Recreation Commission

The Charlotte Recreation Commission is made up of nine members of the community supporting recreation in Charlotte. Members of the Commission volunteer their time and expertise in support of recreation in Charlotte. In addition to volunteering their time and expertise, the Commission holds monthly meetings, which can be found on the town calendar of events. We welcome ideas on recreation-related topics and feedback from the community, please consider attending a meeting or joining the commission! 

If you are interested in joining the Charlotte Recreation Commission, please send a letter of interest to townadmin@townofcharlotte.com.  A BIG shout out of thanks to past commissioners for their time and dedication to the commission and to the town of Charlotte.

Charlotte Recreation Meeting agendas and minutes along with recreational program information & registration can be found on the Charlotte Recreation website

 

Other Information / FAQs

Charlotte Beach Season
The town beach is open daily from 8 a.m. to 10 p.m. Memorial Day through Labor Day. Visitors are able to purchase a day pass or season pass to access the beach and amenities.

IMPORTANT: If you see after hours or off-season activity, please call the Vermont State Police Williston Barracks at 802-878-7111 option 3 to report an ongoing incident.

Charlotte Beach Passes - sold online through the Charlotte Recreation website and at the Charlotte Town Beach. Beach passes are not sold at town hall. Online beach passes will be on our Recreation website starting April 15th.

Beach Fees

Resident Season Pass: $30.00
*Additional Parking Pass for Residents: $10.00
(Additional parking passes must be purchased at the same time as the first pass is purchased.)
Non-resident Season Pass: $60.00
Daily Parking Pass Residents: $5.00 Non-residents: $10.00

Events at the Beach
The well-loved annual summer events, Music at the Beach and Town Beach Party, are town-sponsored events. Smaller gatherings are allowed during the season with advance notice and a completed application.  With limited parking, staffing and resources, the town is unable to support large private events at this time.

If you are interested in hosting a small gathering at the town beach during the season, visit the Charlotte Recreation website for application and beach policy information.