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What are the 3 best beaches in Fort Lauderdale?

Going to be in Fort Lauderdale this summer for the first time and our plan is to beach it! It looks like there are quite a few--what are the must see beaches and what makes them different from one another?

3 Answers

top answer by
Terry from Sarasota

You absolutely have to start with Fort Lauderdale Beach Park, where you will find excellent parking (if you get there early), a huge number of shady trees, and grills & picnic tables for anyone to utilize.  There are no beaches like this one !

For number two, it is a bit of a tossup between Hollywood Beach and North Ocean Park, but I guess I would recommend Hollywood Beach. They are both off the tourist path, and are very family friendly. Use Google to investigate their unique characteristics.

For third, I would suggest Delray Beach, this is a bit north of Ft. Lauderdale, but it is a nice sized beach with restaurants in the area, some shopping, and it is off the beaten path. 

Mentioned in this answer:

  1. Fort Lauderdale Beach Park (attraction)
  2. Hollywood Beach (attraction)
  3. North Ocean Park (attraction)
  4. Delray Beach (city)
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answered by
Hazel from Port St. Lucie

Mentioned in this answer:

  1. Lauderdale By the Sea (city)
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answered by
Marina from Fort Lauderdale

Hollywood Beach is a super busy area! But it's fun. I love walking down the boardwalk there, it's so cute! Lauderdale By the Sea is a cute, family area. The beaches are very clean here, it's one of my favorites! Dania Beach is much more quieter than the rest of the beaches. Very tranquil actually :)

Mentioned in this answer:

  1. Hollywood Beach (attraction)
  2. Lauderdale By the Sea (city)
  3. Dania Beach (city)
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