When do pools and beaches close? An end-of-summer guide

All things must pass, and summer is no exception. But while fall is fast approaching, there are still a few weeks left to enjoy the city’s warm-weather activities. 

From swimming to Shakespeare in the Park, here’s when the five boroughs’ slate of summer attractions will wrap up. 


The city’s 14 miles of beaches will be open for swimming through Sunday, Sept. 11, with lifeguards on duty from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. each day, according to the city’s Department of Parks and Recreation. 

Up until then, beachgoers should still check the department’s  for any changes to swimming and surfing rules at individual beaches.


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