Dive Site: Perry Street Rock Pile | Perry St. Rocks MAP IT!
City: Hollywood, Florida
Type of Dive: South Florida Beach Dive
Depth: 12-20 Feet
Parking: Metered $2/hr | Pay at the master meter with cash, coin or credit card.
Last Updated: 6/29/2014
The Perry Street Rock Pile | Perry St. Rocks Beach Dive:
The Perry Street Rock Pile is an artificial reef that runs north-south from Palm Street to Allen Street. Huge boulders the size of cars make up the Perry Street Rock Pile. This South Florida dive location is similar to Turtle Reef or South Inlet Park, but the boulders here are MUCH bigger. Unlike other reefs, at the Perry Street Rock Pile you can swim between the rocks! This makes the Perry Street Rock Pile a fun and engaging dive site.
The Perry Street Rock Pile starts 600 feet off the beach and is about 150 feet wide (east-west). The average depth here is 12-20 feet (some of the boulders have high peaks).
This project was known as Beach Renourishment Project, Segment III by Broward County.
Completed in 2006, it is now an amazing reef for scuba divers to enjoy!
Like most of South Florida, you MUST use a dive flag when diving at the Perry Street Rock Pile.
Directions to the Perry Street Rock Pile | Perry St. Rocks Beach Dive Location In Hollywood:
From I-95, take exit 23 for Griffin Rd. and head east. Turn right onto Federal Highway / US1. Turn left onto Dania Beach Blvd. Follow this road and watch out for the fork in the road. Keep left at the fork, follow the signs for Florida A1A south. Follow the loop that will bring you onto A1A south / Ocean Dr. Turn left onto Perry Street. This is where you want to park for the Perry Street Rock Pile.
What You May See At The Perry Street Rock Pile:
French Angelfish, Queen Angelfish, Squirrel Fish, Porcupinefish, Sergeant Majors, Yellowtail Snapper, Parrotfish, Grunts, Hogfish, Porkfish, Nurse Sharks, Southern Stingrays
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Perry Street Rock Pile | Perry St. Rocks
Hollywood Beach Dive Site