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Rye Town Park Discounted Passes

Rye Town Park Discounted Passes
The Rye Town Park Commission is encourage residents to buy season permits and take full advantage of the beautiful park and Oakland Beach. They’re offering “high tide” benefits for a “low tide” cost. And, they’ve held the line on prices - no increases for residents.

For a family of two adults and all children under eighteen a season permit is only $150. That’s good from Memorial Day weekend through Labor Day weekend. Individual adult permits are only $110.

Parking for permit holders is deeply discounted, compared to those without permits. These discounts include the daytime beach season from Memorial Day to Labor Day weekends, as well as the pre- and post-season periods.

Senior permits (62+) are $20 and include free parking. Platinum family ($300) permits also include free parking. Parking only permits are $150. They can be purchased at the park starting May 3rd. Seniors who have passes dated on and before 2010 DO NOT have to renew their passes.

Beach access is free for all permit holders!

To make sure all residents get the news, the Commissioners has sent mailing to all “Town and City of Rye” households - Port Chester, Rye City, Rye Brook, and the Rye Neck section of Mamaroneck. The letter includes a detailed description of the season permit benefits, along with a permit application form to speed the permit process along. Letters went out in mid April.

Credit card payments will be accepted for season permits. The park accepts MasterCard, Visa and Discover. They also accept Check or Money Order Payable to “Rye Town Park”.

People have two options in paying for their permits: 1. mail the completed forms back, with payment by check or providing credit card information; or, 2. bring them to the Park permit office, which will be open Wednesdays through Sundays, starting May 3rd, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.

New permit holders will have to provide a proof of residence (driver’s license, utility bill, etc.

Note: Non-Residents can also purchase discounted season permits - $60 for seniors; $250 for singles, and $350 for family rates.

For further information and details, call the park starting April 20th at 914 967-0965. More Information is available on the Park’s web site: www.ryetownpark.org

updated: 1 week ago