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There are about a hundred miles of beautiful sandy beaches stretching from the northern border of Palm Beach County to the southernmost point of Broward County. But there are few true public beaches on the Intracoastal Waterway. You won't find signs pointing your way in to this secluded, locals-only spot. The small city park meets up with a bend in the Intracoastal that flows with crystal-clear water from the inlet nearby. Here, you can swim without waves, launch kayaks or paddleboards from the beach, or sit and watch the parade of boats head out toward the ocean.