Golf bag on a green golf course with clubs

When it comes to golf, nobody does it better than The Palm Beaches. With an average annual temperature of 86.4 degrees Fahrenheit and an astounding 235 sunny days a year, golfers can practice their drive just about every day of the year, making it a true golfers paradise. Palm Beach County pro­udly boasts some of the most acclaimed golf courses worldwide, drawing enthusiasts from far and wide. Golf Digest confirms an impressive total of 68 courses within a 15-mile radius of the charming town of Jupiter. Among these, 11 public courses and 51 private courses cater to a diverse range of players, ensuring that every golfer finds their perfect fairway.

 

Golfing in Palm Beach County

The Palm Beaches have also become a familiar ground for the PGA…

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When it comes to world-class food and drinks, few places can compare to the bars and restaurants at the Jupiter Inlet Marina. With its mix of casual and upscale establishments, there's something for everyone, whether you're looking for a post-beach bite or a romantic dinner for two. Each restaurant offers its own unique atmosphere and menu, so you're sure to find something to love. And with its stunning views of the Jupiter Lighthouse and the Intracoastal Waterway, the Jupiter Inlet Marina is the perfect place to relax and enjoy a meal or beverage.

Here are some of the best spots in the Jupiter Inlet Marina for drinks and food:

  • U-Tiki 
  • Jetty’s 
  • Beacon 
  • Topside 
  • Lucky Shuck 
  • Charlie and Joe's at Love Street 
  • Square Grouper Tiki…

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It’s hard not to be drawn to boating if you live by the water in Southeast Florida. Some people love boating because they love fishing, some love it for sunrise or sunset cruising, and some love it for the pure sense of freedom and adventure. Having the right boat can make all the difference. And since Jupiter and the surrounding areas have some of the best fishing in the entire country, today we’re going to be focusing on saltwater fishing boats. Coming in various shapes and sizes, each tailored to different fishing styles, water conditions, and preferences, it’d be nice to say you can’t go wrong—but that’s just not the truth. Here's a look at the different types of fishing boats.

a few of the different types of fishing boats out on the water

Center Console Boats:

Center console boats are a popular choice…

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Christmas in July is a popular tradition in many parts of the world, and West Palm Beach is no exception. This year, The Square will be hosting a special Christmas in July event on July 22nd and 23rd.

From 4:00 PM to 6:00 PM on each day, Santa will be on the lawn for photos and to hear children's Christmas wishes. There will also be a special Christmas tree lighting ceremony on July 22nd at 5:00 PM.

And of course, no Christmas event would be complete without shopping. The Square has a variety of stores and boutiques that will be open for Christmas in July, so you can start your holiday shopping early.

If you're looking for a fun and festive way to celebrate Christmas in July, be sure to head to The Square in West Palm Beach this weekend.

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Brunch is a popular Sunday late morning meal often accompanied by alcoholic drinks and great friends. Luckily for us living in Palm Beach County there are plenty of great brunch spots to meet up with family and friends. 

Many of Northern Palm Beach County area eateries are located on the water with outdoor seating and a water view.  

Here are just some of the Best Brunch Spots in Northern Palm Beach County. 

Berry Fresh Café: Jupiter

The Food Shack: Jupiter

The Dive Bar: Jupiter

Calaveras Cantina: Jupiter

The Woods: Jupiter

The Jupiter Grill: Jupiter

Square Grouper: Jupiter

Guanabana’s: Jupiter

Lucky Shuck: Jupiter

Topside at the Beacon: Jupiter

Schooner’s: Jupiter

Waterway Café: Palm Beach Gardens

The…

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The Everglades is a vast and unique ecosystem located in South Florida. It is home to a wide variety of plants and animals, including alligators, snakes, birds, and fish. It also offers a plethora of outdoor activities such as airboat rides, hiking, and fishing. If you live in Palm Beach County, you can make the short ride down to the Everglades, which is a must visit for any residents or visitors of Florida.

If you are planning a one-day trip to the Everglades from Palm Beach County, here is a suggested itinerary:

Itinerary

  • Start your day by driving to the Ernest Coe Visitor Center down in Homestead. This is the main visitor center for the Everglades National Park and a great place to learn about the park's history and ecology.
  • From the…

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Welcome to the Ultimate Guide to the Best Beaches in South Florida. In this in-depth guide, we’ll dive into the sun-drenched shores that define the tropical paradise of South Florida. From Dog Beach in Jupiter to the vibrancy of Miami, the tranquil sands in the Keys, and the picturesque stretches along the Southern Gulf Coast, South Florida is heaven-on-earth for beach lovers. Florida has some of the most pristine sands, turquoise waters, and diverse coastal landscapes in the country. Whether you seek bustling beachfront towns, secluded getaways, or family-friendly shores, this guide to the best beaches South Florida has to offer will unveil the iconic locations and hidden treasures that define South Florida's beach culture.

an aerial image of one of the best beaches in South Florida

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Palm Beach County is home to a wide variety of architectural styles, each with its own unique charm. From the Spanish Revival mansions of the Gilded Age to the modern beach houses of today, there is something for everyone to appreciate.

Here are some of the most popular architectural styles found in Palm Beach County homes:

Spanish Revival

Spanish Revival architecture was popular in Palm Beach County during the early 20th century, and many of these homes can still be found today. This style is highlighted by its stucco walls, red-tiled roofs, and arched windows and doorways. Spanish Revival homes often have a courtyard or patio, and they may also feature decorative elements such as wrought iron balconies and railings.

Mediterranean Revival

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The West Palm Beach GreenMarket has been named the best farmers market in the nation for the third consecutive year by USA Today. The market, which is held every Saturday from October to April, features over 125 vendors selling anything from locally grown produce, fresh meats/poultry, baked goods, prepared foods, to handcrafted goods such as clothes and accessories.

The GreenMarket is a popular destination for both locals and tourists of West Palm Beach. It is estimated that over one million people visit the market each year. It is a major economic driver for the city of West Palm Beach, generating over $10 million in annual sales.

The success is due to a number of factors, including the high-quality vendors, its family-friendly atmosphere, and its…

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Palm Beach County is a paradise for nature lovers. With its turquoise waters and abundant marine life, it's no wonder that snorkeling is one of the most popular activities for both visitors and locals. With many options to choose from, this short list below will hopefully help you decide where you might snorkel this weekend in Palm Beach County.

Peanut Island

Located near the Lake Worth Inlet, Peanut Island is a well-known spot for snorkeling enthusiasts. Its shallow waters are home to a variety of fish species, including snappers, parrotfish, and angelfish. Explore the waters near the man-made reef that thrive with marine life.

John D. MacArthur Beach State Park

Head to John D. MacArthur Beach State Park. This protected area boasts a pristine…

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