Manhattan Beach Park
Oriental Blvd. between Ocean Ave. and Mackenzie St.
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New York City beach season has ended. Beaches re-open in 2013 on Memorial Day.
Parks maintains 14 miles of beaches, all of which are open from Memorial Day weekend through Labor Day.
During beach season, lifeguards are on duty daily, from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Swimming is prohibited when lifeguards are not on duty and in closed sections. Closed sections are marked with signs and/or red flags.
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Manhattan BeachLocation: On Atlantic Ocean, Oriental Blvd., from Ocean Avenue to Mackenzie Street
Phone: (718) 646-5913
Accessible Notes: There are beach mats available on the east side of the beach, near the picnic tables.
Barbecue Allowed: Yes (Northeast of promenade, median adjacent to parking lot, and Oriental Boulevard & Hastings Street)
Bicycle and Skate Path: Yes (only permitted from 5:00 a.m.-10:00 a.m.)
Boardwalk: Yes (promenade)
Concession Stand: Yes
Directions: BUS: B1 from Brighton
SUBWAY: Q Train to Sheepshead Bay Road. B49 to Cheapside to Oriental and Hastings Street.
PARKING: Exit 8 off Belt Parkway and follow signs to parking: $10.00 Monday through Friday and $20.00 on weekends and holidays.
More Info: Download Manhattan Beach Rules (PDF, 20KB)
New York City beaches have closed for the season, and will reopen Memorial Day weekend.
Directions to Manhattan Beach Park
Know Before You Go
Manhattan Beach Park
All NYC beaches will be open for swimming on Saturday, May 25. Due to the effects of Hurricane Sandy, and the major rebuilding effort at our beaches, there may be multiple service changes at each beach. Visit our Beach Restoration page for more information on what to expect this summer.
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