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There are two beach areas regulated by the City suitable for weddings. Both are located south east of Municipal Wharf No. 2. A Beach Permit is required for groups of 10 or more. For fee information see our Parks and Recreation Schedule of Fees.
Alcohol is prohibited on public beaches, except by a valid written permit (Per MCC, Chapter 23, Section 23-4).
Chairs, arches, tents, musicians, floral arrangements, etc. are not permitted on the beach. Beaches are open to the public, therefore, the public may walk through or occupy any and all areas of the beach – you may not "cord off" the area you intend to use. The only privilege associated with a Beach Permit is the right for a "group" to assemble.
If you are interested in using a nearby hall, the El Estero Park Center, a City facility, is located across the street. Please call them at (831) 646-3873 for space availability and rate information.
There are many other potential sites in the Monterey area which are not regulated by the City of Monterey. For further information on sites, please contact any of the following:
546 Dutra Street
Monterey, CA 93940
Office: (831) 646-3866
Parks & Beaches
23 Ryan Ranch Road
City parks are open to the public daily. Please remember that no one is allowed to remain in a City park after closing hours (between 10 PM and 6 AM).
Dennis The Menace Playground: Open daily 10 a.m. to dusk. Closed on non-holiday Tuesdays, Sept. - May.
Thank you for your help and cooperation in this matter.