[NOTE: We have updated our previous post in light of additional information provided by the Batavia Park District. See below for bolded change.]
Steamy weather leaves us longing to cool off in the refreshing water at the beach, and soon the wait will be over.
Hall Quarry Beach reopens for the summer on Saturday, May 29, and will operate from 11:30 a.m. to 6 p.m. daily through Aug. 15. Hall Quarry Beach is located at 400 S. Water St.
Check out the exciting drop slide, inflatables and the kids’ flume. A zero-depth edge allows for easy access into the water and a picnic area provides children of all ages a great place for lunch or a snack with family and friends. Patrons may bring their own food and beverages, but alcohol is prohibited. Some prepackaged concessions will be available.
The sandy beach beckons, and not just for children and sand castles. Sand volleyball courts will be open, too. A Co-Rec Beach Volleyball League begins on June 10, at 6 p.m. on Thursday nights at the Quarry.
Swimming lessons and quarry rentals also are available.
Daily admission is $10 for residents and $13 for non-residents. Reservations are required and may be made at bataviaparks.org. Children ages 2 and younger are free, but must be registered to comply with health requirements. Daily admission cannot be purchased at the Quarry.
As soon as we receive the authority to move to Phase 5, season passes will be available for residents, non-residents and seniors. We will adjust our operations as quickly as possible and communicate via the website when they will be available for purchase.
For cancellations, please provide a 24-hour notice to receive a household credit.
Safety is paramount. Patrons should wear a mask when entering the facility. Patrons will not be expected to wear a mask while swimming. While not in the water, patrons must wear a mask only when they are closer than 6 feet from individuals who do not reside in the same household.