If you are a beach lover, a very special oasis awaits you at the end of a 1,600-foot boardwalk, which spans the most productive estuarine system in all of Lake Worth Cove. The Beach spans nearly 2 miles of the clear blue waters of the Atlantic Ocean. The walk from the parking lot to the beach is a beautiful walk, but if you have kids and “beach stuff” you may opt to take the free tram.
Tram Service Parking Lot to the Beach
Tram service is offered daily from 10 am until 4:00 pm every day.
Rest Rooms & Changing Facilities
Toilet facilities and showers are located near the beach.
Visitors can swim, picnic and surf at the beach. Dogs are not permitted on the boardwalk or on the beach.
On shore surf fishing is allowed with a fishing license.
Snorkeling, Scuba Diving
Scuba diving and snorkeling are permitted. Marine life is abundant on the reef and rock outcroppings that lie in shallow water near the beach. Reef squid, colorful tropical fish and schools of tarpon and snook are a source of delight for snorkelers.
A ‘Diver-Down’ flag, for snorkelers and divers, is required by law and is available for rent at the Gift Shop.
SPECIAL NOTE: There is no Lifeguard at the beach.