August 2019

There are 128 blog entries for August 2019.

People in South Florida like to live healthy, maybe it’s because of our year-round beach weather? Either way, there are many ways to stay fit in the Palm Beaches outside of the gym. Here are a few of our favorites.

Jogging

If you are into running or jogging, or just want to get a scenic walk in to start the day, there’s no better place than The Palm Beaches. Watching the sun come up by the Juno Pier as your run takes you along Ocean Drive in Jupiter is truly breathtaking. On Saturday morning, this run has three water stops set up all the way to the Jupiter Inlet. Another great place to run is along Flagler Drive in West Palm Beach.

Meditating

Meditation is about enjoying the present moment, and when traveling it’s great to get out and find

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Hog Hammock Trail is one of West Palm Beach's newest trails, it is composed of crushed concrete and has lots of intermittent boardwalks. The area is a combination of restored and natural wetland communities including cabbage palm hammocks, mesic pine flatwoods, forested wetlands and cypress domes. Restrooms and water is available in the parking lot. The trail is perfect for a leisurely hike, especially as Summer is arriving and the kids are at home and looking for something to do.

After walking or jogging the Hammock Trail you may want to head over to the Cypress Boardwalk which is about one mile away. Cypress is a mile-long boardwalk extending through marsh and cypress swamp. The boardwalk has lots of opportunities for viewing Florida’s flora and

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The Juno Dunes Natural Area is a 569-acre preserve features miles of trails for biking and hiking, oceanfront tract facilities for easy beach access, boat slips on the Intracoastal Waterway, picnic tables, restrooms and a kiosk with informational brochures and maps.

Juno Dunes

The Juno Dunes Natural Area is a perfect place to experience the diversity of South Florida’s ecosystem in a single location. You and your family can take a leisurely stroll, relaxing bike ride or a fast-paced hike through any of the pristine natural trails.

This natural preserve is home to 12 unique, native ecosystems: beach dune, coastal strand, maritime hammock, hydric hammock, scrub, scrubby flatwoods, xeric hammock, mesic flatwoods, wet flatwoods, basin marsh,

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Pelican Club, Jupiter’s newest waterfront venue for events and weddings is open and located along the water with direct views of the lighthouse and the Jupiter Inlet.

The venue opened its doors official in April and already had numerous events and more lined up throughout the year. The Pelican Club is part of the Lessling’s Hospitality Group, a high-end venue company from New York that cater to more than 1,200 weddings a year.

Jupiter was picked as their next location because of its scenic view and prime location. The Pelican Club is a unique venue that focuses exclusively on weddings, social gatherings and special events. The venue has the capacity to host both large and small parties in either the private dining room or grand ballroom.

Recently, the

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Kids and restaurants don’t always mix. There are some eateries, though, that are perfect for the whole family. Here are some of the best, kid-friendly restaurants in Jupiter.

Dune Dog

Dune Dog is a Jupiter favorite. With a very kid-friendly menu (ice cream is included with every kid meal), and an atmosphere that guarantees people won’t be bothered by your kids, it’s a great choice for Jupiter families.

Where: 775 FL A1AAlt, Jupiter, FL 33477

U-Tiki Beach

The view at U-Tiki is great, the atmosphere is very casual, and the kids can easily get up and walk around, if they want, without disturbing anyone.

Where: 1095 N Hwy A1A, Jupiter, FL 33477

Cheeseburgers and More

Cheeseburgers And More is a kids paradise. It has an arcade and a

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Palm Beach County has some of the best biking trails in all of South Florida. Here are a few of our favorite spots.

The Hill

The Hill in West Palm Beach is one of the few actual hills in South Florida where you can bike some steep inclines to test your endurance. The bike path is made out of crushed shell rock and is approximately 2.4 miles long and about 2 feet wide. Even though you will ride through native forests, most of the trail is exposed to the sun, so wear appropriate clothing and apply sunblock.

  • When: Everyday, sunrise to sunset.
  • Where: 7301 Haverhill Road West Palm Beach, Florida 33412
  • Cost: Free

Riverbend Park

Riverbend Park covers over 600 acres of natural, untouched South Florida land. The park has a couple

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The Palm Beaches are Florida's health-centric center. With year-round beach weather and tons of outdoor activities, all you need is a good diet to stay fit and healthy. Here are a few healthy restaurants in Jupiter and the Palm Beaches that you will enjoy.

3 Natives

3 Natives is a healthy lifestyle cafe that takes traditional foods and serves them in a healthy, convenient manner. It’s a local Jupiter favorite that’s quickly growing in popularity as more and more locations pop up around South Florida. 3 Natives, however, seems to be doing a great job of maintaining its commitment to serving the highest quality foods.

Jaya Nutrition Bar

Jaya Nutrition Bar is a healthy, vegetarian and natural healthy cafe in Juno Beach, FL. The café serves

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This weekend there is three baseball games and an event going on at the Roger Dean Chevrolet Stadium in Downtown Abacoa. Downtown Abacoa offers a wide variety of shopping, entertainment and restaurants for you to check out before or after the baseball game.

The stadium is home to the Jupiter Hammerheads and the Palm Beach Cardinals in addition to being the home to the two Major League teams, the St. Louis Cardinals and the Miami Marlins during their Spring Training.

Starting this Friday night, the Palm Beach Cardinals take on the Fort Myers Miracle at 6:30 pm. On Saturday, in addition to the baseball game it is also Goodwill Night. Where you are asked to bring three gently used items to donate to Goodwill. When you donate you will receive a free ticket to

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Okeeheelee Park is a premier place to ski and wakeboard in the Palm Beaches. Located just west of West Palm Beach Okeeheelee Park is a beautiful place to spend the day with your friends or family.

About Okeeheelee

The original site for the park was purchased in 1973, and at the time only about 10% (90 acres) of the area was in its natural state. It encompasses two lakes; with access for boating, fishing, water skiing, and radio-controlled boating, the park also has tennis courts, a playground, and a dog park called “Pooch Pines.”

At the north end of the park, situated on the original 90 acres of original natural habitat, is the Okeeheelee Nature Center consists of more than 2 miles of trails, which travel through the Pine Flatwoods habitat.

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Palm Beach County is a great place to live if you like to stay in shape. It has great gyms, year-round workout-weather, convenient healthy eating options, and lots of great places to do yoga. Here’s our guide to a few great places to do yoga in Palm Beach County.

Breathe Salt & Yoga

As the name suggests Breathe Salt & Yoga has a unique salt room. They describe it as where the ocean meets land. Breathing in salt helps accelerate mucus clearance and improves lung function while killing harmful bacteria caused by pollutants and stress while also soothing the respiratory system. The studio also offers hot yoga classes.

Native Yoga Center

Native Yoga Center is way more than a yoga studio. It's a Palm Beach destination where authentic yoga

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