Fort Lauderdale beaches include a canine beach; numerous beach parks; and the paved Fort Lauderdale Beachfront Promenade, stretching alongside the Atlantic for two miles, bordered by its iconic white wave wall. Fort Lauderdale Beach Park, located at 1100 Seabreeze Blvd, Fort Lauderdale, FL 33316, provides one of the most popular options for a day of surf and sand.


Scenic, relaxed, vibrant. Situated less than a mile south of legendary Las Olas Boulevard, Fort Lauderdale Beach Park embodies a lively yet laid-back coastal atmosphere. Here, beachgoers bask in the sun, build sandcastles and swim, while surfers catch waves along the shoreline. Joggers, bikers, and rollerbladers traverse the paved promenade, while in the Park, beach volleyball, picnics under the palms, and luxury yachts sailing on the horizon create an idyllic scene.

See, feel

An abundance of palms, a latte-hued beach nestled next to azure waters, and top-notch amenities make Fort Lauderdale Beach Park easy to love. Less crowded than nearby Las Olas Oceanside Park, it boasts lifeguards, a wealth of activities both on the beach and onshore, and neighboring luxury hotels such as the W Fort Lauderdale, The Ritz-Carlton, Fort Lauderdale and Conrad Fort Lauderdale Beach. Expect some waves, which will vary depending on tides, winds and offshore systems. If you want to see what you’re missing, check out this slide show of Fort Lauderdale Beach Park.

On or near the beach

You’re invited to take a swim, catch some rays, or play a game of beach volleyball at the Park-- but that’s just the tip of the sandbar. You can bring your board and surf, or take a lesson with Hang Loose Surf School. Nearby, Beach Ventures for SEABOB delivers an adventure where you’ll glide under and through the water towed by an underwater jet ski; Sunrise Paddleboards offers kayaks and paddleboards; and SUP PUP promises tours and yoga on stand-up paddleboards.


Fort Lauderdale Beach Park features accessible parking, picnic tables and grills, restrooms, and showers. A beach wheelchair is available at the Sebastian Street lifeguard tower. Here’s more information about area and beach accessibility.


The Park offers amenities that include basketball, a non-motorized boat ramp, grills, outdoor showers, picnic tables, a playground, restrooms and a volleyball court.
Vendors along the beach like Aloha Watersports rent everything from beach toys to chairs and umbrellas.


Yes, year round. Here’s more information about lifeguards, their locations, and ocean safety.


Here’s information about parking at Fort Lauderdale Beach Park from Parkopedia. It has 438 spots, including disabled spots, no height restrictions, and electric car charging. Arrive early on weekends and holidays.

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