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Florida beaches - which ones are open

Sanderling

Member
In my area Daytona Beach and New Smyrna Beach are open, but vehicle ramps are closed. Not a lot of people on the beach so parking off beach may not be an issue. St. Augustine Beach is open, but like Daytona and New Smyrna, the vehicle ramps are closed as are public parking lots so parking could be an issue there, Jacksonville Beach is closed and patrolled. People going on the beach there are considered to be trespassers.

Surfline.com has live camera feeds for many of Florida’s beaches.
 

LawrencetheMDer

Active member
All Florida state park beaches are closed. On west coast - Clearwater beach is closed, Honeymoon island and northern beaches (Howard park) are closed. I believe Sarasota beaches (longboat, ledo, siesta key) are closed. Boat ramps remain open at several locations.
 

Sanderling

Member
Thanks for the Florida west coast update Lawrence. Volusia County beaches still open as noted above. Flagler Beach closed as of Monday 3/23.
 
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