Offshore barge activity from May 23, 2022 for approx. 6-8 weeks. No impact to City of Boca Raton beaches. Palm Beach County’s South Inlet Park will have restricted access in a limited area. View complete details on the Municipal Projects webpage.
Boca Raton’s coast is known for its most priceless treasure: a two mile stretch of lifeguard protected beaches. This pristine beach area, isolated and serene, provides recreational use for the thousands who wish to spend time at the ocean or enjoying the various sand dunes spotted with sea oats and sea grapes.
Lifeguards staff the beach 7 days a week, year-round, from 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM Eastern Standard Time and from 9:00 AM to 6:30 PM Daylight Standard Time.
For those wanting to watch the waves “live” before heading to the beach area, a high-resolution, time-lapse system webcam is located at South Beach Park Pavilion (East Palmetto Park Road and A1A). View the footage HERE. Information is provided regarding beach conditions, water temperatures and weather reports via weather station WS1080, with updates every few minutes.
Beach mats are located at the middle tunnel of Spanish River and the boardwalk at South Beach Pavilion and can be used in a multitude of applications for individuals of all abilities, including pedestrians and wheelchairs. The approved mat placement is a straight length from the boardwalk or tunnel to the beach. These mats will be accessible all year long.
For physically challenged beachgoers, beach wheel chairs are available. Please speak to a Gate Attendant upon arrival.
Use the links on this page to find more information about the beachfront parks.
2021-2022 Beach Permits are AVAILABLE NOW for purchase at City Community Centers!
- Boca Raton Community Center
- Monday - Friday 8am-9pm; Saturday 8am-5pm
- Sugar Sand Park Community Center
- Monday - Friday 8am-10pm; Saturday 8am-5pm; Sunday 10am-5pm
- Swim Center(starting Nov. 1)
- Monday - Thursday 7:30am-9pm; Friday 7:30am-7pm; Saturday & Sunday 7:30am-5pm