The Five Toughest Florida Beaches To Visit
"But access is in the eye of the beholder. State rules for funding renourishment projects treat hotel properties as publicly accessible beaches even if they stop nonguests from getting to the beach. While inaccessible beaches rankle, says Paden Woodruff, state beaches and wetlands administrator, a public beach is just a short drive away for most Floridians. His stat: 42% of Floridas 825 miles of beaches front publicly owned land."
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