As of May 18, all public, municipal and private beaches, including all beach parks, are authorized to reopen from sunrise to sunset. Beach-goers shall follow CDC guidelines by limiting gatherings to no more than 10 people and distancing themselves from other parties by 6 feet. Beach concessions (including but not limited to chair, umbrella and cabana services) may operate following CDC guidelines related to social distancing and sanitation.
Lantana Municipal Beach: lifeguard, parking (156 parking spaces at $1.50/hour, 42 spaces free for residents with sticker), Dune Deck Café open 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. (open 7 a.m. weekends)
Ocean Inlet Park (county): lifeguard, free parking (218 spaces), fishing (keep 10' apart)
Hammock Park (county): no lifeguard, free parking (29 spaces)
Boynton Beach Oceanfront Park: open sunrise to 9 p.m., lifeguards 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., parking $5 weekdays and $10 weekends and holidays, pavilions and playground equipment closed, Turtle Café open 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Gulfstream Park (county): lifeguard, free parking (92 spaces)
Delray Beach (municipal beach and Atlantic Dunes Park): open 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.; lifeguards; beach activity is limited to walking, jogging and swimming; no surfing, sunbathing, volleyball, group activities, congregating, chairs, tents, umbrellas or cabana rentals allowed; pavilion and restrooms closed; parking meters ($1.50/hour, 4-hour limit) along A1A, free parking (60 spaces) at Atlantic Dunes, free resident parking (82 spaces) at Anchor Park, no beach parking permitted in beach area neighborhoods
Boca Raton (Spanish River Park, Red Reef Park, South Beach Park and Pavilion): open sunrise to sunset but parking lots, restrooms, playgrounds and picnic pavilions remain closed; activities are not restricted but swim at your own risk; no lifeguards; parking meters on Palmetto Park Road and Spanish River Boulevard
South Inlet Park (county): closed