Anglin's Fishing Pier - 4 Things to Know Before Visiting
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About Anglin's Fishing Pier
Anglin's Fishing Pier, is a perfect spot for anyone looking to enjoy a day out on the water. With access to the Atlantic Ocean—as well as plenty of freshwater lakes and lagoons—it offers opportunities to reel in everything from tarpon to sailfish. Beyond fishing, Anglin's has something for everyone: the pier itself stretches 1000 feet into the ocean and features nighttime lighting, a beach-style bar with live music most nights during high season, and even a restaurant with coastal favorites.
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Attractions Near Anglin's Fishing Pier
0.05km from Anglin's Fishing Pier
Lauderdale-by-the-Sea Beach is a popular vacation destination for many who are looking for stunning beaches, breathtaking views, and fun activities. From snorkeling among coral reefs to beach volleyball and renting a kayak or boat, there is something for everyone at Lauderdale-by-the-Sea Beach. The shoreline remains largely untouched and pristine, making it ideal for sunbathing and swimming. Boasting magnificent wildlife and rare creatures including manta rays and nurse sharks.
Hugh Taylor Birch State Park
5.71km from Anglin's Fishing Pier
Among the wildlife of the park are the gopher tortoise, eastern indigo snake, butterflies, and turtles. Visitors also can see gray squirrels, marsh rabbits, and opossums, as well as more than 200 species of wading birds, hawks, and ducks. Recreational activities include canoeing, bicycling, fishing, swimming, Segway tours and group camping. Visitors can also enjoy inline skating, hiking, picnicing, and wildlife viewing.
North Fort Lauderdale Beach Boulevard
5.84km from Anglin's Fishing Pier
North Fort Lauderdale Beach Boulevard in Broward County, is a vibrant coastal area with plenty to see and do. The beach itself is a stunning stretch of white sand surrounded by crystal blue waters. It's the perfect spot for beachgoes who want to lounge around or get active with some of the activities offered such as swimming, kayaking, and snorkeling. After soaking in some sun, visitors can explore some of the local shops and restaurants that line North Fort Lauderdale Beach Boulevard.
Bonnet House Museum & Gardens
6.14km from Anglin's Fishing Pier
A historic home in Fort Lauderdale. The property was originally acquired in 1895 by Hugh Taylor Birch, a successful Chicago lawyer, and given to his daughter Helen and her husband, artist Frederic Clay Bartlett, as a wedding gift in 1919. The principal buildings include; the main house, an art studio, a music studio and a guest house. They are all of vernacular architecture, designed by Bartlett. The estate is 35.4 acres (14.3 ha). It includes 100 feet (30 m) of beach.
Sample-McDougald House Preservation Society
6.18km from Anglin's Fishing Pier
The Sample-McDougald House Preservation Society is a dedicated organization that works to maintain the unique local history of Broward County, Florida. Founded in 1985, their mission is to preserve and protect culturally significant properties, including the historic Sample-McDougald House - one of the area’s oldest and grandest residences. This 1885 Queen Anne style house stands as a testament to the preservation efforts of the society’s members.
Fort Lauderdale Beach
6.19km from Anglin's Fishing Pier
Fort Lauderdale Beach is the perfect spot for vacationers looking for sun and sand. Located between Boca Raton and Miami Beach, this stretch of coastline offers an abundance of activities to enjoy. With its convenient location next to Port Everglades, visitors can take advantage of a day trip to the Caribbean or explore one of over 30 dive sites nearby. Boating enthusiasts will find numerous charter cruises available from Fort Lauderdale.
Discover More Attractions in Broward County, Home of Anglin's Fishing Pier
Broward County is one of the three counties in South Florida that make up the Miami metropolitan area. Broward County's urbanized area occupies 427.8 square miles of land. The largest portion of the county is the Conservation Area that extends west to border Collier County. The conservation area is 796.9 square miles and consists of wetlands, much of which are part of the Everglades National Park.