Madison Beaches CT

MADISON TOWN BEACHES: madison beach and recreation

The Surf Club, East Wharf Beach, West Wharf Beach, Jaycee Field, Holly Park House, and Garvan.

Seasonal passes are available only to residents. Residents pay $20 and resident senior citizens pay $15 for these passes.

Daily Entry Fee: This costs $10 per person for nonresidents.

Beach Umbrella

Day Parking: Nonresidents. pay $10 per car to park. Passes are not available at the beach. Instead, beach goers must purchase them at the Beach and Recreation Department offices. These offices are closed on weekends, precluding those who haven’t planned ahead from going to the beach.

Parkingis available to both residents and nonresidents. Side street parking is prohibited in posted areas however.

This is some summer seasonal information we have been able to gather about CT town beaches, their beach passes, and parking passes. And here's a reminder, don't take the information as a set standard, because they could change at any time. But this page is seasonal information to give you an idea of what to expect.

Disclaimer: As with everything in CT, you can almost bet this information and rates will eventually change.

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