Ft Lauderdale Beach

Spring Break 2013: Road tripping to Ft. Lauderdale is making a come back with a new 20,000 square–foot beachside night club called Exit 66.

The 60's imagery seems appropriate s the club is located half a block away from the historic Elbo Room Bar ,featured in the Spring Break movie classic "Where the Boys Are."

Billing itself as "More than just a destination point, Exit 66 is your road to nightlife. A fusion of the all American life, with a dose of 60’s American kitsch, wrapped up in the sex appeal of the eternal mud flap vixen."

If you should decide to take your Spring Break in the historic tradition of road tripping to Ft Lauderdale, a new world-class nightclub awaits. Exit 66, is an new entertainment multiplex by the guys that brought you Miami's Crobar who are aiming to put Ft. Lauderdale back on the map, for the right reasons.

The nightclub is comprised of a myriad of thoughtfully designed and blue collar vogue inspired room concepts with something for every Spring Break party animal.

2013 Events

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Top Ten Tips

The most popular section of beach is the "Strip" where A1A runs along side the beach, between Las Olas Blvd north to Sunrise Blvd.

Alcoholic beverages are prohibited on the Ft Lauderdale beach.

Ft Lauderdale established a lot of regulations to discourage Spring Breakers in the 70's, so check out the Beach Regulations

Check out the the bars and clubs along SW 2nd Street aka Cooley Hammock. it is the place to be when the sun goes down.

The oldest Spring Break Bar in the county is the Elbo Room

The RiverWalk runs along the north side of the new river, from the shops at Las Olas to the performing arts complex.

Running east-west along Las Olas Boulevard is the entertainment district. On the east side you will find a number of upscale shops and restaurants. On the west side you will find the newer nightclubs and restraunts.

Check out the Beach Webcams

The drinking age in Florida is 21 but you can get into the bars and clubs if you are at least 18. And yes, the bars and clubs are very strict on IDs.

Remember to protect yourself with SPF 15 Sunblock every day.

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