Lummus Beach is where models go and pose for fashion magazine photo shoots, thus the nickname 'Glitter Beach', and where, because of the European influence on South Beach, topless sunbathing is tolerated. So pull up a beach towel, plant yourself down on the sand, and enjoy the view of one of Florida'a Top Beaches.
Some truly remarkable things about Lummus Park and its beaches are its lifeguard stands. Large and colorful, they are easy to spot. Wave to them as you pass and feel a little safer knowing that they're there as you wander out to the sand bar where you can literally lie down and get some sun during certain times of the day. Sorry, surfers, this isn't the beach for you. With low waves, it wouldn't make for much surfing--and just as well with all the people in the water.
Possible activities to do during your visit to Lummus Park: sit back and relax on one of the many benches provided, ride a rented bike, skate, or jog along the paths provided. Sometimes you'll find street vendors selling various things such as hand woven baskets, T-shirts, sunglasses, beach necessities and such.
Showers and restrooms are available and metered parking is provided along Ocean Drive.
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