The Wellesley Recreation Department says Morses Pond beach will officially open—without lifeguards, so swim at your own risk—Mon., June 5-Sun., June 25, 10am-dusk. During those dates, the yellow gate at Turner Road will be monitored by Recreation staff, and parking at Morses Pond will be limited to Wellesley residents only. (Non-residents can walk, run, or bike in.)
On Mon., June 26-Sun., August 20, 10am-5pm, the beach and pond will fully open for the season, with lifeguards on duty.
The price of admission
- Family passes for residents—$250 (that rate includes 5 free day passes for the season)
- Adult pass (residents)—$125
- Senior/child under 16 (residents)—$60
- Daily passes—$10 per person (proof of residency is required)
- Season pass adults/seniors—$190
- $90 per child (under age 16)
- No daily passes available
Contact the Recreation Department for information at 781-235-2370.
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