Question on public beach access

Question: If all beaches in Florida are public, then how would acknowledging that fact adversely affect our beach rights?  Unless the additional facilities, chairs, umbrellas, pavilions, etc. were also required to be open to the public.  There isn’t anything that prevents the public from setting their towels and chairs down and using “our” beach now, is there?

One thought on “Question on public beach access

  1. WHO EVER SAID ALL THE BEACHES IN FLORIDA ARE PUBLIC?
    PRIVATE PROPERTY DOES EXISTS INLAND JUST BEYOND THE HIGH WATER MARK. DO YOU THINK ALL THOSE MILLION DOLLAR HOUSES ARE BUILT ON PUBLIC PROPERTY A BEACH DOES NOT EXTEND FROM THE GULF TO THE ATLANTIC. IT ENDS SHORTLY INLAND OF THE HIGH WATER MARK.

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