Fort Lauderdale beach is a 7 mile stretch of soft sand with 20 lifeguard stands staffed with men and women dedicated to keeping the visitors safe. Ft. Lauderdale is just one section of the area's 23 miles of endless beaches, all with their own special charms.


Fort Lauderdale is known for its wide variety of restaurants and hotels located across the street from the beach. In addition, there's a lovely, shaded picnic area on the south end of the beach that many people may not even know exists. This area has a very large public parking lot with affordable rates and a busy marina situated across the street on the Intracoastal Waterway. From here, visitors can book a fishing charter, parasailing adventure, or a trip on the Jungle Queen boat for a tour of the waterway and a close-up look at the mansions and yachts.


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