The rules for Bradford Beach, originally introduced by the Milwaukee County Parks on behalf of Bradford Beach, are the same for the summer of 2021.
When these rules emerged in 2019, they caused controversy after some Milwaukeeans were disgruntled by the vague alcohol regulations. (Alcoholic beverages of any kind are not permitted, but coolers with two non-alcoholic beverages per person are fine.)
Grilling, fireworks, dogs, canopies / large tents, commercial photography, glass bottles and firearms are also not allowed at Bradford.
However, according to Ian Everett, marketing and communications manager for the Milwaukee County Parks, he rules have been in place for two years successfully, and therefore will remain the same this season.
"The vision for Bradford Beach is to ensure it's safe, clean and welcoming for everyone," says Everett. "We've worked to make the beach more accommodating for people in wheelchairs."
For more information about public beaches and water parks, go here.
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