No Swimming at Asan Beach
Avoid swimming at Asan Beach until further notice. Guam EPA has issued a sewage leak advisory affecting the waters off Asan. Mild to severe illness may occur if you are in contact with contaminated water. For more information, call Guam EPA at 333-4751. More »
U.S. Marine Corps Return to Guam
Contact: Dan Brown, Park Ranger, (671) 333-4051
(Asan, GU) On the morning of July 21, 1944, more than twenty thousand U.S. Marines stormed the Asan beaches that made up the northern invasion site during the WWII Liberation of Guam. On March 7, 2010, that location, known today as the Asan Beach Unit of War in the Pacific National Historical Park, again hosted an historic event for the Marine Corps on Guam: a sensational performance by the U.S. Marine Corps Battle Color Detachment.
Did You Know?
Typhoons can occur in any month, although they are more common during the rainy season? But don't worry; typhoons give ample warning of their coming and there is plenty of time to take shelter.