North Beach in Racine set for 2023 season opening

RACINE, Wis. (CBS 58) -- The City of Racine Parks, Recreation and Cultural Services declared that North Beach will be open to the public starting on Saturday, June 3. The beach will be monitored by lifeguards seven days a week, operating from 10 a.m. until 6 p.m.

PRCS has laid out a comprehensive set of rules for the safety of visitors. These include prohibiting motorboats, wind surfers or floating devices in the swim area.

Any blockage of lifeguard chairs, boats or rescue boards is discouraged as it could potentially hinder rescue efforts.

Swimming is permitted only within the protected area. It is important to note that lifeguards have the authority to restrict the swimming area during hazardous conditions. For updated daily water conditions, visitors are encouraged to visit the City of Racine website.

North Beach Parks officially close at 10 p.m.

Certain restrictions apply at the park and beach area, such as the prohibition of alcoholic beverages, motorized vehicles, glass containers, fires on the beach and pets. Alcoholic beverages are an exception within the North Beach Oasis area.

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