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When are horses not allowed on the beaches?

The regulations regarding taking or riding a horse on the beach is different depending on the time of year.

Between the 1st May to 31st October in any year, horses cannot be taken or ridden on the following beaches; ALL beaches in South Shore Park from Horseshoe Bay to Warwick Long Bay, Johns Smith's Bay, Elbow Beach and Shelly Bay.

However during the same time frame of the 1st May to the 31st October in any year a person may take or ride a horse on all other public beaches below the high water mark between the hours or 5:00 a.m. and 8:00 a.m.

From the 1st November to the 30th April the following year, no person shall take or ride a horse on Horseshoe Bay in South Shore Park, John Smith's Bay and Elbow Beach, but may take or ride a horse on all other public beaches below the high water mark at any time;

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