Why do we pay to play at the Charlotte Beach? 

While working at Charlotte Beach, attendants are often asked how they discovered such a sweet job for the summer. Spending the day on the waterfront of Lake Champlain, listening to children playing and watching the sun set across the Adirondacks sounds heavenly to most Vermonters. However, beach attendants have other responsibilities behind the scenes and field more challenging questions, such as, “Why do residents have to pay to use public property?”

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Summer Job Opening Charlotte Beach Attendant
A part-time, seasonal position that begins Memorial Day weekend. The beach attendant will be responsible for the maintenance of the beach area and the facilities located near the beach (e.g. tennis court, playground, volleyball court and picnic area).

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Charlotte Skating Rink
It’s almost time to skate! The Charlotte skating rink belongs to the entire community. We would like to thank Bill Fraser-Harris, Ed Sulva and Dave Schermerhorn who volunteer their time to keep the ice in good condition.

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Keep a look out for status updates on the Charlotte town skating rink, located right next to the Charlotte Central School. Lights and a warming hut lend to fun evenings on the ice.