Mid-Town Municipal Beach
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doug100worth
Palm Beach, FL923 contributions
Waves keep pounding up and beach keeps washing out. It ain't what it used to be. Dale used to walk from Worth Avenue to the Breakers Hotel. No more. We live at the corner of Worth Avenue at the beach and walk up the road every day.
Written January 26, 2020
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Steve Bielmeier
Saint Paul, MN92 contributions
My wife and I had a great time at the beach. It was plenty warm and the water was actually quite enjoyable for a late February day. It was busy with people surfing & swimming and plenty of area to lay out on the beach. The worst part was the parking, which ended up being $5/hour.
Written March 3, 2020
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Purely Palm B
Palm Beach, FL73 contributions
Family
I love Palm Beach and grew up here barefoot on the beach. However, if you don't live here with a home to walk to for lunch you will be sorely disappointed. There are neither restaurants nor restrooms so if you have children you will be very frustrated. For more "family" fun head south a couple of bridges to the Lake Worth Bridge and go to their beaches where you will find very fun restaurants, live music, restrooms, showers to wash off the sand, and little ocean shopping boutiques. Parking is abundant.
Written February 2, 2017
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sebring4444
Altoona, PA22 contributions
The beach is narrow with few parking spots. A couple streets away are signs showing free parking with an arrow pointing down the side streets. But be aware, they only apply to about 2 spots, when another mini sign says "permit parking" with another arrow pointing the rest of the way down the street. So basically, its gonna cost you about $15 in parking to visit this beach. My opinion is just to skip this one, and let the meter maids flirt with the lifeguards.
Written March 10, 2020
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Miles Lerner
Northport, NY223 contributions
Family
Mid-town municipal beach is wonderful. The sand is surprisingly soft, even more so than some Caribbean beaches I have gone to. The water is clear-ish...with a nice sandbar during low tide. During sunrise and sunset, you can see fish. Speaking of marine wildlife, I don't know when the beach closes but DONT GO IN THE WATER PAST FIVE. That's when the sharks (10,000 of them in December) come out to feed. One way to tell when to get out (if you don't have a watch) is to look at the seagulls in the distance. When they all begin to land on the water and flock, that means the fish are out, to also feed. The seagulls aren't the only things trying to catch the fish. I have even seen sharks jump out of the water last year, plucking seagulls out of the sky (at the breakers). I'm not a shark expert but they're not great whites or hammerheads. They're blacktip (which are still dangerous) and spinners, with the small chance of seeing a tiger shark or bull shark. There tend not to be a lot of people during some days, so watch out for nude topless people....because we saw a couple.
Written April 9, 2018
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TheFloridaAdvisor
Winter Haven, FL713 contributions
Couples
The beach had so much seaweed it was really disgusting. It was difficult to find the entrance.
The parking was $5 per hour.
Yes, there's free parking on the northernmost side street but seriously the beach is quite a walk from there and not much better than other beaches.
Written March 16, 2017
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SavyTraveling
Chicago174 contributions
Friends
The Mid-town beach in Palm Springs is well maintained and quite accessible. There's street parking right along opposite it and just be sure to enter your license-plate particulars when you feed the machine [payment boxes spaced along the sidewalk]. There aren't any public services, restaurants, bars, etc., on the beach, so, bring your own.
Written December 16, 2017
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Justin W
Highland, MI674 contributions
great sandy beach, clean and easy to access. Parking is a pain. Bring your own beverages, beach chairs and umbrellas as city does not allow local vendors to do so.
Written September 24, 2017
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LUCKY J
Orlando, FL725 contributions
Couples
Mid-Town Municipal Beach is a typical Florida beach located on the Atlantic Ocean. The problem with this beach is that parking is a hassle and the town does not allow vendors to set beach chairs and umbrellas ( you must bring your own ). Jolly Chris.
Written August 10, 2017
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rockhound94
Palm Beach, FL319 contributions
Couples
This beach is in mid-town Palm Beach. It stretches from the Breakers Hotel & Resort and continues south to just south of Worth Avenue. It has lifeguard stations and public restrooms. After strong Northeast winds there might be some erosion but that's nature. Parking is by meter and expensive. Most streets west of the beach are restricted to residents of those streets. and they have permits. There is an aggressive parking control unit within the Police Dept.
Written March 11, 2017
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