Extreme Tide Closures
Beginning on August 30 through September 4 (Labor Day), above average and extreme tides will affect vehicle access to some extent each day at the Crossover. Each morning, the Natural Resources Officer will assess tide height, weather conditions and beach topography to determine the timing and extent of tide closures. Vehicles may need to leave some or all of the areas over the Crossover. Typically, tide closures last about 1 ½ hours before and after high tide, so remember to check the tides before heading out to the beach during that time period.
The high tides over Labor Day weekend will be among the highest of the summer, and vehicles will need to leave all areas of the Crossover during the tide closures, so please plan accordingly!
The 2023 NOAA tide calendar (PDF) for Plymouth is available to download or print.