White Pond


Must have membership and check in at guard shed upon arrival

Days Open: Sunday June 6, Saturday June 12, Sunday June 13, Saturday June 19 and Sunday June 20, 10am-7pm

Starting June 21, open 7 days a week, 9am-7pm


White Pond will be open, Saturday, June 19 at 10am.  The Board of Health has issued an advisory regarding the blue-green algae situation and can be found in the link below:

News Flash • Concord, MA • CivicEngage (concordma.gov)

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White Pond Membership sales will open on Wednesday, February 10, 2021 at 8:00am

Resident memberships for families: $150
Non-Resident memberships for families: $190
*Additional members must legally reside at the address of the primary membership holder.

Pre-season Dates: May 29-30-31, June 5-6, 11-12, 19-20
Times: 10:00am-7:00pm
Regular Season: June 21-August 22
Times: 9:00am-7:00pm

No Reservations needed Summer 2021!

Guest Passes: Guests must be accompanied by a member.  Passes are $10 per guest ages 3+.

No daily passes for guests without a member.
Swim Lesson Information Summer 2021

 Session 1: July 5-July 16, $100 
10:00am-10:30am: Level 4-5-6 
10:30am-11:00am: Level 1-2 
11:00am-11:30am: Level 2-3 

Session 2: 
July 19-July 30, $100
10:00am-10:30am: Level 4-5-6
10:30am-11:00am: Level 1-2
11:00am-11:30am: Level 2-3

Participants will be placed in appropriate group on the first day of lessons.
  50 Plainfield Road 
  Concord, MA 01742

Notification regarding beach closings will be done by a text to MyRec membership cell phone number. 

  Beede Center (987-287-1000) and Hunt Recreation (987-287-1050) will also have updates on closings.

While we are excited to provide Concord families the opportunity to have a beach experience and the chance to be outdoors/swimming with family, we recognize that this summer will look very different. Following the guidelines here are the major changes in place for Summer 2021.

  • Beach is available to MEMBERS only and guests accompanied by a member
  • Members must legally reside at the address of the primary membership holder.
  • The raft will not be available.
  • Cancellations please email whitepondcancellation@gmail.com

2021 White Pond Beach Rules
  1. Lifeguards will be on duty during open beach hours. Do not distract a lifeguard; only get the attention of a lifeguard for emergencies.  Please listen to the lifeguards and beach patrol. Lifeguards are trained to scan for swimmers in danger and thwart accidents, not to manage the behavior and social distancing of children. Please watch your own children in the water. Non-swimmers of any age cannot be left alone. Parents of non-swimmers must be in the water with the child at all times, even if the child is in the shallow end. Remember, most youth rescues happen while a parent is present. Lifeguards may blow a whistle, or use their voice or megaphone to alert swimmers of the rules.
  2. Restrooms will be open with strict capacity controls for the safety of visitors; limited to one patron at a time. Patrons waiting to use a bathroom must wait outside the bathhouse
  3. Patrons must use the carry in carry out approach at White Pond this summer.  All trash generated at the beach must be brought out, a dumpster is provided in the parking lot.
  4. We recommend that you bring water as hydration is very important at the beach. There is no water fountain at this site. Guests are welcome to bring their own food/drink for consumption on-site.
  5. Alcoholic beverages are not allowed.
  6. Glass containers are not allowed.
  7. Dogs and pets are not allowed at White Pond Town Beach. This rule does not apply to any properly registered service animal while performing its duties.
  8. The following items are not allowed to be used at the beach or in the water:
    1. Inflatables of any kind. If it has a valve or is able to be punctured, it is not allowed. (Noodles and Boogie Boards are not allowed.)
    2. Snorkels, kickboards, flippers, SCUBA gear.
    3. No communal or radio music.
    4. No wood, charcoal or propane grills.
    5. No ball playing, no discs, or lawn games of any kind.
    6. USCG Types IV and V are not allowed. Any life jackets or vests that are USCG Types I, II and III are allowed.

Concord Health Division Information