Fort Lauderdale Beach Park is less than a mile south of Las Olas Boulevard, appealing to families who want to do more than just lounge and swim on the beach.
There is a playground for children, a volleyball and basketball court, a picnic area with tables and grills, indoor showers, and restrooms at this park on the beach.
There is a lifeguard on duty every morning during daylight hours, which makes the park’s sands less crowded than Fort Lauderdale Beach.
The park has been hailed for its charming setting and top-notch amenities by recent visitors, who enjoyed their time here.
Many guests were attracted to the hotel based on its proximity to numerous shops and restaurants, such as B Ocean Resort and the Fort Lauderdale Marriott Harbor Beach Resort & Spa.
There have been reports that some services are subject to an additional charge. The cost of beach chairs and umbrellas will be about $50, and parking will range from $6 to $8 per vehicle. During weekends and holidays, parking can be limited (especially around the city).
The Beach Park is open every morning starting at 5 a.m. From midnight until midnight. There are a number of ways to reach the park, but the most convenient way to get there is by car, or by taking bus No. 40.
Also across the street is the No. 5 water taxi stop. Visit the website of the City of Fort Lauderdale to learn more about the park.