Beach Parking Stickers

The guidelines presented here are a simplified summary of regulations issued by the Falmouth Beach Committee. Many situations may not be completely covered. Actual regulations will prevail in the case of a discrepancy.

Menauhant Beach at 7 AM (picture taken July 2002)
Beach Sticker Prices
Resident/Taxpayer $30 expires 12/31/2013
Seasonal Sticker $200.00
One Week Sticker $60.00
Two Week Sticker $70.00
Three Week Sticker $80.00
Four Week Sticker $90.00
Motel/Hotel Sticker $10.00/day
Timeshare/Interval Ownership $30.00/owner


Daily Parking Fees
Old Silver Beach $20.00
Surf Drive Beach $15.00
Mill Road Beach $10.00
Menauhant Beach $10.00
Recreational vehicles/campers - Old Silver Beach $40.00
Recreational vehicles/campers - Other Beaches $20.00


Most stickers are issued under a few simple guidelines.

Q. Do I need a sticker?
A. Beach Parking Stickers are only required for parking your car in a town beach parking lot during the summer. You do not need a sticker if you walk, cycle, roller skate, get dropped off, take a taxi, etc. Also, you do not need a sticker from about the second week of September through mid-June.

Q. What are the simple guidelines?
A. A beach sticker is issued to a specific vehicle. The vehicle must be registered to a Falmouth resident (at least 6 months) or a Falmouth property owner.

Q. I'm pretty sure I qualify, but how will you know?
A. We'll look at the name on your vehicle registration. It must match either the name on your real estate tax account, or your name in the town census records.

Q. I meet the simple guidelines. What do I need to do?
A. How to apply for a beach sticker:
  1. You may fill out an application and mail it to: Town of Falmouth, P.O. Box 904, Falmouth MA 02541.
  2. If you want a beach sticker you can apply at the Ellen T. Mitchell Bath house on Surf Drive starting Memorial Day Weekend.


Q. My registration shows a leasing company/business...", "my property is owned by a trust...", "I rent a cottage for the summer...", "I've got a time share...". What do we do?
A. You'll have to apply in person at Surf Drive only. Bring relevant documentation, ie lease, rental agreement, trust beneficiary page, company business card, etc.

Q. Tell me more...
A. click here for Rules and Regulations for Beach Sticker Eligibility for Taxpayers, Residents, and Visitors.
Ellen T. Mitchell Bath House (map), 9:00 am to 4:00 pm, Saturday and Sunday until June 29, then 7 days for the rest of the season.

Beaches


Map

From May 1 through September 30, dogs are not allowed on any public beach. They are allowed from October 1 through April 30.
Sticker Required Public Parking (fee) Sanitary Facilities Bath House Food Concession Life Guards in season Handicap beach access Beach wheelchairs
Menauhant Beach
Menauhant Rd.
East Falmouth
Yes Yes
$10.00
Yes
portable
No Yes
mobile, ice cream only
Yes Yes
ramp / walkway
Yes**
Old Silver Beach - public
Quaker Rd.
North Falmouth
Yes Yes
$20.00*
Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
ramp / walkway
Yes
Old Silver Beach - reserved
Quaker Rd.
North Falmouth
Yes No Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes,
but difficult
Yes
Surf Drive Beach
Surf Drive
Falmouth
Yes Yes
$15.00
Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
ramp / walkway
Yes
Falmouth Heights Beach
Grand Ave.
Falmouth
Yes No Yes
portable
No Yes Yes No Yes**
Chapoquoit Beach
West Falmouth
Yes No Yes
portable
No Yes
mobile, ice cream only
Yes Yes
ramp / walkway
Yes**
Megansett Beach
North Falmouth
Yes No Yes
portable
No Yes
mobile, ice cream only
Yes Yes Yes**
Stoney Beach
Woods Hole
Yes No Yes
portable
No Yes
mobile, ice cream only
Yes Yes Yes**
Wood Neck Beach
Sippewissett
Yes No Yes
portable
No Yes
mobile, ice cream only
Yes Yes Yes**
Bristol Beach
Falmouth
Yes No Yes
portable
No Yes
mobile, ice cream only
Yes Yes Yes**
Grew's Pond - fresh water
Goodwill Park
Falmouth
No Yes,
no fee
Yes
portable
No Yes
mobile, ice cream only
Yes No Yes**
* Parking for recreation vehicles/campers is $40.00 for Old Silver Beach and $20.00 for all other public beach parking lots.
**At beaches without buildings, wheelchairs must be ordered in advance and delivered to the beach by beach personnel.