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Lifeguards on duty at city beaches starting June 18

Guards will be on duty from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. daily
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Having fun at Moonlight Beach.

There will lifeguard supervision at seven municipal beaches starting June 18. 

Lifeguards will be on duty from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m daily. 

The following city beaches have lifeguard supervision:

  • Bell Park Main Beach on Ramsey Lake in Sudbury. GOVA Transit service via Route 1.
  • Capreol Public Beach on Marshy Lake in Capreol. GOVA Transit service via Route 105.
  • Kalmo Beach on Whitson Lake in Val Caron. GOVA Transit service via Route 105.
  • Centennial Park Beach at 400 Graham Road, Whitefish. GOVA Transit service via Route 101 and GOVA Zone service.
  • Moonlight Beach on Ramsey Lake in Sudbury. GOVA Transit service via Route 10.
  • Nepahwin Beach on Nepahwin Lake in Sudbury. GOVA Transit service via Route 1.
  • Whitewater Lake Park on Whitewater Lake in Azilda. GOVA Transit service via Route 104.

“Please remember that lifeguards are not a substitute for adult supervision of children,” the city said in a release. “Children must be supervised and within arm's reach of an adult caregiver at all times. Older children are reminded to swim with a buddy for greater safety.”