This beautiful sand beach is pawsitively awesome for doing your best doggy paddle or engaging in some water sports. You can even rent kayaks, sailboats, paddleboards, and more at the on-premise Eastern Watersports, who also offer such pawrific activities as yoga and fitness lessons along the coast. Fido can participate too by showing off his best downward dog! If you and your pooch are more of the land-lubbing sort, you can relax on the sand and work on your tan.
With over 1,500 feet of coastline to explore, Hammerman Beach is the pawrfect spot to take a leisurely stroll with your fave pooch. Just be sure to keep him on a lead as you don't want to upset the paw-lice! The fishing is woofderful at Hammerman Beach, so you'll want to pack your rod, reel, and some bait. If you're unsuccessful trying to catch your lunch, you can always grab a bite to eat at the on-premise Riverside Grille.
To visit Hammerman Beach, you must purchase a day pass. Prices vary according to season. In peak season, the cost is $5 for residents and $7 for non-residents. All other times of year, a pass can be purchased for $3 for residents and $5 for non-residents. Just be sure to note that if you plan to leave the beach and return later on, you will be required to pay the daily fee again.
This beach is so pawpular that it regularly fills to capacity. Hammerman Beach park officials do turn away people and their pooches when the lot is full ,so be sure to arrive early if you want to snag a spot! This beach observes seasonal hours. In the winter months, from November through March, the beach is open from 10 AM to sunset. From April to October (summer), the beach is open 8 AM to sunset, and dogs are not permitted on the beach or on playgrounds, in bathrooms, or at concession stands at any time during this season.
Be certain to pack a treat or two for Fido and some bottled water to keep his thirst at bay! Cleanup bags are needed too, so you'll want to have a few extra on hand.
If you've got adventure on your mind, plan to stop by Hammerman Beach. It's a doggone great place to visit!