It is almost that time of the year when everyone gathers for one of the summer’s biggest holidays. The Fourth of July is a day to celebrate the independence of our great country and spend some time out in the sun before joining together for a dazzling display of fireworks.

St. Augustine enjoys celebrating the 4th in style, so to help you make the most of your time with Beacher’s Lodge, we’ve created a guide to some of the fun things to do for the holiday.

St. Augustine has a multitude of sights to see, and the St. Augustine Sightseeing Tours is the perfect way to pick and choose where you want to go, and when! Hop on and off at any of 23 stops, from the Fountain of Youth to the Plaza de la Constitucion to the Colonial Quarter. As part of the Fountain of Youth package, you’ll also receive admission to the Old Jail, Oldest Store Museum, the St. Augustine History Museum, and of course, the Fountain of Youth. Trolley tickets are valid for two consecutive days, so if you can’t fit everything into one day, don’t fret – you can always come back the next day.

On the day of the 4th, if you’re looking for some time outside of St. Augustine, visit Palm Coast to attend the Choral Arts Society show. The show will be an hour and a half long, filled with patriotic tunes. The show is entirely free, though donations will go towards the benefit of art and music students in the form of scholarships.

If parades are more your style, check out the Fabulous Fourth Festival on the A1A Highway at Flagler Beach. Running from 10 am to noon, the parade will be filled with floats and entertainment, including the handing out of candy if you have any little ones with you, or just want to treat yourself.

Back in St. Augustine, fireworks will be held at 9:30 pm, at 1 South Castillo Drive. Prior to the fireworks, there will be an orchestra entertaining from 6 to 8 pm at the Plaza de la Constitucion, playing a mix of swing and Americana tunes! The bridge will be closed to vehicular traffic, but there will be a free Park & Ride shuttle on Anastasia Blvd. From 6:00 p.m. until midnight from three parking locations along Anastasia Blvd. in St. Augustine Beach. The shuttle will pick up at these locations: Anastasia Baptist Church (1650 A1A South), St. Augustine Amphitheatre (1340-C A1A South) and R.B. Hunt Elementary School (125 Magnolia Dr.). For more information, click here.

If being a little further from the action is more your style, the St. Augustine Lighthouse and Museum will allow for a view of the fireworks from almost 170 feet in the air! The cost is $40 for adults and $35 for children under 12. Move quickly, there are just a few tickets left!

No matter what you choose to do, spending your Independence Day in and around the Nation’s oldest city is sure to give you a wonderful patriotic experience!

Father’s Day is quickly approaching, and some of us are not sure what we should do for dad on his special day. Should you get him a tie, or a weekend at the beach grilling steaks in the BBQ area at Beacher’s Lodge?

Naturally we think a weekend getaway for dad is much better than a tie and we bet dad will agree. Not only can he grill his favorite BBQ burgers or steaks, but there’s lots to do with dad in the  Crescent beach area.

Just south of St. Augustine, Crescent Beach boasts some of the best sun and sand that you can find. Gorgeous beaches are surrounded by history and top-rated restaurants, making this the perfect place to spend a day with Dad.

Fort Matanzas National Monument

An excellent place to start the day would be at Fort Matanzas National Monument. Consisting of a fort that has been standing since 1740, as well as 100 acres of salt marsh and barrier islands, this national monument stands as a symbol of protection. The history of Coastal Florida is filled with major conflicts as everyone sought to control the New World, and this Fort is part of what is left of that history. The fort today serves to protect the barrier islands and the plants and animals that have lived there for hundreds of years.

Kite Surfing

Also on Matanzas Inlet, there are long stretches of beach prime for kitesurfing, something that can be arranged with help from Kiteboarding Florida. Whether you want to stay on Matanzas or take a short trip to somewhere like Porpoise Point, they will help you organize the outing by pointing you in the right direction.

South Beach Grill

A morning of kitesurfing is sure to work up an appetite, and South Beach Grill is one of the top-rated restaurants in Crescent Beach. With a variety of menu options from vegan to gluten-free, burgers to tacos, healthy bowls to fried gator tail, there is surely something on the menu to please any palate.

Moses Creek Conservation Area

To work off your delicious lunch, take dad on a trip to the Moses Creek Conservation area, and walk along a variety of trails, or explore the bluffs within the area. Moses Creek is a wonderful place to picnic, fish, and take a glimpse of the wildlife around you.

Head back to Beacher’s Lodge to add to the comfort and ease of an exciting Crescent Beach getaway – where there’s always a wonderful selection of suites. Spend the evening on the ocean front balcony and have one of those heart to hearts with dear Ol’ Dad. Give the king of the castle the weekend he deserves, and start making memories with us at Beacher’s Lodge.

Mother’s Day has come and gone, but that doesn’t mean that the sentiment behind the holiday has to end within twenty-four hours. Whether you wanted to avoid the crazy rush the day of, or try to save your sanity in the days leading up to it, Beacher’s Lodge has all the details for a Mother’s Day Getaway.

Whether you want to have a mommies day out with your other mom friends, or you want to spend quality time just you and your mom, there’s a place that’s perfect for you. Nothing starts off the morning the right way more than a trip to the spa. Luckily, there’s quite a few options right in the St. Augustine area, each offering something different to make sure that you get what you want most.

Small Indulgences Day Spa has a wide variety of options for services, ranging from facials, to hair treatments, to massages. They even offer various different packages, from all day packages ( for those mommas that desperately need that rest and relaxation ) to a sample package that will give you the quick refresh you need before you head out the door to your next location.

If the morning at the spa works up your appetite, there are plenty of food options in the area to satisfy those cravings. Michael’s Tasting Room, considered one of the premier special occasion dining choices, has a wide variety of seasonal fish and steakhouse cuts, any of which could be followed with a classic Florida Key Lime Pie. However, if your stomach is screaming for a wonderful sandwich, The Ice Plant is the place for you. With a menu dedicated to unique flavors handcrafted from local ingredients, the farm to table cousine and cocktails are sure to hit the spot!

At the end of your St. Augustine adventure, nothing rounds out the perfect girl’s day out like a trip to the award winning San Sebastian Winery. Tours and tastings run about forty-five minutes, where the wonderful tour guides take you around the wine production facility before letting you taste the wine and see for yourself what all the buzz is about.

Once you have had a fun and exciting day in downtown St. Augustine, be sure to enjoy a glass of wine from the bottle you bought from the San Sebastian Winery as you watch the waves roll in and sing you a lullaby from your Beacher’s Lodge balcony. No matter the time of year, watching the day settle into the night is always breathtaking.

Mom getaways are the perfect way to get the rest and relaxation all moms need while staying at their home away from home. So whether you’re in the area or coming in from out of town looking for the perfect Mother’s Day weekend getaway, be sure to check out the specials on Beacher’s Lodge to find the best option for you.

Mother’s Day is fast approaching, and with it, so is the stress of finding the perfect Mother’s Day gift. It always seems to be a struggle each year – nothing advertised seems to be the right thing, nothing seems to be enough for the person who always puts themselves last, so you wait and wait hoping that the right things will come to you.

This year, there is no need for the panic, no need for the last minute shopping chaos because Beachers Lodge has you covered. With a close proximity to downtown St. Augustine, there is no shortage of excursions to plan, or places to shop.

For the Fishing Mom

If your mom is the kind to have been recently begging you to spend some quality time together, there are a multitude of options in the St. Augustine area, starting with surf fishing just a few steps from your Beachers Lodge condo. Begin with a few lessons from Noel Kuhn, or jump right into a full five hours on the beach with nothing but the sun, the sand, and your fishing rod. If time on the open sea is more her style, you can find full and half day fishing charters organized by Sea Love Charters or our favorite, the Jody Lynn. With everything provided for you, barring your mom’s favorite meal that you’ll pack to bring along, this is the perfect way to spend all your time focused on bonding.

Mom Wants Salt Therapy

Mom does so much for the family all year round. To keep her sanity during her beach vacation, why not let mom enjoy a little salt thereapy. We offer salt therapy here at the property free of charge. Let mom enjoy a relaxing evening as she sips a nice glass of wine (or whatever she chooses to quench her thirst) as she breaths in the salt air. The sunrises from our balconies can’t be beat!!! That’s one way mom can get in a little salt therapy while enjoying the view.

If mom is looking for a more formal version of Salt Therapy, we suggest taking mom to Salt Spa St. Augustine where she can enjoy a unique salt therapy experience. This spa is located in downtown St. Augustine which resembles a salt cave and features water therapy too!!! It will be an experience she will never forget.

Mom Would Love an Eco Tour

Returning a little bit closer to home, Eco Tours is a fantastic way to spend some quality time with your mom while also learning more about the local environment. From boating expeditions to kayaking adventures and sailing excursions, Eco Tours will be there to help you every step of the way. They even offer private tours, in case you feel like planning a special surprise to round out the day.

Mom the Chocolate Lover

Whetstone Chocolates, located on St. George Street, is the place to go for the best chocolates in all of St. Augustine. From assorted chocolates to chocolate covered pretzels to sugar-free options, you’re sure to find something to please in this wonderful shop – and you might even get to enjoy a tasting while you’re there.

Mom Loves a Little Spice

The Spice and Tea Exchange on Hypolita Street has a variety of teas, spices, sugars, sea and mineral salts, and plenty of accessories to accompany or accommodate any of the aforementioned gifts. They even have pre-organized crate boxes to ship rest and relaxation directly to your mom’s front door. How cool would it be for mom to have an extended Mom Appreciation gift waiting for her after enjoying her beach getaway with you?

Mom Loves Shopping

If a day out in the sun isn’t what momma ordered, and you know that mom loves to go shopping, there are a multitude of stores just a short drive away from your home away from home -Beachers Lodge. 

If you and mom feel up for a small adventure, the Vintage Warehouse on Anastasia Boulevard is the place for you. Filled to the brim with unique, upcycled vintage wares, chances are that you and mom will find something among the shelves that just screams take me home!

Mother’s Day doesn’t have to be a day of stress, hoping that everything goes perfectly. Let Beachers Lodge help you make it the best Mother’s Day yet, and be sure to take a look at the special discounts on rentals going on now!

What could be better than listening to music and eating delicious food on the beach watching the sunset? Not much!

This summer marks the 17th annual Music by the Sea series where you and your family can enjoy the music, food, and fun by the ocean. The festival is presented by the St. Augustine Beach Civics Association. This free, family-friendly concert and food series occurs every Wednesday evening for 19 weeks – rain or shine!

The series was started to promote St. Augustine’s local cuisine and musicians. Each week, a different local restuarant and band team together to create a fun evening for you and the whole family to unwind. This event provides relaxing vibes for both vacationers and locals.

Between May 8 and September 11, you will find a different local band playing at the Pavillion at St. John’s County Pier on St. Augustine beach. There’s quite a lineup this year, featuring bands that span a variety of genres, including Jazz, Country, Rock, 80s cover bands, Pop, Latin, and more! There’s something for everyone and you can find this summer’s entire lineup below or here. The food lineup has yet to be determined.

In addition to jamming out to some great music, you’ll also have the opportunity to try a variety of local resturaunts. Just as a different band is represented each week, a different local restuarant provides food . The concert itself is free of charge, and meals cost $10 or less per person.

Rain or Shine!

Music by the Sea will be held rain or shine. The concert and food are a great way to etiher enjoy the beautiful sunet or brighten up a rainy day. Should the weather prove more hazardous, any updates or cancellations (which are very rare) can be found at the event’s Facebook page.

There are plenty of things to do while you’re staying at Beacher’s Lodge in St. Augustine, and the Music by the Sea series is one of the best activities to help you relax and unwind. So kick off your shoes, grab a bite to eat, and ride the vibes on beautiful St. Augustine beach!

When: Every Wednesday evening between 6 – 9 p.m., May 8 through September 11
Where: St. John’s Pier Pavillion at St. Augustine Beach
Admission: General admission is free and meal tickets are $10 or less

Additional information: 

  • Additional information can be found by calling (904) 347-8007
  • Those requiring wheelchair access are asked to request accomodation two days in advance
  • Dogs are welcome! Just make sure your furry pal has a leash and will respect the other concert-goers
  • Please feel free to bring a cooler, chairs, and blankets
  • There are free shuttles from satellite parking lots that run between 5:45 – 9:30 p.m. Additional parking information can be found here or by calling the number above.
  • Music Lineup for Music by the Sea 2019

The Bands!

5/8 Fruit Cove Middle School Jazz

5/15 Jax English Salsa Band Latin

5/22 Amy Alysia & Soul Operation R & B, Soul, and more

5/29 Vegas Gray ’70s and ’80s Rock

6/5 Peter Karp Band Soulful Rock & Blues

6/12 Slang ’80s Tribute

6/19 Josh Stewart Band Country and Rock

6/26 Those Guys Classic and Southern Rock

7/3 Ain’t 2 Proud Pop Dance

7/10 JW Gilmore Blues

7/17 Soulfire Funk, Disco, Pop

7/24 Duffy Bishop Band Jazz, Blues, and more

7/31 Bluez Dudez Blues and Classic Rock

8/7 STR8-Up Dance, Pop, and Disco

8/14 Grapes of Roth Classic and Alternative Rock

8/21 Catch the Groove Jazz

8/28 Southern Chaos Country / Country 106.3 FM Night

9/4 Almost Dead Tie Dye Rock

9/11 Chilula Pop, Dance, and more

The St. Augustine amphitheatre is an integral part of the town’s community. It’s a place where people can gather to experience music, movies, and magic. The venue is the perfect blend of rich history and vibrant community.

The amphitheatre was built in 1965 to celebrate the 400th anniversary of the town. Florida’s official state play – The Cross and the Sword – debuted on the amphiteatre stage when the amphiteatre opened. Written by Dr. Paul Green, the symphonic drama depicts life in St. Augustine during its founding and earliest years. The play’s final performance was in 1996.

The amphitheatre found new life in 2002 when St. John’s County decided to renovate the venue. This rennovation took 5 years. Located in Anastasia State Park, the current amphitheatre grounds cover 16 acres – including the historic rock quarry. The coquina rock quarry was used to build Castillo de San Marcos and other early homes and businesses in St. Augustine. Today, the amphitheatre can host up to 4100 guests and features tours from local and national talent on its stage.

There’s truly something for everyone at the Amphitheatre. While you’re visiting St. Augustine, take a look at some of the events happening every week. Stop by the Farmer’s Market and taste some fresh Florida produce and baked goods. Or stop by the Art at Night to find one-of-a-kind gifts made from local artists. Stroll the gorgeous grounds and experience the history and sense of community that’s embodied in the St. Augustine Amphitheatre.

Farmer’s market
Hours: Every Saturday from 8:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.

St. Augustine's Amphitheatre Farmer's Market

The famer’s market is free and open to the public. Experience some of the finest food that Florida has to offer! The Farmer’s Market doesn’t just have produce – there are also plenty of vendors selling prepared food and drink, unique art and gifts, and local musical artists. The market has been a vital part of the community for 20 years.

Each weekend includes special events at the Farmer’s Market:

1st and 3rd Saturday of the month – The St. John’s County Public Library Bookmobile
1st Saturday of the month – 9 a.m. Yoga at the Market
4th Saturday of the month – Tangible Taste cooking demonstration

Night Market
Hours: Every 2nd and 4th Tuesday night from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m.

The St. Augustine Amphitheatre Night Market runs every 2nd and 4th Tuesday night between March and October. It’s open to the public and features free admission and free parking. Come experience over 90 vendors selling art, handmade crafts, and other goods. There is also live entertainment, plenty of food, and a full bar.  The night market is a great way to unwind after a busy day.

Music & Events

St. Augustine's Amphitheatre

If you’re a music lover, come enjoy some of the great bands that play here! Over the years the amphitheatre has showcased acts like Santana, Kane Brown, Kelsea Ballerini, Sublime and so many more!

Orchestras, rock bands, R&B singers, and country aritists have all graced the stage. Since the amphitheatre is one of the few open-air theaters left, it’s a big draw for successful artists.

It has a casual, fun feel. People bike, walk, or drive to the venue and enjoy food trucks, drinks, and dancing on the front porch before the main event begins!

The amphitheatre also hosts entertainment stars from all over the country. Head over to the official St. Augustine Amphitheatre website for a full, updated list of upcoming concerts and events. You can purchase tickets from the website.

The Amphitheatre is located just 15 minutes from Beacher’s Lodge!

St. Augustine Amphitheatre
1340C A1A South
St. Augustine, FL 32080

Phone: (904) 209-3746
Box Office: (904) 209-0367
Website: https://www.staugamphitheatre.com/

The Ampthitheatre has so much to offer during your stay in the beautiful, vibrant St. Augustine. There’s something for everyone here and we hope you and your family can experience the rich history and warm community that’s embodied in the St. Augustine Amphitheatre.

No matter if you come for the market or to jam out to some great music, the St. Augustine Amphetheatre is the place to be!

St. Augustine is rich in history and alive with culture. There is no shortage of things to do in America’s oldest town. And one of the biggest hubs for events, activities, and culture in St. Augustine is Francis Field. We’ve gathered some of the interesting facts and history surrounding the historic baseball field, as well as information about what’s happening today.

History

Francis Field has been a part of the community since the early 1930s. Though it has undergone many changes since then, it remains an important cultural center for the community of St. Augustine.

Francis Field gets its name from Frederick Francis, an athlete and co-owner of the amateur baseball team the St. Augustine Saints. The team, led by Frederick Francis, won the Northeast Florida Championship in 1933. The town mayor at the time declared September 11, 1934 as Fred Francis day to celebrate Francis’ numerous achievements in baseball.

During World War II, the field was used for military training. In fact, the Saints’ pitcher, Forrest “Lefty” Brewer, was one of five baseball players who were killed on the beaches of Normandy during the D-Day invasion. After the war, the Saints continued to play on the field until their last game in 1952.

Though the community referred to the field colloquially as Francis Field for decades, the field officially received the name only recently.

Modern Event Center and Cultural Hub

Today, the site hosts numerous cultural celebrations and festivals. Some of the most well-known festivals include the Celtic Heritage Festival in the spring and the Greek Festival in the fall. Regardless of when you’re visiting, there is always something happening at Francis Field! Throughout the year, there are countless art festivals, fairs, concerts, and cultural events taking place on Francis Field.

Celtic Festival Francis Field

When not being used for festivals and concerts, Francis Field is a great place to take the family to spend a fun afternoon. Francis Field hosts the Project SWING Park, an interactive playground. The name stands for “St. Augustine’s Wish for It’s Next Generation.” The park boasts lovely shaded areas, an interactive playground for older kids, an interactive area for toddlers, a picnic area, and a shady pavilion perfect for hosting parties, get-togethers, and other gatherings.

Francis Field ParkFrancis Field Park

While you’re visiting the lovely city of St. Augustine, be sure to check out the events calendar here and see what kinds of exciting events are taking place at Francis Field. In 2006 the city built a parking garage right next door, which makes access to this location super easy! During the most popular celebrations, like Rhythm and Ribs in April, the city provides shuttles from various locations around St. Augustine. To find shuttle locations for events, look here.

Contact information for Francis Field:

25 W Castillo Dr
St. Augustine, FL 32084

Phone: (904) 825-1040

Beacher’s Lodge is a quick and scenic 20 minute ride from Francis Field and Downtown St. Augustine. It’s the best of both worlds; stay at the beach and still enjoy being close to the downtown excitement!

Bird Watching and Nature Photography in St. Augustine

St. Augustine has lovely beaches and some of the best wildlife you can find in Florida. Because of this, every year for 17 years straight people flock to the area for their internationally acclaimed birding and photography festival.
It’s no surprise either. You may only think of dolphins and alligators when you think of Florida. But there is so much more to see. Florida’s ecosystems are filled with wonderful species to identify and learn about.
Walking trails and bird watching areas are a few of the many great things to do here in town. There you can find some of St. Augustine’s many eye-catching species.
Florida’s Birding and Photo Fest is at the perfect time of year. Florida is already known for being sunny and warm and St. Augustine is no exception. Florida’s great weather makes it the place to be for everyone – young and old. So if you are an adventurer and being outdoors is your thing, this event is for you.

Get the Skinny on Florida’s Birding & Photo Fest

Starting on April 24th through the 28th, 2019
Headquartered at Celebration Hall at St. Anastasia Catholic Church, 5205 A1A South in St. Augustine Beach, FL 32080

Come and experience a day (or the whole week!) of bird watching and photography. This event is full of workshops, outside tours, kayaking and more. There will be over 110 scheduled activities for you to partake in.

Alligator Farm Events

The famous Alligator Farm is hosting before and after hours photography sessions for those who want to get pictures of the birds without all the foot traffic. With these passes you get the rare chance to be near these birds and have enough space to put your equipment. You can choose to come in one hour before opening at 8am or one hour after closing at 6pm.

Photography Contests

Are you craving a little competition? There is a Young Birder’s contest for the kids, and a seperate contest for the adults. Every year more and more world renowned photographers show up! That isn’t to say the atmosphere is not friendly and welcome to amateurs – the photo contest is open to all. Speakers will be present every day to give tips, advice, and support to those who need it.
The opening reception speaker Joe Brady is a full time photographer, educator, and author who shares his take on how to create the best photograph. There is a plethora of chances to hear from professionals with interesting and educational messages. They can help you learn how to take your photography to the next level.

Follow the Festival!

Are you a social media lover? The festival has created it’s own hashtag: #floridasphotofest. Take a peek at the photos from last year. This will give you a great insight into all the wonder visuals that await you. Or take a look at last year’s video gallery and watch the birds come to life!
Let St. Augustine’s beautiful scenes teach you and your family to appreciate the beauty of nature.

Get your tickets now, prices may vary the closer we get to the festival. Go and visit here to see what is available. You don’t want to miss it!

Pirate movies have made pirates look so cool. But were real pirates like Jack Sparrow, swaggering and charming? Pirates have been around in one form or another for hundreds of years, and in the 18th century there was a spike on piracy. This is why it was known as the ‘Golden Age of Piracy’.

St. Augustine has been threatened by pirates since its birth in 1565, when Pedro Menendez de Aviles came to the shores of St. Augustine and made it a colony. At the time the Spanish were in power but the English and French wanted to take the area for themselves.

The Spanish knew of the dangers lurking across the seas, so they build a fort. The Castillo de San Marcos was constructed between 1672 and 1695 and it protected St. Augustine’s Spanish residents from attacks and even from hurricanes.

As you can imagine, the Spanish were not fond of pirates and executed them whenever possible. St. Augustine became incredibly important for trading because of its connection to the Gulf of Mexico. It was easy to travel to in comparison to going through the coast and risk losing  goods due to unpredictable weather patterns. As trade became a huge part of life in St. Augustin, so did the threat of pirates. To counteract some of these threats, the Spanish were known to hire pirates themselves to fight off enemies!

Do you want to know more about Pirates and how St. Augustine dealt with them? Here are a few places to come and experience their history!

The St. Augustine Pirate and Treasure Museum

Located at: 12 S Castillo Drive, St. Augustine, Fl 32084

Hours: Daily from 10:00 am to 7:00 pm

The St. Augustine Pirate and Treasure Museum has a wonderful outdoor courtyard overlooking the Matanza River and the Castillo de San Marcos. With Educational tours, group tours, and a treasure shop, it’s an exciting trip back into the 1800’s!

The Pirate Ship Black Raven

Located at: 111 Avenida Menendez St, St Augustine Fl 32084

Hours: Daily from 8:00 am- 6:00 pm (weather could affect the hours)

Come aboard the Black Raven Pirate Ship, at the Municipal Marina in Downtown St. Augustine. This tour offers a variety of packages, from birthday parties, to late night adult cruises! Cupcakes, souvenirs, and beverages (alcoholic and non) are available on their on-board gift shop. With a treasure hunt and a rum runner, adults and children alike will have plenty of entertainment. You just have to come and experience it for yourself!

Colonial Quarters

Located at: 43 St. George St, St. Augustine, Fl 32084

Hours: Daily Tour 10:30 pm, 12:00 pm, 1:00 pm, 3:00 pm and self guided tours Monday- Friday 10:30 am- 5:00 pm

Explore the 18th century in Colonial Quarters! It’s a journey into the past history of St. Augustine. Walk through the boardwalk, marvel at all of the flags, and experience a live musket demonstration. This demonstration will show you how residents fought off the invading pirates!

Castillo de San Marcos

Located at: 1 S Castillo Dr, St. Augustine, Fl 32084

Hours: Monday- Sunday 8:45 am- 5:15 pm

The Castillo de San Marcos is the oldest masonry fort in the United State. It sits on the Western shores of the Matanza River. Come to experience over 340 years of history and see where the Spanish fought and conquered pirates. Standing on it’s limestone floors, looking out at the water, you could easily imagine pirates coming over the horizon on their ships!

There is much to see and experience in St. Augustine. It’s a place with a rich history, so come and see what the city can teach you and your family about the pirate life!

We are scheduled for needed repairs for the beach end of our property board walk.  We will have to close the boardwalk for these repairs on Wednesday, 2/13.  It is estimated that it will take 1 – 2 days to finish, so it is likely the boardwalk will also be closed on Thursday the 14th.  There will still be access to the beach during this time, we will redirect visitors to the the public beach access adjacent to our property and can be accessed by way of the path between the conference room and front office.  Click here for a map to reference for  Our Beach Boardwalk Closure Info .
In preparation for this project, WATER WILL BE SHUT OFF TO THE SOUTH END OF THE PROPERTY ON TUESDAY, 2/12.  This interruption in the water supply is ONLY going to effect Condos in the 01-07 stacks.  The interruption is estimated at 3 hours and will begin around 10am.