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Palm Beach County is home to some of the most enjoyable bicycle trails in the South Florida. There are a few that are family friendly which kids of all ages can enjoy.

Cypress Creek Natural Area in Jupiter offers a nice scenic path along the boardwalks overlooking the ecological area. In addition to the bike trails, there is also a few “foot traffic only” trails where you can explore. The trials are roughly 2 miles in length and located at the end at Mack Dairy Road. 

Lake Trail  situated along the Intracoastal Waterway extends the picture-perfect scenery of the historic Palm Beach homes and a peek of downtown West Palm Beach from across the water. The trail is easy to follow.  Some areas of the bike trail cross with intersections in residential

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Palm Beach County is home to several activities and things to do, besides the 47 miles of pristine sandy beaches, warm weather, and sunshine. Palm Beach County is home to miles and miles of great outdoor adventure trails for walking, running, hiking, horseback riding, and biking for the explorers in the family to try.

Outdoor Adventures in Palm Beach County to Try:

Cypress Creek Natural Area

The Jeaga Wildways, is a system of multi-use trails that connects 165,000 acres of public land in northwestern Palm Beach County. The trails are often used by walkers, hikers, bicyclists, and equestrians to explore some of the area’s most scenic natural trails. The Cypress Creek South Natural Area connects to Jupiter’s Riverbend Park where you can explore

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One of Palm Beach Island’s most exclusive estates is open to visitors for tours. The Flagler Museum, formally known as Whitehall was the estate of the American Industrialist and the islands founders, Henry M. Flagler. The grand estate features more than 100,000 square feet that is filled with some of the most important history of Palm Beach.

The island’s famous landmark was commissioned by Flagler to be a winter estate for himself and his wife Mary as a wedding gift in 1902. The home served as their winter estate until Flagler’s death in 1913. Henry M. Flagler is known to be the founder of Standard Oil and a very important man in shaping Palm Beach and its history. The home was commissioned by Flagler to John Carrere and Thomas Hastings to design and

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The dining industry is continuing to grow in Palm Beach County. Everyday, several new restaurants, cafes, and bars are opening to the public for business.

Here is a glimpse of restaurants that have recently opened or are planning to open in the upcoming weeks.

Northern Palm Beach County

Andalucia Tapas Bar: Now open in Tequesta

Duke’s Tacos and Margs: Now open in Jupiter’s Downtown Abacoa

Charlie and Joe’s at Love Street: Planning to open mid-February in the Jupiter Inlet District

Portofino Bistro Mediterraneo: Now open in Juno Beach

Kitchen North: Now open in Alton’s Town Center in Palm Beach Gardens

Avocado Cantina: Now open in Downtown Palm Beach Gardens

Central Palm Beach County

Elizabetta’s: Now open on the waterfront in

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 If you are looking for an all-inclusive family fun resort you do not have to fly to a Caribbean island to find such a resort. Stay Covid free by being safe and avoiding an airplane by just driving up to Port St. Lucie. Port St. Lucie is just a short drive north of Palm Beach County.  The Club Med Sandpiper Bay resort is where to head for a vacation when you need a real break from the daily stressors.

This full-amenity resort takes care of everything.  All you need to do is just show up with the family, slow down and relax to have fun. The resort is surrounded by nature, spread across an average of 50 acres, operating at limited capacity, and featuring three story buildings. Airy outdoor areas, al fresco restaurants and bars, sprawling beaches, and

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Florida is known to be the “Golf Capital” of the world with over 1,400 beautiful and prestigious golf courses and growing in the state. Palm Beach County is known to have the most golf courses in the state of Florida. The county is home to over 160 golf courses both public and private and is home to some of the most famous golf courses in the world.

Golfers are drawn to the area not just for the beautiful beaches and numerous activities to do but because in South Florida golf can be played everyday due to the sunny, warm weather all year round.

The public golf courses in the area offer the same challenges on the course, with several hazards, beauty, sand traps, and water for your next golf shots.

Here are some of the County’s Public Golf Courses:

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The 3rd Annual Waste to Wonder Exhibit is being presented at GalleRe, Resource Depot, in Palm Beach County January 22, 2021 – March 11, 2021. The Resource Depot, 2508 Florida Avenue, West Palm Beach is a non for profit 501c3 organization and all donations are tax deductible. For 21 years, Resource Depot has tackled Palm Beach County’s growing waste problem by rescuing unwanted and excess materials, turning waste into wonder. Resource Depot collects donations from businesses and individuals and redistributes the items to teachers, artists, families, and other non-profit organizations that need them, encouraging creative, hands-on learning and innovation.

The 2021 display at GalleRe features fresh artwork with a revitalized stance. This exhibition

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The "Most Beautiful City in America" recognition was an incredible achievement that has only been awarded to two Florida cities thus far. Stuart came out on top after being evaluated based on the categories of Tidiness, Environmental Awareness, Community Involvement, Heritage Preservation, Urban Forestry, Landscaped Areas, Floral Displays and Turf & Groundcovers.
When it comes to recreation, the Stuart beaches are plentiful and uncrowded. The town has an active community that caters to both families and an active senior population. Annual events feature Stuart Street Dance, Stuart Air Show, Stuart Boat Show, holiday parades, art festivals, seafood festivals, to name just a few.
Promoted as the Sailfish Capital of…
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Mark your calendars and plan to attend the 15th Annual Jupiter Craft Brewers Festival this weekend in Jupiter’s Downtown Abacoa. As in previous year’s the festival still aims to impress the festival goers.

The Jupiter Craft Brewers Festival features a large array of hand selected breweries showcasing their best craft brews for you to sample. The festival will feature a Silent Disco, performances by a 5-piece rock band Hot Pink, and the Food Shack Food Truck will be onsite for food and snacks.

Tickets are available for the event and with a paid admission and proper identification, guests will be able to enjoy unlimited samples from some of the best breweries in South Florida. The proceeds from this weekend’s event will benefit the Autism Project of

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Getting ready to remodel your home? Habitat for Humanity has a “Deconstruction Program” to help.  Donations to Habitat for Humanity ReStores have helped build over 212 new Habitat homes in the Palm Beach County and surrounding areas. Whether you support Habitat for Humanity by shopping or donating to one of the nearly 900 Habitat locations in the U.S. your support helps Habitat provide strong and stable homes to help build strong and stable communities to those in need.  Habitat has been building homes since 1986!

If you are a homeowner planning a remodel, a contractor, or a part of the construction industry, call to schedule a walk-through with one of the deconstruction team members.  All items must be in good condition, approved by the Habitat

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