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Mayo Beach Park

Mayo Beach Park is a Managed Access Park

Mayo Beach Park

 

Notice Posted May 21, 2021

Reservations using the website YourPassNow will go live Monday, May 24th and each Monday at 9:00 AM prior to the upcoming weekend AND only the upcoming weekend will be available for a reservation.
For public open days starting Memorial Day weekend, May 29th, visitors to scenic Mayo Beach Park must now reserve park passes through YourPassNow.com. Mayo Beach Park passes are available to the public at no cost. We have introduced this pilot system as a way to decrease traffic congestion on residential roads, better manage visitor expectations, and reduce the stress on staff from both workload and customer frustration. You may access YourPassNow.com from a browser on a computer or mobile device to reserve a pass through the YourPassNow reservation system, no app download required. Those without Internet access may call (410)222-7313 for assistance in making a reservation. Once reserved, the pass with QR code is emailed to the customer and can be printed or saved immediately. Mayo Beach Park rangers will scan the electronic or printed passes before visitors enter the park.
Los días de puertas abiertas al público de Mayo Beach Park comienzan el 29 de mayo. Todos los visitantes necesitarán un pase para ingresar. Esté atento a los detalles sobre nuestro nuevo sistema de reserva de pases.
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Mayo Beach Park sits at the mouth of the South River and the Chesapeake Bay. The park is available to groups on a permit basis for civic and nonprofit organizations, weddings, receptions, company picnics and family reunions. The park is also open for managed public access during the summer season on specific days. Mayo Beach Park is available for cartop boat launch during non-public open swim days. View the Cartop Boat Launch page for detailed information. 
 
For Mayo Beach Event Reservations, please contact Emily Brown [email protected] or (410) 222-1978.
   

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