5 Things to do in North Palm Beach, FL

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The village of North Palm Beach is home to excellent boating, fishing, and golf opportunities.


North Palm Beach Country Club

North Palm Beach Country Club features an award-winning Jack Nicklaus-style par 71 course that opened in 2006. A links-style course, it is only one of two Nicklaus Signature Municipal courses in America, offing a beautiful setting with manicured greens and the shimmering waters of the Intracoastal Waterway. Other features of the course include varying elevations and sweeping fairways, catering to not only the professional golfer but also the beginner.

Brass Ring Pub

Located in North Palm Beach, The Brass Ring Pub has been family-owned and operated since 1986 and has been voted #1 Burgers in Palm Beach County by the Palm Beach Post. To ensure only the highest quality, burgers are shaped by hand and cooked directly in front of patrons on a grilled heated by lava rocks. A variety of toppings are available, such as lettuce, tomato, onion, and most people enjoy fries as a side dish. Brass Ring Pub is a popular place to watch sports, as they offer eight TVs, pool tables, and a jukebox. The fried clam strips and chicken wings have also run awards for their excellence.

John D. MacArthur State Park

John C. MacArthur State Park is the only state barrier reef in Palm Beach County, preserved for years and many more to come. Stretching about two miles, the Park offers opportunities for swimming, snorkeling, and fishing in the sparkling waters of the Atlantic Ocean. Other amenities include the Nature and Welcome Center, Beach Outfitters Gift Shop, Kayak Rentals (independent kayaks or tours are available), playground for kids, walking and nature paths, and areas for picnics. There are also periodic Under Moonlight concerts at the amphitheater from 7 to 9pm.


The only tropical sports bar in the Palm Beaches, Frigates is a waterfront restaurant situated in beautiful North Palm Beach. There are a total of 22 flat screen TVs, as well as one huge 80-inch HD TV at the popular Tiki Bar. Since it’s located directly on the water, there are 500 feet of docks available for those with boats to pull right up. Many locals rave about the delicious fish tacos, as well as the brownie crisp dessert – a local favorite with a warm brownie, ice cream, hot fudge, and whipped cream.

Bert Winters & Juno Beach Park

Just north of North Palm Beach, Bert Winters Park is located in Juno Beach, nestled along the shimmering waters of the Intracoastal Waterway. It offers two boat launching ramps with docks, restrooms, playground, tennis courts, baseball fields, and picnic areas, as well as canoe and kayaking access. Just down the road is the Juno Beach Park, another popular stop among locals, who rave about the park’s cleanliness and its friendliness towards dogs; in fact, people with dogs drive from hours away just to visit. Another great aspect of the park is that parking is free.


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