City of Deerfield Beach
To experience South Florida's beaches without encountering large crowds, try Deerfield Beach. The city’s award-winning "Blue Wave" beach earned that designation from the Clean Beach Council, based on its excellent water quality, beach conditions, safety services, public information and habitat conservation policies. Deerfield Beach is known for its eclectic surf culture with a quiet village feel. Nestled in between the Hillsboro and the Boca Raton inlets provides for the best waves in south Florida. You’ll find some of the freshest seafood at the seaside eateries along the beach. You’ll experience fine dining in flip flops as the live music plays in the background. The city is home to the most beautiful International Fishing Pier in south Florida. This is a popular spot for fisherman, but there is also group fishing available for children and families. If you don’t have poles and bait, don’t sweat it, you can rent them for less than $20 a day! This hidden gem is also home to Quiet Waters Park, which features campgrounds, fishing, a skate park and – are you ready? – the longest "cable ski" courses in the nation. A hybrid of surfing, skiing and wakeboarding, cable skiing is rapidly growing in popularity, and you can try it at the park’s 2,700-foot oval course. Deerfield Beach is also home to Deer Creek Country Club, an 18-hole championship course known for its exceptional course conditions and country club amenities like the Key West style clubhouse, driving range, practice putting and chipping greens. All this is located just 5 miles from the Atlantic Ocean. The city is centrally located and minutes away from three different airports, Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International, Palm Beach International and Miami International Airport. Daytrips to other parts of south Florida are easy. Deerfield Beach is becoming one of the hottest destinations for families and anyone hoping to get out of the cold! Come join us in Deerfield Beach, where South Florida Begins!