Flagler Beach Municipal Pier is located at 215 S Oceanshore Blvd., Flagler Beach, FL 32136, plus you’ll find multiple street beach accesses north and south of it. The beach is pet-friendly north of N. 10th Street and south of S. 10th Street.


Laidback, quirky, and hip, Flagler Beach doesn’t have high-rises to block the ocean views. It’s home to mom-and-pop restaurants and shops, a brewery, and even a winery. On the beach, expect to see surfers, families, groups of friends and couples.

See, feel

The sand is soft, coarse, and a deep cinnamon color, while the ocean is a sapphire hue, with a pier that stretches far out over the water. The ocean floor can be yielding and uneven. It’s the Atlantic, so expect some waves, which will vary depending on tides, the wind, and offshore systems. Here’s a live webcam of the beach by Flagler Beach Pier.

On or near the beach

Kicking back by the shore, fishing, and surfing the waves-- Florida’s third largest – are popular ways to enjoy Flagler Beach. Local surf shops like Flagler Board Shack and Z Wave Surf Shop offer lessons,  rentals, and summer surf camps. After a day hanging ten, refuel with the ocean as a backdrop at Tortuga’s Florida Kitchen & Bar, The Golden Lion Café, or The Funky Pelican, sited at the base of the iconic pier. (The pier is closed due to hurricane damage.)
For an epic experience, sign up for a beach horseback ride with Equestrian Adventures of Florida.


A handicap ramp is located at the Pier, plus you’ll find handicap accessibility at Gamble Rogers State Park. The City of Flagler Beach offers beach wheelchairs with extra-large tires for movement through sand, a semi-recliner chair for use in the water and wheelchair accessible benches on the Flagler Beach Municipal Pier. All chairs are available to the public free of charge.
To utilize the mobi-chair or the beach access chairs, contact the on-duty Flagler Beach Pier & Bait Shop Attendant, open 6 a.m. through midnight (phone: (386) 517-2436). 


Outdoor showers


Lifeguards are on duty from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. on weekends from October to May, every day between Memorial Day and Labor Day. They’re located from North 9th Street to South 9th Street.


Click here to access Flagler Beach’s free beach parking map.

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