As April comes to an end, so do some of the quarantine orders and beach closures set forth by local and state officials. With that in mind, we wanted to be certain folks who are considering a trip to the area, or trying to make summer plans, are aware of the current beach restrictions and how they will affect our service.
As of 12:00 PM on Monday, April 20th the Town of Wrightsville Beach opened the beaches for “individual, non-stationary activities to include only walking, jogging, swimming, and surfing/water sports.” The Town’s release also stated “all beach equipment such as towels, blankets, chairs, tents, coolers, and umbrellas will not be allowed on the beaches at this time.” There is also no parking allowed at public lots or metered spaces for the general public.
Click here to read the complete press release from the Town of Wrightsville Beach.
Obviously, we will delay the start of our season until Town officials ease these restrictions. In discussions with local leaders, there has yet to be an agreed upon timeline as to when this will happen. Although we are anxious to get our summer started, we more so want to see the threat of COVID-19 come to an end. Allowing exercise on the beach, with proper social distancing, is a nice concession from the Town, and shows they are aware folks see the beach as an essential part of their lives and will allow greater access as soon as health officials give them the ok.
We encourage everyone to continue to follow local and state directives so we can get back to some kind of normality sooner rather than later. If you have any questions regarding our service please contact us at 910-833-6789, or click here to send us an email. Please stay safe and healthy, and we can’t wait to see yo on the beach soon!