Top Beaches to Be a Lifeguard in Florida
Some call Florida the nation’s paradise, others claim it as an annual vacation spot. Regardless, Florida is top-of-the-list when it comes to beaches. Where there is a beach, there is a lifeguard — and sometimes it’s a matter of which beach you’d like to call your outdoor office. In no particular order, the following beaches are top-rated for best places to be a lifeguard in Florida.
1) Miami Beach looking for a good hustle? The buzzing environment of Miami is a great place to be a lifeguard — you’ll always be on your toes, and you’ll rarely grow bored. Miami Beach boasts a melting pot of cultures and ethnicities, so whether you’re on the job or exploring the city, you’re guaranteed an exciting experience.
2) West Palm Beach if you enjoy a more quiet scene, West Palm Beach is a great option for you. The water is crystal clear, and the sand is powdery white. Your job as a lifeguard will be as rewarding as it will be breathtaking. The Palm Beach County Ocean Rescue employs roughly 66 lifeguards year-round, ensuring a collaborative experience with room for training and community involvement.
3) Siesta Key Beach notoriously ranked as the #1 or #2 beach in the nation, Siesta Key Beach is an absolute haven for lifeguards. As a lifeguard, you’ll be patrolling beaches filled with happy tourists and locals who know and love their beach like no other. The perks don’t stop there — there’s no need to worry about your feet burning as the sand is made of 99% pure Quartz.
4) Clearwater Beach another beach situated on the beautiful West Coast, Clearwater Beach is known for exactly what it sounds like. The water is crystal clear, which makes the view as beautiful as it is helpful in spotting dangers from far away. The beach is a quick 30-minute car ride from Tampa, FL, which makes for a fun day trip on your days off.
5) Daytona Beach nestled between Jacksonville Beach and West Palm Beach, this spot is a happy medium for those who seek a more thrilling beach experience. Daytona Beach is known for its boardwalks, amusement parks, and the Daytona International Speedway. Home to the Daytona 500, the speedway hosts many events throughout the year that are sure to provide entertainment when you’re not patrolling the beach.
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