HAMBURG, NY (WKBW) -- With temperatures in the 90's and plenty of humidity, it's the perfect weather for hitting the beach.
Except at Woodlawn Beach State Park in Hamburg, the water is off-limits.
The State's budget woes means no money for lifeguards, which has many park visitors upset, especially since they paid $6 per vehicle to get in.
"Who's going to pay $6 bucks to sweat on the beach," said one beach-goer.
Some visitors ignored the ban and tried to swim anyway, only to be kicked-out. Those wanting to swim were forced to go about a mile down the beach off the State Park to go in the water.
The State is currently working on a contract with Hamburg to have the town take over the swimming portion of Woodlawn Beach.