Welcome to Lighthouse Point
A peaceful suburb of Fort Lauderdale along the Atlantic coast
The peaceful and charming town of Lighthouse Point was established in 1956 and was named the Hillsborough Inlet Lighthouse. Well-loved for its stunning beaches and abundant parks, this boater’s town is popular with families and outdoor enthusiasts. If you're looking for a quiet residential village that offers fun community events, exceptional outdoor recreation, and charming neighborhoods, this is the place for you.
Neighborhoods feature quiet streets lined with palm trees and low-slung, Miami-style midcentury ranch homes. You'll also find gorgeous and elaborate Mediterranean estates that line the canals of the Intracoastal Waterway. If luxury living along the coast is what you're looking for, you'll find it here in Lighthouse Point.
What to Love
Residents of Lighthouse Point enjoy the quiet and peaceful atmosphere that it exudes, with stunning beaches and an abundance of outdoor amenities. Primarily residential, it features a leisurely lifestyle offering activities, exhibitions, and community programs. Plus, with over 50 seaside parks, it's easy to see why this boater's town has become such a coveted place to call home.
Dining, Entertainment & Shopping
Lighthouse Point is a predominately residential area with a small selection of retail and dining options, leaving most of your high-end needs to neighboring regions. Head North to Boca Raton for a day of shopping at the Town Center at Boca Raton, where you'll find well-known luxury retails galore. Just to the South in Fort Lauderdale is the famous Las Olas Boulevard, which features an eclectic collection of retail boutiques, art galleries, and cafes.
You'll find charming restaurants in the heart of Lighthouse Point that will quickly become your favorite. Sicilian Oven, for example, is a casual pizzeria that your family will come to love. Featuring a delectable menu that's sure to please everyone, you'll enjoy options like wood-fired pizza and panettas.
The Nauti Dawg Marina Cafe is a laidback cafe featuring an island vibe and the occasional live music night. This American-inspired menu features classics like fried calamari, crab cakes, and shrimp scampi, all in a peaceful, dockside environment.
Things to Do
Lighthouse Point is the perfect place to call home if you're a lover of outdoor recreation and the water. Enjoy days on the stunning and pristine beaches, take one of the many fishing charters on the Atlantic and see what you catch, or enjoy one of the many family-friendly activities.
Frank McDonough Park, one of several seaside parks in the area, is a local favorite that features various sporting fields, playgrounds, picnic tables, outdoor fitness centers, and more. This park also features movie night, where you can bring a blanket and a picnic and enjoy a night out with the family and dinner under the stars. Additionally, there are concerts and food truck events, "Lighthouse A' Glow," and more for the community to experience.
Neighboring areas, such as Quiet Waters Park in Deerfield, feature even more fun to experience with the family. This large park offers a unique experience with a rentable tepee campground, cable water-skiing, mountain bike trails, and a Splash Adventure waterpark. Also, the Deerfield Beach Arboretum features more than 200 species of exotic trees and several paths to explore.
Whether you're enjoying time in the quiet serenity of Lighthouse Point or venturing into one of the neighboring areas, there is plenty to do and explore.