Deerfield Beach encompasses more than 5 miles of pristine beaches. The town’s International Fishing Pier, located at 200 NE 21st Ave, Deerfield Beach, 33441, anchors this sandy wonderland. Here are other Deerfield Beach accesses, parks, and facilities, and specific road intersections and addresses.


Old-Florida charm on an award-winning, guarded beach with ample activities. Kicked back, and popular for surfing, swimming, and sand volleyball, Deerfield Beach is home to a nearly 1,000-foot fishing pier, welcoming families and a diverse crowd of beachgoers.

See, feel

Cocoa colored sand and low-rise condos. A boardwalk shaded by palms and lush with green berms. A pier reaching far over the Atlantic. Deerfield Beach is easy on the eyes and kicked back, but never a snooze.

Here, you’ll see surfers riding waves, fishermen trying their luck on the pier, and -- if you’re an early riser--epic sunsets over the surf. This Blue Wave beach is recognized for having exceptionally clean water and sand. Expect some waves, which will vary according to tides, winds, and offshore systems. For activities and eateries-- and more crowds, head to the area by the pier. For a tranquil escape, head to the southernmost part of the beach. To live vicariously, check out the live webcams in Deerfield Beach, including one focused on the pier, another on the beach, and still another showing what’s going on underwater at the pier.

On or near the beach

Sunbath, people-watch or swim, or up the adventure with surfing – on the north side of the pier if you’re a hot shot, and south of Tower #7 if you’re not as experienced. Fish from the International Pier for almost guaranteed success, or take a stroll out over the waves to catch some salt air and stunning views.

Sand volleyball courts are available on a first-come-first-serve basis.

Head just north of the pier to snorkel or scuba dive Turtle Beach, boasting a reef and a wreck a few hundred feet offshore. There’s more, too, including ZUMBA at the Beach Saturday mornings. Fuel the fun at beachfront eateries like Oceans 324 or JB’s on the Beach.


The International Pier is wheelchair and stroller friendly.


Amenities include volleyball courts; picnic pavilions, tables and overlooks; a three-mile boardwalk; and restrooms at the fire station at 71 SE 21st Ave, and in the South Beach area at 726 NE 21st Ave, which also offers showers. The International Pier’s concessions rents fishing gear and offers bait and souvenirs.


Lifeguards protect a one-mile stretch of Deerfield Beach with nine lifeguard towers, staffed from 9 a.m. until 5 p.m., 365 days a year.


You’ll find parallel parking the length of the beach walk, five public parking lots near the beach, and a 360-space parking garage two blocks from the pier on State Road A1A. Here’s a map with parking.

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