Chesapeake Beach, MD, June 19, 2020- During the June 18th Town Council meeting, the Mayor and Town Council unanimously approved the opening of Town amenities, temporarily, in a restricted manner due to COVID-19 capacity limitations in place. The Chesapeake Beach Water Park will open for Town and Calvert County residents, and their guests, on July 1, 2020. Bayfront Park, aka Brownies Beach, will open to Town residents only, and their guests, on July 1, 2020, by Resolution #R-20-3.
“The goal of the Mayor and Town Council is to provide our residents a safe local place of enjoyment this summer, while providing jobs to our local youth. The Chesapeake Beach Water Park and Bay Front Park have consistently served as an outreach of employment training for our local youth bringing close to 300 employment positions to Town and Calvert County residents and it is important to maintain our employment opportunities.” stated Mayor Patrick J. “Irish” Mahoney.
The Chesapeake Beach Water Park staff looks forward to entertaining Town and Calvert County residents and are following all safety guidelines set forth by the MDH on 6-10-2020 in their document, titled “Amended Directive and Order Regarding Swimming Pools”.
“Providing a safe environment and enjoyable guest experience for you, your family and your guests is our top priority. We can’t wait to see you July 1st”, stated the General Manager of the Chesapeake Beach Water Park Marilyn VanWagner.
Visit the Chesapeake Beach Water Park website to purchase your tickets in advance, view a live countdown to opening day, buy season passes or schedule swim lessons at www.chesapeakebeachwaterpark.com. Residents are asked to have their ID available with a Town address or their utility bill showing a Town address to gain their discounted access to the Water Park and free access to the Beach. For more information regarding Bayfront Park rules and restrictions please visit www.chesapeakebeachmd.gov.
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