The Dania Beach Erojacks cleanup
Join our Beach Cleanup
Quick info about the park
The State Park offers a beachside escape from the nearby city. It’s a popular location for swimming, snorkeling, fishing, boating, kayaking, SUP, hiking & bicycling. Let’s help clean up this little haven so our generation could enjoy it and the next one.
We are meeting at Dr. Von D. Mizell – Eula Johnson State Park, parking lot #1 and focusing between parking lot #1 and Dania Pier. The Dania Beach Erojacks provided excellent snorkeling, and we want to help clean up the area. SOB another group is focusing on the Jetty Pavilion towards our Parking Lot #1.
Beach cleanup focus
- We are focusing between parking lot #1 and Dania Pier
- If weather permits bring snorkeling gear to help remove plastic from the surf.
- If weather permits bring your paddleboard or kayak and you have an option in helping clean up whiskey Creek.
Parking and Arrival:
- Once you pass the entrance, it’s the first parking lot #1 on your right.
- Don’t forget to mention you are attending the cleanup for free admission to the park.
- Meet with host and see what area you want to focus during your cleanup
- Closed-toed shoes,
- Work gloves (if you have them),
- Protection from the sun. Long shirts/pants,
- Water (We also suggest bringing refillable water bottles)
- Hats and sunglasses recommended.
Another Beach Clean Up Same Day
- SOB Cleanup & Surfrider Broward! They are meeting at the Jetty Pavilion
- Together we can clean up the beach!
***Precautions: Should you find a needle, do not put it inside a garbage bag where it could poke someone. A best practice is to alert the host and those around you,(The host, wearing protective gloves, to carefully pick up the needle and put it INSIDE a water bottle and put the cap back on to prevent harm to anyone else and throw the bottle away inside a garbage can.) Likewise, be cautious with other sharp rusty objects that may poke through the garbage bag.
You may be climbing on or over rocks, or working in areas that have holes covered by grass. You are responsible for your own actions and safety, and neither volunteercleanup.org or the host of this event is liable for any accidents. We really want you to be safe and practice common sense. Always wear appropriate closed-toed shoes with good traction, gloves to protect your hands, and sunscreen to prevent sunburn. Drink plenty of water and stay hydrated. Do not touch anything that makes you uncomfortable.
Dania Beach, FL 33004-3044
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