|Type of Pass||Kenilworth Residents||Non-Residents|
|Household Season (Up to four)||$100||$230|
|Each Additional Household Member||$10||$20|
|Individual Season Fee||$40||$115|
|Daily Beach Pass Booklet-12 Tickets||$50||$115|
|Daily Beach Fee||$7||$20|
|Replacement of Lost or Stolen Season Pass||$5||$5|
2019 Beach Guidelines
For the 2019 Beach Guidelines, please click here.
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2019 Beach Season
May 27th – September 2nd
Monday – Sunday: 9 AM TO 7 PM
*Beach passes will be available for purchase starting March 18, 2019.
Lifeguards will staff the beach between 9 AM to 7 PM. When lifeguards are not on duty, the beach is still open for public enjoyment. Please swim at your own risk when lifeguards are not on duty.
Kenilworth Beach Rules
These rules and regulations are intended to promote the safety, comfort, and enjoyment of persons using the beach during the summer. Nonconformance by a few will result in the annoyance or discomfort to others and should be avoided. Therefore, the beach staff have been instructed to enforce these rules uniformly without exception.
- If the Water Superintendent determines the water is too cold or rough for swimming, a sign shall be displayed and the beach will be officially closed while such conditions continue. Persons who go into the water at this time do so at their own peril.
- No patrons are allowed on the jetty.
- Lifeguard protection is limited to the immediate vicinity of the Beach. Patrons must stay within the designated swimming area. Lifeguards will warn patrons when they have gone too far.
- Patrons are asked to not swim further than they are able to return.
- No person shall appear in a state of nudity, or shall any person make any indecent exposure of any kind on the beach or in the water.
- Children under 8 may not go into the water unless accompanied by an adult.
- Profane, offensive, or vulgar language will not be tolerated.
- No dogs are allowed on the beach.
- Rough, boisterous, or offensive activity will not be tolerated.
- Ball playing on the beach will be stopped when it causes annoyance to other beach patrons.
- No dumping on the beach or in the water.
- Glass and alcoholic beverages are prohibited.
- Fires and incendiary devices are prohibited.
- No soliciting.
- No boats, rafts, or floats within 300 feet of the beach.
- If patrons appear to be ill or have skin lesions, beach staff will not allow the patron to go into the water.