Hollywood Beach and the Broadwalk stretch over two and a half miles from A1A east to the ocean between Sheridan St. and Hollywood Blvd., Hollywood, FL 33020, ending at Hollywood North Beach Park.


Fun and funky, with an extensive boardwalk and a flip-flop and shorts personality. Retro Floridian architecture and modern hotels and restaurants blend on Hollywood Beach, famed for the Broadwalk and engaging experiences on the water and sand.

See, feel

Hollywood’s palm-lined, brick promenade, the Broadwalk, invites you to skate, cycle, stroll, or ride a foot pedal buggy to discover the tiki bars, seafood restaurants, and motels and hotels that parallel its west side. On the east side, another wonder borders the pathway for its length: a Blue Wave Beach, certified among the nation’s cleanest and safest. It beckons with a wide swath of golden brown sand mixed with smooth, polished shell fragments. Here, you’ll see families and visitors of all varieties; dogs with wagging tails (only allowed on the beach between Pershing and Custer Streets); and the splashy, luxe Margaritaville Hollywood Beach Resort as well as mom-and-pop hotels. Expect some waves, which will vary according to tides, winds and offshore systems.

On or near the beach

The ways to play on Hollywood Beach are mind-boggling, with designated areas for surfing, kite boarding, surf fishing, and paddlecraft; fun for the little ones at Charnow Park; beachside concerts at the Hollywood Beach Theatre; and the time-honored, favorite way to enjoy the shoreline:  sunning and swimming.

While joining the activity on the Broadwalk is alluring, it’s at least as fun to take a seat at one of the innumerable eateries and watch the show roll by. 


The Broadwalk is wheelchair accessible. Hollywood Beach offers eight Mobi-Mat Beach Access Points,  most with handicapped accessible parking nearby. To reserve a Beach Wheelchair from The City of Hollywood Fire Rescue/Beach Safety Division, please call 954-921-3423. This service is provided at no charge and is first come, first served.


Charnow Park, sited on the Hollywood Beach Broadwalk at Garfield Street, is a beachfront park promising a shaded seating area, showers and restrooms, picnic pavilions, playgrounds and a splash fountain for kids.

Marking the northern end of the Broadwalk, Hollywood North Beach Park offers a biking and jogging path, fishing, restrooms, showers and a picnic area.

In addition, you’ll find outdoor showers and restrooms along the Broadwalk.
You can rent bikes and skates from numerous vendors, including Hollywood Beach Trikke and Sun & Fun Cycles; chairs, tents and umbrellas from Sky Rentals and Skipper’s Cabanas and Beach Club; and paddleboards from PADL, at multiple self-service kiosks.


Year-round lifeguards staff 28 towers in Hollywood.


Check out parking information from the City of Hollywood, and lots and prices from Parkopedia.

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