Best Beaches To Visit In Our Area

Ali Kane
Posted by Ali Kane
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Palm Beach County is home to more than 47 miles of the Atlantic shoreline and beaches. From southern Palm Beach County to northern Palm Beach County there are more than 26 public beaches for you to sit out and enjoy the ocean breeze, sand, and sun.

Here is a list of just some of the best beaches in our area.

Boynton Beach Oceanfront Park- Boynton Beach

A boardwalk, canopy-covered walkways, and a large sea turtle sculpture welcome everyone to the beach park. Besides the sand and ocean, the oceanfront park offers lounge chair rentals, a playground, and a concession stand are available.

Coral Cove Park – Tequesta

Coral Cove is known for great snorkeling, seeing sea turtles and great fishing. The park is conveniently located near the intracoastal waterway and near the Jupiter Inlet.

John D MacArthur State Park – North Palm Beach

The state park is located on a barrier island and features nearly two- miles of sand and numerous water activities. Come and swim, snorkel in the ocean or head to the park and kayak, canoe, hike, or visit the Nature Center. John D. MacArthur State Park also features picnic tables, barbeque grills, playgrounds and more.

Jupiter Beach Park – Jupiter

Located at the Jupiter Inlet the beach park is to small lagoons, a jetty, pavilion access, picnic tables and restrooms.

Juno Beach Park – Juno Beach

Enjoy the views of the ocean from the 990-foot fishing pier that is known for great saltwater fishing.

Other great beaches in Palm Beach County include:

Lake Worth Beach – Lake Worth

Delray Beach Municipal Beach – Delray Beach

Ocean Reef Park – Riviera Beach/ Singer Island

Peanut Island Park – Riviera Beach

Phil Foster Park – Riviera Beach / Singer Island

Red Reed Park – Boca Raton


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