Are Fort Lauderdale beaches open now?
Greater Fort Lauderdale beaches are open and ready to welcome you.
Is Fort Lauderdale Beach closed today?
All beach areas in Greater Fort Lauderdale/Broward County are open including: Dania Beach.
Can I swim in Fort Lauderdale Beach?
The beaches in Fort Lauderdale are very safe to swim in. With minimal current, exceptional water quality, typically calm sea conditions, shy marine life inhabiting the nearby coral reefs, and professional lifeguards stationed above, visitors find safe swimming conditions at the beautiful beaches of Fort Lauderdale.
Is Las Olas beach open?
Las Olas Beach is open 24 hours a day throughout the year.
What are the beach conditions in Fort Lauderdale?
NE winds 10 to 15 kt. Seas 3 to 5 ft. Scattered showers.
Are the beaches open in Florida right now?
The beaches are open.
Is it high tide right now in Fort Lauderdale?
Next high tide is 10:25 am. Next low tide is 4:37 pm. Sunset today is 5:29 PM.
How warm is the water in Fort Lauderdale right now?
77°F. Today water temperature in Fort Lauderdale is 77.5°F.
Why is the water brown in Fort Lauderdale?
“The water in the soil becomes rich with tannins and seeps into the ground water or drains into lakes and streams.”
What is the nicest beach in Fort Lauderdale?
Lauderdale-By-the-Sea Beach. Central Beach. Sebastian Street Beach. Las Olas Beach. Fort Lauderdale Jetties. Loggerhead Park Beach. Vista Park. Earl Lifshey Ocean Park Beach.