With more than seven miles of exotic white sand beaches the City of Fort Lauderdale is renown for offering tourists and residents with some of the best forms of entertainment, and relaxation across the globe. The City of Fort Lauderdale’s popular and unique beachfront is filled with a variety of exquisite shops, enchanting restaurants, sidewalk cafes, and entertainment locations offering a range of activities such as scuba diving, jet skiing, volleyball. deep sea fishing rollerblading and many more.

One of the worlds primer beach fronts, the Fort Lauderdale beach has maintained its commitment to ensuring public safety along its  coastline with its famous Ocean Rescue responsible for the two mile stretch of public beach extending from the South beach Picnic Area to the beach heading Hugh Taylor Birch State Park. Fort Lauderdale Beach additionally retains a year-round permanent staff of 15 lifeguards and towers positioned between 200 and 400 yards to each other with an estimated 10 extra reserve stands used during the holidays, peak seasons and special events.

Facts about Fort Lauderdale Beach

▪  Fort Lauderdale Beach by experiencing more than 15 years of development was transformed from a seasonal tourist destination to an all year round first class vocational resort, enjoying several decades as a central hub for college students on vacation celebrating Spring Break.

▪  During the 1980’s the City of Fort Lauderdale in a decisive effort took the necessary steps to change its image as an oasis for drunken college students by enacting a strict mandate to prohibit drinking in public.

▪  In recognition of Fort Lauderdale’s approved renovation in 1986 several redevelopment projects were implemented as part of a $47 million General Obligation Bond including the redesign of the A1A coastal highway by eliminating diagonal beach front parking, and adding a number of features such as pullout lanes, new traffic signals and brick paved pedestrian sidewalks.

▪ The subsequent development of the Fort Lauderdale Beach has allowed the city to experience an increase in both public and private investment providing a substantial boost its economy.

▪  Some of the more popular beaches found along the Fort Lauderdale coastline include, Deerfield Beach, lighthouse tours along the Hillsboro Beach, golf and fishing along the Pompano Beach, kayaking at John U. Lloyd Beach State Park and the Hollywood Beach boardwalk.

Greater Fort Lauderdale Convention and Visitors Bureau Webcam

Located along East Broward Boulevard, Fort Lauderdale, Florida, the Greater Fort Lauderdale Convention and Visitors Bureau website hosts several live webcam steams taken from a number of locations including the beachfront at promenade, Hollywood Boardwalk and even the Deerfield’s Blue Wav Beach by visiting the link posted below.

View Greater Fort Lauderdale Convention and Visitors Bureau Webcam.

The Courtyard Fort Lauderdale Beach Webcam

The Courtyard Marriott via Fort Lauderdale Beach Cam provides a live 24/7 HD-quality video stream taken from the Hotel overlooking the frontal coastline and parking area shown in the link below.

View The Courtyard Fort Lauderdale Beach Webcam.

Windjammer Resort Hotel Beach Webcam

The Windjammer Resort Hotel via their website hosts a live video taken from their webcam located above an overhead balcony at the hotel. The video shown in the link below overlooking the popular beach and pier in Lauderdale-By-The-Sea allows viewers a breathtaking view of the Atlantic Ocean and enchanting backyard coastline.

View Windjammer Resort Hotel Beach Webcam.


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