Palm Beach County Chapter


Support the Chapter

It is only through our supporters that the Surfrider Foundation can fight the battles that face our oceans, waves and beaches. Donate, join, or renew your membership to help the Surfrider Foundation confront water pollution, beach access, beach loss and other serious concerns facing your beach.

Do you prefer the old school method of donating?

No problem! Make the check out to Surfrider Foundation Palm Beach County, and send to the following address:
(Don’t forget to write “donation” on the memo line.)

Surfrider Foundation Palm Beach County
P.O. Box 3607 | Lantana, Florida 33465

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Position Statement on Beach Access

Florida’s beaches have long been preserved by the State of Florida as property “held in trust for the recreational use of the public”.  Florida law states that the public has the right to freely use all beaches “below mean high water”.  Interpretation of “below mean high water” has been controversial over the years.  In some [...]

Beach Access in the Town of Palm Beach

Public beach access in the Town of Palm Beach includes two types of property.  Public access easements or pathways, and public lands east of “Mean High Water” on the shoreline.  The beach below mean high water is set aside by the State of Florida for the recreational use of the public. Dedicated pathways have included [...]

International Surfing Day 2021 (ISD)

Event Details: WHEN: Saturday, JUNE 19th WHERE: Ocean Cay Park, Juno Beach TIME: 9am WHAT: Beach clean up, surf lessons, live music & raffle! Every day, the Surfrider Foundation and our network of volunteer activist’s work to protect our coasts. On International Surfing Day, we come together and take a moment to celebrate the waves [...]