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Your Summer Guide to Westchester’s Public Beaches

For those craving a beach day without the long drive, Westchester County offers several hidden gems right on its coastline. Many are unaware that the county boasts multiple public beaches perfect for lounging by the ocean. So, skip the long drive and opt for a nearby surfside retreat to enjoy a relaxing day by the water. 

Croton Point Park Beach

Croton Point Park Beach in Westchester, NY, offers a serene escape for beachgoers seeking tranquility along the Hudson River. Nestled within the expansive Croton Point Park, this beach provides a picturesque setting with sandy shores and scenic views of the river and surrounding parkland. Visitors can bask in the sun, swim in the refreshing waters, or enjoy a leisurely picnic on the grassy waterfront. With ample recreational opportunities and a peaceful ambiance, Croton Point Park Beach is the perfect destination for a day of relaxation and outdoor enjoyment in Westchester County.

Glen Island Park

New Rochelle might not immediately evoke images of beaches, but this 130-acre gem, accessible via a 1920s-era drawbridge, is ideally located on the Long Island Sound. It boasts picnic pavilions, both reserved and open picnic areas, boat launching facilities, scenic pathways, a catering hall, a restaurant, and much more

Harbor Island Park 

If you’re seeking a modest-size beach with ample amenities, look no further than Stephen E. Johnston Beach in Mamaroneck, NY. Though it spans just 750 feet, it offers plenty of space to soak up the sun and enjoy nearby attractions like a playground, picnic tables, a tennis club, ball fields, a spray ground, and fishing docks. The beach also hosts regular concerts and family fun nights, and kayak classes are available for those looking to hit the water.

Hudson Park & Beach

Hudson Park & Beach strikes the perfect balance between relaxation and recreation. You can unwind with a book, take a nap, or simply relax on the sand. When you're ready for more activity, head over to the grassy recreation area, which features a playground, a music bandshell, and plenty of seating.

Rye Town Park & Beach

Rye's crescent-shaped, 1,200-foot-long turf provides public access to the Long Island Sound through three separate gates. The central gate, located next to The Barley Beach House restaurant, is usually the busiest. While Rye Town Beach may not offer as many amenities as some other beaches, it is conveniently situated next to Playland, where you can enjoy weekly fireworks displays from the beach.



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