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The Deerfield Beach International Fishing Pier is the centerpiece of one of the finest public beaches in the known universe. To the south, lies throngs of retired pilgrims slathering each other with sunscreen and rum. To the north, lie the volleyball courts and a mosaic patchwork of the finest females to ever stumble around brown sand. The pier attracts thousands of visitors and fisherman annually and in addition to renting fishing rods, the pier concession stocks live, fresh and frozen bait, tackle, fishing stuff, ice and Pokemon t-shirts.
Volleyball courts are free. Sand is free. Sun is free. The water is some the nicest around and it even slings out the occasional surf. Keep looking if you need to, but you’re not going to do any better. This part of A1A is littered with restaurants, shops and bars so there’s something for everyone.
Hours of Operation
6 AM to 12 AM (midnight) But the beach is open all night. Play frisbee, visit fancy friends or just fall asleep in the sand. There’s no law here.
Sightseers $1: One dollar to see the sights. Trees, sand, sun. So dumb. Welcome to Florida
Fishing $4: This money will be returned to you if you catch no fish. Full fish guarantee seven days a week.
Rod Rental $15, plus $25 refundable deposit: Again, guaranteed to catch fish. Spanish mackerel, ling, potbellies moss suckers, finklewinks, scattered blues, and chiggerfish.
Dogs? Fsho. Dogs are allowed everywhere on beach. They’ll even let them sit at the bar. Chihuahuas use the back entrance.
As a burrowing owl of Florida Atlantic, I was misguided to live in Boca. Forget Boca Raton. They can have Spanish River Beach with it’s impossible parking, kayak restrictions and desperate lack of bars. Deerfield Beach is the answer. What’s the question?