What do you do when your little one is too little to justify paying a big water park price? You take them to the splash pad, of course! It’s safer than the ocean and more fun than the pool. Best of all, we've got some great ones in our own backyard thanks in part to the New Bedford Parks, Recreation and Beaches Department!
The Swansea Shellfish Beds are closed.
A post on the town's website cited excessive rainfall as the reason for the closure.
The deep water DMZ Taunton River Commercial Area will remain open and officials say if the weather permits they may reopen the other waters, with the exception of relay areas,Tuesday morning
New Bedford's South End beaches have all reopened to swimmers.
The beaches were closed over the weekend because of high bacteria levels following Friday's heavy rains. Water quality tests taken Monday have shown bacteria levels do not pose health hazards to swimmers
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