PARKLAND, FL- As the beaches of Broward County have opened up, many beach goers have been daydreaming of relaxing on the summer sand and soaking up the rays without needing to keep moving along.

Daydream no more. The beaches of Broward will be open again to sunbathing as of Monday, June 1. Social distancing rules still apply, and masks are expected to be in use in any scenario that places people in proximity with each other. And while the beaches are open, most of the beach facilities will remain closed for now, including changing rooms, picnic pavilions, playgrounds and exercise equipment.

Tattoo and massage parlors will also reopen on Monday. Additionally, racquetball facilities will allow doubles, and tennis and pickleball courts will allow up to four people at a time to play.