One of the most popular activities in Florida is going to the beach and, unless you are a local, you might not know about the hidden jewels that we have in South Florida. We’re here to give you a list of the Top 5 Beaches in our area. If you get a chance to visit one, make sure to let us know what you think!
1. Hobe Sound Beach
Looking for an uncrowded piece of paradise? The Hobe Sound Beach is your answer. This beach is never filled with the touristy type and you can definitely enjoy some great sunbathing in peace and quiet!
2. Dubois Park
Dubois Park is an amazing place filled with crystal clear water, picnic tables, and even a lagoon area perfect for children or snorkeling.
3. Juno Beach (pier)
If you’re looking for a popular place to catch sun rays, Juno Beach Pier is the place to be. In addition to the Pier, great waves for surfing, and an awesome beach line, you also have Hogan’s Snowball Shack right across the street in the Shell gas station. Try a Charlie Sheen’s Tiger Blood Snowball and thank us later.
4. Ocean Reef Park
Looking to snorkel? You have to check out Ocean Reef Park. Located at the Southernmost point of Singer Island, Florida, Ocean Reef Park offers a natural reef with a variety of marine life.
5. Peanut Island
Okay, so we cheated on this one since Peanut Island isn’t technically a beach. However, it is definitely worth a trip to visit because its a unique place to hang out by the water. The island is located in the Lake Worth Lagoon just west of the Palm Beach Inlet. Peanut Island features tiki huts,a lagoon area, a sandbar, a boardwalk, and a neat nature walk. So, jump on your boat or rent one for the day and get down to this great tropical paradise!