As the Foundation is closely monitoring COVID-19, at sunset on Sunday, March 22, North Beach will be completely shut down. This means that there will be no beach operations, no restrooms and no tram service. South Beach operations will be closed as of March 31st but restrooms will remain open.
Members still may walk on either beach and we recommend staying 6-feet away from others.
Stretching nearly three miles along the community’s entire western boundary, Pelican Bay’s pristine, private beaches are maintained by an energetic staff. From 9 a.m. to sunset, attendants are happy to set up lounge chairs, umbrellas and cabanas, as well as assist members with sailboats, kayaks and other equipment. All beaches feature indoor/outdoor dining, with full-service bar and beach take-out options, as well as fitness classes, shower and restroom facilities, handicap ramps and beach wheelchairs.
In order to preserve the area’s natural beauty, beaches can only be accessed by the Pelican Bay tram system or a boardwalk stroll through the mangroves. There are two access points: North Beach and South Beach.
A popular site for morning walks, dolphin watching, shelling and more, North Beach offers a relaxed pace. Sea kayaks are available, as well as a slate of unique exercise classes.
Ideal for active families, South Beach offers volleyball, sailboats, sea kayaks, and more. Enjoy a quick bite to eat at the Beach Take-Out, or dine at the family-friendly Sandbar Restaurant (open seasonally).
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