Beaches in New York City

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Here you can discover information about local beaches in New York City. Even though New York City is usually associated with a concrete jungle, it has some beaches to run away to during hot summer days. View the map to find beaches locations. All local beaches in New York City are free for their visitors. The swimming season starts on Memorial Day (last Monday in May) and ends on Labor Day (first Monday of September), so you have three months to enjoy the water in the closest beach in New York City. The local beaches in New York City are sandy so you shouldn’t worry about stepping on rocks. Scan the beach map to find the exact beaches locations.

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Spend the weekend relaxing by the water at one of the beaches near you. There are 8 public local beaches in New York City and 13 beaches are run by private clubs, so before you pack your sunscreen, towel and book check the status of the beach. Water quality in beaches near you is analyzed regularly and you can know whether it is safe to swim there. If the closest beach in New York City has the status of “Open for swimming”, you can go. Before taking your four legged friend to the closest beach in New York City remember to see if they are dog friendly so your trip wouldn’t get spoiled. The beaches map can show you which beaches locations are near to you.

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