B.B. Clarke Beach Park
|Address:||835 Spaight St.|
|Hours:||4:00am - 10:00pm|
|Shoreline On:||Lake Monona|
Park DetailsB.B Clarke Beach serves Madison's isthmus residents as a small beach on Lake Monona, perfect for relaxing on a summer's day.
Bascom Byron Clarke was a prominent Madison resident from his arrival in 1890 until his unexpected death in 1929. More information: Wisconsin Historical Society
Alcohol is prohibited in this park. For more information, see the Madison General Ordinance 8.24. In order to have alcohol in this park, you must have an alcohol permit, which may be obtained through the Parks Administrative Office.
See B.B. Clarke Beach Details for more information and rules regarding the use of the floating raft.
"Beautiful Madison, for all thou hast been to me, I love thee as I love no other place on earth. May you grow to be the greatest in all things as you have grown to be the greatest in many things!" ~ B. B. Clarke, 1902 (Madison, Past and Present)