JAMES CITY COUNTY – For people who do not live in James City County or the City of Williamsburg, parking fees at Jamestown Beach are expected to go into effect this Saturday, May 29.
From Memorial Day weekend to Labor Day (Monday, September 6), non-residents will be required to pay a parking fee when visiting the beach, located at 2205 Jamestown Road, near Jamestown Settlement.
Fees will be billed Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., and weekends and holidays, 8 a.m. to 6 p.m.
2021 parking fees
Passenger vehicle (up to 8 passengers):
Weekdays: $ 4
Weekends and holidays: $ 7
Multiple occupancy vehicle (9-15 passengers):
Weekdays: $ 10
Weekends and holidays: $ 10
Bus (16 passengers or more):
Weekdays: $ 15
Weekends and holidays: $ 15
Guests are asked to stop at the gate to pay the parking fee (cash, credit / debit cards, and checks will be accepted) or provide proof of residence.
There is no parking charge for residents who physically reside in James City County and the City of Williamsburg. Residents are required to provide proof of residence upon arrival (to include a valid driver’s license or ID card that shows current address). Residents can also present a rental agreement, utility bill, or voter registration card along with another ID card (for example, an ID card issued by the DoD).
Parking stickers for residents will no longer be issued. However, previously issued decals are still valid as long as they are legible. Non-legible stickers will not be valid and cannot be replaced.
For more information, call 757-259-5360.
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