Parc Jean-Drapeau's beach is opening to the public next weekend
Life is about to get a little bit more refreshing at Parc Jean-Drapeau, as Jean-Doré beach is slated to open to the public for the summer as of Saturday, July 11.
The gold-sanded beach, an easy drive from downtown, is implementing new measures and some reduced services due to the ongoing pandemic.
To limit the spread of the virus, Jean-Doré beach is closing certain sectors and services that might be a health risk. Changing rooms will no longer be accessible, and guests are asked to shower and suit up before coming to the beach.
Locker rooms are also inaccessible and beachgoers are being asked to keep their personal belongings with them.
The beach won’t be lending out any equipment or devices throughout the summer.
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Jean-Doré beach goers are also asked to reserve a space and buy tickets online to limit the amount of incoming guests.
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The beach will also only allow 433 guests per group, and group sections are split into four slots throughout the day.
Children two years old and under are granted free access to the man-made beach. Admission costs $4 for kids aged 3 to 13, and $8 for people aged 14 and older. Family packs (two adults and two children) are available for $20.
Jean-Doré beach is open every day from July 11 to September 7 but the beach could close based on the daily weather.