There are two miles of public beachfront, and together the Atlantic Dunes Park and Delray Municipal Beach attract approximately one million visitors a year.
Designated as a Blue Wave Beach from the Clean Beaches Council for its clean and well-managed beach, the City of Delray Beach contracts with a beach cleaning service and cabana rental company ensuring year-round enjoyment for residents and visitors.
Overseeing public safety at the municipal beach and Atlantic Dunes Park, the Ocean Rescue team has received numerous awards for their professional achievement from the USLA, Florida Beach Patrol Chiefs Association and Emergency Medicine Foundation.
Delray Beach Ocean Conditions
For information on beach conditions, call (561) 27-BEACH or visit the City of Delray Beach's Beach Conditions page here to view a live picture of the beach from the beach-cam located on top the lifeguard tower at the south end of the beach.
Getting to the Beach
From Florida's Turnpike:
Exit at Delray Beach/Atlantic Ave. - Eastbound
Proceed East on Atlantic Avenue. Continue on Atlantic Avenue until you reach A1A( Locally- S. Ocean Blvd / N. Ocean Blvd.) which runs directly parallel to the beach.
Take Exit #52/Atlantic Ave. - Eastbound
Turn East onto Atlantic Avenue. Continue on Atlantic Avenue until you reach A1A (Locally- S. Ocean Blvd. / N. Ocean Blvd.) which runs directly parallel to the beach.
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