According to Florida tourism officials, Hurricane Sandy’s impact on Florida’s beaches extends beyond beach erosion. Fewer tourists are expected at the state’s beaches means a dampened tourism season.
South Florida beachgoers are being told to stay out of the water due to dangerous rip currents as Hurricane Sandy moves north.
Rescuers are struggling to help a pod of pilot whales that beached at a South Florida state park.
Miami Beach may be famous, but it didn’t take the top spot. Ft. Lauderdale may be “where the boys are”, but it didn’t get a mention. Now, if you want the top beach in the nation, you have to hop a jet to San Diego, where Coronado Beach tops Dr. Beach’s list for 2012, but South Florida has a beach in the Top 10.
Some of the best family beaches in South Florida are North Hollywood Beach Park, Dania Beach Ocean Park, Crandon Park Beach, Matheson Hammock Park Beach and John U. LLoyd Beach State Park.
Before hitting the beach and baring it all, take care of any unwanted body hair by visiting a Miami waxing salon.
There’s a water warning for South Florida beachgoers; beware of stinging jellyfish which have arrived in near record numbers to our tourist packed shorelines.
Forget about oil spills and algae blooms, three Florida beaches were named Friday by “Dr. Beach” to his Top 10 list of 2011 including one in South Florida.
Lifeguards continue to warn beachgoers to stay away from what some are calling the largest invasion of Portuguese Man-of-War in decades.