White Horse Beach
The Plymouth Recreation Division is responsible for the operation of White Horse Beach.
Resident Beach Stickers are Required & Strongly Enforced
A resident beach sticker is required to park at any location within the White Horse Beach Parking District Map (PDF). This is enforced by the Plymouth Police Department. Sticker enforcement will begin May 27, 2023, and through Labor Day, September 4, 2023.
These Guest Parking Passes are only provided with the purchase of a Resident Beach Sticker. Guest Parking Passes will only be provided to WHB Parking District Residents who live on the following 15 streets: Abington, Thomas, Williams, Homer, Taylor, Beach, Asiaf, Elm, Pearl, Hilltop, Diamond, Pine, Hemlock, Sycamore Terrace and Highland Terrace.
These Guest Parking Passes will ONLY be valid in the White Horse Beach District in those parking spots where a Plymouth Resident Beach Sticker is required. No Guest Passes are allowed in the Public Parking Lot located off Taylor Avenue.
White Horse Beach will be staffed with lifeguards and parking attendants starting June 24, 2023, through August 20, 2023
Portable toilets are located at the public beach entrance.
Beach wheelchairs are stationed at White Horse Beach and available on a first-come first-serve basis from 8:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Rules & Regulations
- No alcohol on any beaches
- No glass containers
- No loud music
- Dogs must be on a 6ft leash (or less) and under control at all times
- No open fires
- No boats within 150 ft of a swimmer
- No jet skis in Morton, Fresh, or Hedges Pond
- No fishing in designated swimming areas during hours of operation.
- All personal flotation devices must meet Coast Guard approval
- Lifeguards have the final say in rule enforcement
- Drones & kites are not allowed on beaches from Memorial Day through Labor Day
- No charcoal grills are allowed at any beach
Shark Alert Information
Red Flag: Confirmed Sighting, Beaches Closed to Swimming - Yellow Flag: Unconfirmed Sighting, Swim with Caution