Lauderdale-by-the-Sea Live Cam

Live view of the pool, beach and tropical gardens


Hosted by:
  • High Noon Resort
  • 4424 El Mar Drive - Lauderdale-by-the-Sea
  • Florida 33308 - United States
  • [email protected]
  • 954-776-1121

Panhandle of the U.S. state of Florida

The High Noon, The Sea Foam and The Nautilus. All three, as well as the separate High Noon Beach House, are located directly on the ocean in beautiful Lauderdale-by-the-Sea and offer every modern convenience to enhance your beachside holiday. We are only minutes away from horse racing, numerous golf courses, Jai Lai, deep-sea fishing and other world famous Florida attractions.

The High Noon Resort Motel offers the vacationer clean, comfortable rooms, suites and apartments at outstanding rates. Many of our accommodations have spectacular ocean views and all are just steps away from our own private beach.

Can't you just feel the balmy breezes as they come off the Atlantic Ocean and pass through the palm trees that line our beach? Take a dip, or just lay back. This is truly your perfect vacation.

Our heated swimming pool is just steps away from your room, always a refreshing stop for children and adults alike after a day at the beach. The High Noon Resort is also centrally located in the town of Lauderdale-By-The-Sea. Within walking distance of the Inn are our supermarket, quaint shopping areas and world-class restaurants. Watch the waves caress the shore as you stroll throughout our charming seaside village and sample its delights.

The Town of Lauderdale-By-The-Sea -- The Prettiest Small Town in America -- is a charming seaside oasis on the eastern edge of metropolitan Broward County, FL. Nestled between the Atlantic Ocean and the Intracoastal Waterway just north of Fort Lauderdale, the Town is home to warm tropical breezes, spectacular ocean views and quaint motels that attract annual visitors from worldwide.

Lauderdale-By-The-Sea is primarily a residential community with 6,300 permanent residents, although the Town's peak seasonal population is 11,000. Our major industries include retail trade, tourism/hospitality, finance, insurance and real estate.

Several years later, Melvin I. Anglin, a successful building contractor and real estate investor from Indiana, bought the land platted by Morang with the intention of starting a new Town. Anglin later served as the Town's first Mayor.

The number of permanent residents residing in Town more than doubled in October 2001, when Lauderdale-By-The-Sea successfully annexed the Intracoastal Beach Area, a coastal neighborhood in unincorporated Broward just north of Town.

Located in the heart of beautiful Lauderdale By The Sea, just steps from the beach with the best scuba diving in the country and a short walk to some of Florida's finest restaurants, shopping and attractions.

The resort is a beach area hotel in Fort Lauderdale's exclusive Lauderdale by the Sea.