands frequently, maintain social distancing, and wear a face covering when social distancing is not possible.

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