Imagine a Florida beach without all the crazy parties. Fort Lauderdale Beach has many activities. It’s less chaotic than Miami Beach and offers more white, sugary sands, and blue water.
Although the waterline is still a popular spot for parties, more families than college students will likely be walking along it.
Visitors are always busy looking for boutiques and restaurants along the palm-lined promenade that runs behind the beach. You can rent beach chairs and also find water sports equipment near the shore.
Recent visitors noted that Fort Lauderdale Beach felt empty even amid a large crowd.
It is also known for its cleanliness and calm waters. This makes it a wonderful place to take kids.
You can park at the beach for $1.75 an hour, but you don’t need to pay to get in.
You can also stop along North Fort Lauderdale Beach Boulevard, along the Sun Trolley’s Las Olas Link or Beach Link routes. Other attractions such as the Bonnet House Museum & Gardens or Hugh Taylor Birch State Park are also within walking distance.
The beach is open to guests at all times of the day. Visit the City of Fort Lauderdale website to learn more.
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