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Phil Foster Park, Riviera Beach

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  • So this may be a great park to some, but it wasn't a great park for my family. We were looking for some snorkeling in the area and this park had good reviews. Overall...this park is pretty disgusting....  more »
  • Although you can only dive at High Tide (plus and minus about an hour), it is well-worth the scheduling difficulty. Lots of interesting and unusual critters, easy diving, and free! Definitely use a hi...  more »
  • This is a must do dive if you are a diver or snorkeler and in the area. I did two there this past weekend and can't wait to go back!  more »
  • Really cool park with underwater sculpture park! We anchored here for a few days and enjoyed their park with our dogs. They also have a lovely beach (not dog friendly) and has a good view of Peanut Island and LOTS of boats. The anchorage can get a bit rocky because of boat traffic & just as precaution, I would lock dinghies at the dock if leaving for an extended amount of time.
  • The man made snorkel trail is so cool. I love snorkeling and this is one of my favorite spots. You can also rent a kayak or paddle board in the same parking lot. Just make sure you get there early cause parking gets full
  • Family friendly. Strong currents in places but still fun to snorkel. Can get quite crowded!
  • Hands down my favorite snorkeling Beach... You can get to Great snorkeling in just 10 feet of water right off of the Little Beach. The parking lot is right next to the sand so you can park and be in the water in one minute flat. They have an artificial Reef sunk as a snorkeling Trail... And some statues of some hammerhead sharks and a couple of sunken boats to look at . Snorkelling at an incoming high tide usually greets you with water Clarity like a swimming pool. And at high tide there is no current of any kind... Even children we'll enjoy snorkeling here as you start to see fish in 18 inches of water... Even a child that cannot swim can just stand in Waist Deep Water and stick their face down to look at all the fish... But if you put floatation on the child you can simply drag them out over the roof with you
  • homeless laying around. Been that way for years though. Cool place.