Hallandale Beach Parks offer lush tropical scenery, public athletic facilities, playgrounds, community centers, and a world class beach. From bocce courts to the historic village, there is something for everyone at the parks in Hallandale Beach! Check out our parks!
Information on parking at our beach and parks is available here.
Information on our Off Leash Dog Areas is available here.
Aquatics/ Beach Safety
BF James Pool is open daily and provides opportunities for open swim, lap swim, and aquatic programs. Our pool is also available for rental before and after regular pool hours, you'll have a great time splashing around! More information is available here.
Our professional Red Cross Certified Instructors make learning to swim fun! Our well balanced program teaches swimming skills and water safety in a fun, safe environment. We have swimming and water safety programs for everyone - from infants through adults, enroll in a class today!
The Beach Safety Division of the Parks, Recreation and Open Spaces Department is committed to helping you have a safe and enjoyable visit to our Beach. Beach Rescue supervises all .82 miles of public beach in the City of Hallandale Beach. There are four (4) year-round permanent lifeguard towers manned by full and part time lifeguards responsible for ensuring Beach Safety. All of our lifeguards are EMTs and our agency is certified by the United States Lifesaving Agency (USLA). More information is available here.
Hallandale Beach City Marina offers annual and transient boat dockage as well as pump out facilities to the boaters in the Hallandale Beach area. The secure facility is adjacent to the Three Islands Fire Station and is the most southern dockage and pump out facility in Broward County. We are currently accepting waitlist applicants. More information is available here.
Heritage and Historic Sites
The City of Hallandale Beach is proud to be home to four heritage sites and one historic site. View our sites!
Sargassum is a type of brown seaweed that is washing up on beaches in Florida. Information on Sargassum Seaweed and it's impact on our beaches is available here.