National Beach Day | August 30
Wed Aug 30th

National Beach Day

On August 30th, the sandy beaches around the country will celebrate all the sandy beaches. It also helps keep those securing areas clean, so we can continue to enjoy them long into the future.


If we spend time on beaches oceanside, at a lake, or river, they provide recreation all summer long. Just a few of the relaxation topics that have come to mind include swimming, water sports, and sunbathing. We also enjoy playing Frisbee, volleyball, and long walks. On a hot summer day with friends, floating in the surf creates summer memories we will cherish for years to come.

Often, just packing a few icy beverages and a good book will make a beach day perfect. However, we are also responsible for the beach's care. Not only should we pack out what we pack out, but it's also important to follow the beach rules. Safety and fun go hand in hand.

How to celebrate national beach day

The American Red Cross has great advice on how to enjoy the beach.

  1. Only in designated areas can swim with a lifeguard or not.

  2. Go with a buddy. Never swim alone.

  3. Watch for currents, moving water, and riptides for riptides. These occur in oceans, lakes, and rivers.

  4. Swim in your depth. Don't swim longer than you are physically fit to doing.

  5. Take swimming lessons.

  6. Learn CPR.

To clean up your favorite beach, organize a team. Your beach will love it because it's nearing the end of the season. Find out what the plant needs by finding out what the facility needs. Next year, take up donations for supplies to keep the beach even cleaner. For your beach, donate garbage and recycling cans. Attend a seminar on water pollution and how to avoid it.

When enjoying the last days of summer, post photos of your favorite beach.

To post on social media, use the hashtag #NationalBeachDay to post.

The national beach day is the longest in national beach day history

The Knights of Columbus, a Milwaukee, Wisconsin group of 1929, introduced a National Beach Day as part of their convention efforts in 1929. However, it never took root.

Colleen Paige, a pet and family life specialist, created National Beach Day in 2014 to celebrate beaches and the importance of keeping them clean.

Beach day FAQ

Q. What are the best days to go to the beach?

A. You mean other than National Beach Day? Well, the weekends are the busiest, but if you like people watching and, well, people, pick a Saturday or SUNday. (Get it? Get it? ) (Get it? (Sun + day) However, if you're looking for a less crowded time to go, visit the beach early on Friday. Why? Why? That's a travel day for the majority of vacationers.

Q. Is it possible to visit the beach in the off-season? Yes! Yes! It's an excellent way to enjoy the beach to yourself. If you're visiting a sunny spot or heading to a resort town boardwalk, you can still take in some of the attractions and reap the benefits of the oceanside.