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Monday, May 27, 2024

Carolina Beach to reopen beaches Monday, parking lots to remain closed [Free read]

Beach accesses will reopen on Monday for the Town of Carolina Beach. (Port City Daily/Johanna Still)

CAROLINA BEACH — The Town of Carolina Beach is following the lead of its neighbor to the north, Wrightsville Beach, with a limited opening of its beach strand to the public — while keeping parking options restricted.

The beaches will open exactly one week after Wrightsville Beach’s did and allow residents and visitors (who manage to find somewhere to park) a chance to hit the beach for exercise purposes.

“The Mayor and Council Members in Carolina Beach have amended the Town’s original Declaration of a State of Emergency issued March 24, 2020 with Proclamation 20-2222 and will re-open the municipal beach strand effective Monday, April 27, 2020, 12:00 p.m. (noon), for exercise purposes only,” according to a town press release.

While the beaches are partially open, there are some restrictions that will remain in place.

According to the town, the following restrictions will apply:

  • All public parking lots shall remain closed to the general public.
  • Public restroom facilities shall remain closed.
  • All beach access points and beaches will be open for pedestrian access with the following restrictions: Only non-stationary exercise activities limited to walking, jogging, swimming, and surfing/watersports; Individuals shall follow strict social distancing measures; No exercise group shall have more than 10 people; Lifeguards will not be on duty; Sunbathing, sitting, games and all other activities will not be permitted on the beaches; All beach equipment such as towels, blankets, chairs, tents, coolers, and umbrellas will not be allowed.
  • All parks will remain closed with the exception of walk-in tennis court use.
  • Freeman Park will remain closed to vehicular traffic.

The restrictions will remain in place until town leaders say so.

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