Whitestone Beaches

You’ll find plenty of good reasons to find a beach near you. Hanging out in the sun, splashing in the water, and creating memories with your friends and family to name a few.

Locating the perfect swimming beach in Whitestone with plenty of room for activities on the beach is fairly straightforward. If you could use some assistance with finding a beach in your area, you can use our table below. Enter the beach name, your city, or a zip code to filter beaches.

Whitestone Beaches

The beach could be periodically closed because of water quality problems as a result of unexpected events such as bacteria, stormfall runoff, or chemical spills. Check the website of the beach before you leave for the beach for more information.

Always look up the Whitestone weather forecast for today before you leave for to the beach. Checking the weather helps make sure that you bring the proper clothes for the beach and can also known when you need to leave.

Whitestone, NY Beach Guidelines

While each beach in Whitestone may use different rules for using the beach, prepare to abide to the following rules for every beach in Whitestone that you visit.

  • Do not attempt to visit the beach when it’s not open.
  • You should always be aware that you are entering the water at your own risk, regardless if there’s a lifeguard nearby.
  • Alcohol may not be permitted.
  • Never disobey a request from the lifeguard on duty. If they ask you to get out of the water, then you have to do it.
  • Don’t swim beyond the swim area.
  • All glass containers are prohibited on beaches.

Whitestone Beach Tips

  1. Children could need life vests. Safety should be your number one thought in your mind when attending the beach. Little children or anyone who needs help with swimming needs to use a Personal Flotation Device.
  2. Avoid the crowds. Beaches in Whitestone will be busy, especially on weekends in the summer. Try to arrive at the beach before the crowds show up if you can.
  3. Store items in a mesh bag. It’s convenient to use a backpack, tote bag, or waterproof travel bag to store beach necessities such as pillows, buckets, a speakerinflatables, and Personal Flotation Devices. But these bags keep water from evaporating, causing mold growth and keeping beach items from airing out.
  4. Get a shady spot. If you know that locating a shady spot will be tough, or if you think that there probably won’t be too many shady spots available, pack your own! Use a beach umbrella, pop up beach tent, or some sort of equipment that blocks sunlight. Be sure that you bring equipment that provides enough air-flow.
  5. Will there be a lifeguard? Many frequently visited Whitestone beaches will have a lifeguard around, however you shouldn’t count on a lifeguard being in attendance. If you have yourself, little kids or anyone else that you will be swimming with, it is a great idea to take along correctly sized life vests for anoyone who require them, and also know that you’re entering the water at your own risk.
  6. Alcohol. For many beaches in Whitestone alcohol isn’t permitted don’t allow alcoholic drinks. If you are not sure, leave the booze at home.
  7. Dispose of Garbage. Do not contribute to the issue of litter on beaches. If you bring stuff to the beach, you should clean up not leave anything behind. Make sure that you dispose of your garbage in an appropriate trash or recycling bin.
  8. Only swim in the designated swimming area. If there is a ropped off swimming region it is likely unsafe to swim outside of the area. There could be sharp objects under the water, be assigned to boaters, or is unmonitored by a lifeguard.