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This new publication is an analysis of the federal, state, and local government law associated with the practice of navigating on the waters of the state of Florida.
Note: Click on sections within the Table of Contents to quickly get to desired section.
Includes conclusions and recommendations based upon the results of a beach user survey completed in the summer of 2014.
Summmaries of beach access and management controversies throughout Florida outline "lessons learned" for coastal communities.
Kids at the Brenham Community Center in Texas completed a research project about water conservation. In addition to floridawateraccess.org, students found another web page titled, Water Conservation & The Possibilities very useful in their research and wanted to share it with others who may be interested in this educational tool.
There are many ways to access Florida’s waterfronts and waterways. This website provides information about rights and responsibilities related to the three main types of water access in Florida. Choose a type of access to get started!
Beach access resources for public beach users, beachfront property owners, and government and public entities.
Information about access to coastal and inland waterways by boat or vessel.
Access resources for commercial waterfronts including marinas, fishing operations, boat construction facilities, and more.