Town of Ocean Ridge
6450 North Ocean Blvd.
Ocean Ridge, FL 33435

www.oceanridgeflorida.com


Proudly serving the residents of Ocean Ridge for 86 years

The Mission of the Town of Ocean Ridge is to create and maintain a beautifully landscaped, diverse seaside community built around the family and civic pride, state of the art public services and infrastructure that enhances the natural beauty of our Town.

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Parks

There are several parks within the Town of Ocean Ridge.  These parks are owned and operated by entities other than the Town. Additional information about the parks is located at the Palm Beach County Parks & Recreation Department and Palm Beach County Department of Environmental Resource Management websites.

For information about Florida's beaches, please see visit Florida Department of Environmental Protection's Coastal Access Guide.


Boynton Beach Oceanfront Park (Public Beach)
Entrance:
6415 N. Ocean Blvd. (A1A) about ½ mile north of Ocean Avenue.
Note: There is a fee for parking at this location.  Purchase beach decals at Boynton Beach City Hall. Contact Boynton Beach City Hall: 561-742-6000 for more information on how to obtain a park pass.
Hours: sunrise - 9:00PM
Acres: 12 acres
Facilities:
Lifeguards on duty from 9:00AM-5:00PM 7 days a week. Sand Dollar café, rental of beach chairs, umbrellas, and beach toys available. BBQ grills, benches, bike rack, showers, drinking fountain, pavilions, picnic tables, playground, restrooms, volleyball court.
Contact Information: beach conditions 561-742-6775, beach headquarters 561-742-6565
Sea turtle nesting season is April 1—October 31. Disturbing a sea turtle nest is a violation of state and federal laws.                                                        

Ocean Inlet Park
Entrance:
6990 N. Ocean Blvd., Ocean Ridge, FL 33435
Hours: sunrise-sunset (Inlet Fishing 24 Hours)
Acres: 11.39 acres
Facilities: Intracoastal Waterway frontage (1100 feet); guarded beach frontage (600 feet); jetty, marine, rental boat slips; playground, ocean overlook, seating pavilion; snack bar, family picnic shelters; single table picnic area with grills; restroom facilities, outdoor showers, parking.
Contact Information: Beach conditions information 561-276-3990, Boat slip rental 561-966-6646, General park information 561-966-6600, For emergencies 9-1-1, For non-emergencies call PBSO 561-688-3000.

Ocean Ridge Hammock Park
Entrance:
6620 North Ocean Blvd., Ocean Ridge, FL 33435
Hours: sunrise-sunset
Acres: 8.54 acres
Facilities: unguarded beach frontage, fishing (salt water), no on-site restroom facilities, outdoor shower, parking
Contact Information:
beach conditions: 561-276-3990, general park information 561-966-6600
Sea turtle nesting season is April 1—October 31. Disturbing a sea turtle nest is a violation of state and federal laws. 

Ocean Ridge Natural Area
Entrance
: access to Natural Area by boat, walking, or biking
Hours: Sunrise-Sunset, including holidays.
There are no toilets or drinking water on site.
Prohibited: smoking, hunting, firearms, feeding wildlife, alcoholic beverages, pets or domestic animals, bicycles or motor vehicles, collecting plants or animals.
There is no parking area.  Access to Ocean Ridge Natural Area is by boat, walking, or biking.
Acres: 12.53 acres
Ocean Ridge Natural Area Trail Guide