When you visit the beach you need to know about the hazards you may face. But staying aware and alert is what will keep you safe in the dynamic conditions on every beach.
We want your visit to this shore and ANY shore to always be safe and positive.
Information on beach and coastal hazards for inland lakes and our oceans impacted by weather, waves, rip currents and more.
Make Ocean Positive choices from the Grocery to Dining Out.
Play, Training or Sport - For any ocean athletes hitting the water to know THAT favorite spot.
Known for its family-friendly charm, Melbourne & The Beaches are located in the Southern part of Florida’s Space Coast. Melbourne, also known as The Harbor City, offers a plethora of things to do for people of all ages. There is a world of true Florida appeal with beaches, nature and recreation, art and culture, upscale dining and boutique shopping awaiting you.
Melbourne offers activities for everyone in the family. Spend sunny days beachside or on the water by jet ski or boat. Sign up for surf lessons or take an adventurous ride on a guided nature kayak tour, easily allowing you to connect to wildlife and the environment. Get in touch with your artistic side and visit a local museum or theatre show and experience the culture of Melbourne, Florida first hand. Whether you’re planning a girls’ weekend, romantic getaway, or family vacation, this destination has a lot to offer.
CORPUS CHRISTI & PADRE ISLAND BEACHES
Corpus Christi's beautiful beaches are the heart and soul of the Gulf Coast Capital. With so many beaches, ranging from calm waters to the best surfing destinations, plenty of opportunities await with something for everyone. Between the Gulf of Mexico and the Corpus Christi Bay, more than 100 miles of sandy shores provide a variety of options when it comes to choosing the right beach for your trip.
Ocean beaches in Strathmere to the back bay beaches at Beesley's Point. South Jersey's best kept secret for sand, surf and water escapes.
The shores and coastal waters at this park provide an abundance of recreational opportunities.
The breathtakingly beautiful half-mile beach welcomes visitors for swimming, snorkeling, surfing and scuba diving. Beachcombing, picnicking or just relaxing on the sand are also popular activities.
Dynamite Point was once the training site for World War II Navy Frogmen but is now a haven for bird-watchers.
Along the south end of the park,
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We want to keep everyone safe at at their favorite shores whether it's a vacation spot or home. Tell us about your experiences on your shore, coastline or beach to help us do more.
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