For a small Town, Lauderdale-By-The-Sea offers a variety of opportunities for residents and children to enjoy the beach and numerous other outdoor activities. 

The Town's most-cherished resource is a living coral reef teeming with colorful marine life within 100 yards of the beach. The Town’s coral reefs are extremely popular with local snorkelers and beach divers from all across South Florida. 

A day at the beach can be fun, relaxing and enjoyable. The Town has six portals at six of its seven beach entranceways [Pine, Washingtonia, El Prado, Datura, Hibiscus and Palm avenues), as well as a pavilion at Commercial Boulevard. 

Anglin’s Pier: One of only four piers in Broward County, Anglin’s Pier offers tourists and anglers a prime spot to view the ocean and catch fish. The pier, which is privately owned, is located at Commercial Boulevard and the ocean. 

El Prado Park: This is the Town's most popular beachfront park, with parking located just across El Mar Drive. El Prado Park is located at 4500 El Mar Drive, just east of Town Hall.  

Friedt Family Park: This facility is on Bougainvillea Drive behind Town Hall at 4501 Ocean Drive. In addition to a playground, residents can play tennis, shuffleboard, bocci or basketball.

Washingtonia Park: Built with a grant from Broward County, Washingtonia Park and the Laura Ward Portal is on the ocean at Washingtonia Avenue.  

Little League: The Town is part of the Coral Ridge Little League Baseball District.  

Tennis Courts: Keys to the Town’s new Tennis Courts are available to Town residents at Town Hall.

Shuffleboard: A key to the Town’s shuffleboard court can be obtained at Town Hall. There is no fee.

For more information, please call Town Hall at 954-640-4200.

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