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  • What are your hours?

    We open at 11am EVERY DAY Memorial Day – Labor Day Weekend. We close at 9PM Sun-Thurs, 10:30PM on Friday, & 10PM on Saturday.

  • Is Paradise Ocean Club open year-round?

    No. Paradise Ocean Club is open Memorial Day – Labor Day. But, during the off-season, we are available for private catered events!

  • What hotels are nearest Paradise Ocean Club?

    Here is a direct link to hotels nearest Paradise Ocean Club >>

  • Can Kids Come To Special Events?

    Unless the event specifies an age restriction, all kids are invited to our special events such as the Great American Cookout for the same price as an Adult Ticket. Kids under 2 are free.

  • Can I bring my own floats?

    You may bring your own floats for the beach. However, you may not use floats in the pool–the childrens pool may have rings and such.

  • Are you a private club?

    No. We are open to the public. Anyone can purchase a one day All Access pass. We do also offer seasonal memberships.

  • Is there a cover fee?

    There is an all-day access pass which includes access to the beach, an Olympic-size pool, volleyball, food, beverage & beach service: $10 Day Pass-Every Day.

  • Do I have to pay a cover fee if I’m eating lunch/dinner at the restaurant?

    There is no charge to eat in the restaurant on a normal day. There might be a charge to eat outside on the deck during special events or on Fridays during the evening band.

  • How do I get a membership?

    Please send us an email to

  • What’s included in a membership?

    See Membership Privileges >>

  • When is the pool open?

    The pool is open everyday from 11am until 8pm. Please make sure that you are in a proper bathing suit if you plan to use the pool.

  • Do you rent chairs/umbrellas? If so, what is the cost?

    We have about 250 chairs around the pool and along the beach. There is no charge but they are on a first come first serve basis. You are always welcome to bring your own chair. There are some umbrellas that also are first come first serve. If you bring your own umbrella, it must have a beach anchor to keep it stable.

  • When is the best time to come if you have kids?

    Kids are welcome anytime we are open. The busiest times for kids seem to be 11am-4pm on the weekends.

  • When are Kids days?

    June 18th, July 15th, August 19th. Children 17 and under get in free with an adult, maximum 2 children per adult. We will have free inflatables and cotton candy for the kids.

  • When are Military Appreciation days?

    July 22nd, Aug. 26th. Active duty and retired personnel get in free with a Military ID Card, no meal included.

  • How do I take advantage of the Military discount on event tickets?

    At the door, with ID.

  • How do I find out about employment opportunities at Paradise Ocean Club?

    See Employment Application >>

  • Can I bring my own food or drinks?

    We allow one sealed bottle of water per person. We have a full restaurant menu and a casual snackbar menu available for food and beverages.

  • Is there a dress code?

    Yes. We stress that you be in “beach friendly” attire. We want you to come out and enjoy the beach and pool or have a casual dinner on the deck. This is not a nightclub or nightspot. Please no high heels, saggy pants, or otherwise inappropriate attire for a family establishment.

  • Where can I find your band schedule?

    See Events Page >>

  • Do you rent out the entire facility or allow promotional events?

    No. We keep our beach club open for members and guests between the first of May and Labor Day. We do not allow outside promoters or ticketed events unless produced by Paradise Ocean Club.

  • Can I pull up to POC in a boat?

    Yes! You will just anchor off the beach – usually about 20 – 30 feet off. Use a bow and stern anchor because the current can be strong. The boat area is to the right end of the beach when approaching.