Warren Beaches

There are plenty of terrific reasons to visit a beach in Warren, OH. Hanging out in the sun, floating in the water, and creating memories with your family and friends are some examples.

Finding a beautiful swimming beach in Warren with plenty of room for activities on the beach isn’t too difficult. The following is a list to help you find a beach close to Warren. Begin, by entering your zip code in the displayed box below.

Beaches Near Warren

The beach may be periodically closed because of water quality problems as a result of temporary occurances like bacteria, stormfall runoff, or algal blooms. Check the beach’s website before you leave for the beach for updates on water quality.

Keep in mind that the weather on a beach is usually different than what you find in the city. Wind can be colder and gusty whenever it’s blowing onto a beach.

Rules of the Beach

When you visit any beach in Warren, there are always guidelines that you must follow. Nearly all beaches will ask you to follow these rules:

  • Building a fire may not be allowed on most public Warren beaches.
  • Don’t venture beyond the swim area.
  • Always assume you are swimming at your own risk, even if there is a lifeguard at attention.
  • Never disobey an order from the lifeguard on duty. If they tell you to get out of the water, then you must do it.
  • Don’t forget, if you bring something to the beach, you are obligated to pick up after yourself.
  • Alcoholic beverages may not be allowed.

Warren Beach Tips

  1. Avoid the crowds. It can be difficult to locate a parking spot at some beaches in Warren. Getting there early will help you find a good place to park your car and a great spot on the beach.
  2. Bring plenty of towels. Fresh towels are essential for a good beach experience. Bringing towels is particularly important if you’re bringing little children with you or if you are thinking of getting in the water.
  3. Dispose of Garbage. There is nothing worse go to a filty beach. If you take something to the beach, you should pick up collect your items. Make sure that you throw away your litter in an appropriate trash or recycling receptacles.
  4. Don’t swim outside of the designated swimming area. If there is a ropped off swimming area it is likely unsafe to swim outside of that space. There could be dangerous objects under the surface, be frequented by boaters, or is unsupervised by a lifeguard.
  5. Grab some shade. If you know that locating a shady spot will be difficult, or if you know that there likely won’t be many shady spots around, bring your own shade! Bring a beach umbrella, shaded beach tent, or some sort of equipment that provides shade. Be sure that you use equipment that has good airflow.
  6. Sunscreen is a necessity. Even if the weather forecast says it will not be sunny it’s important to still use sunscreen – because you can get a bad sunburn even when it is not sunny.
  7. Keep items dry. It’s convenient to use a backpack, grocery bag, or waterproof duffle bag to stash beach items such as beach towels, buckets, tents, and PFDs. However, these bags trap moisture from evaporating, leading to mold growth and keeping beach items from drying out.
  8. Keep the insects away. If you want to go to the beach early in the day or late in the day, you will find mosquitos, horse flies, fleas and other nuisance bugs could ruin your beach experience.