There are a lot of fun, free activities for you and your family to do together in the Palm Beaches, here are some of our favorites.
Running along the western edge of Palm Beach, the Palm Beach Lake Trail is 5½-miles long. The trail affords both dramatic vistas and intimate peeks into some of the island’s most palatial properties. Along the way, you’ll pass landmarks like the Flagler Museum and a giant kapok tree originally brought here from the Amazon, as well as the backyards of stunning private homes.
Palm Beach County has 25 spectacular natural areas are open from sunrise to sunset, with free admission 365 days a year.
There’s no better place to go snorkeling than Phil Foster Park. Located beneath Blue Heron Bridge on a crystal-clear section of the Lake Worth Lagoon, this 800-foot artificial reef fosters an incredible variety of marine life, from sea turtles to manatees to tropical fish—all just a few feet from the shore.
Check Out Some Sea Turtles
Beautiful Juno Beach is the preferred nesting ground for scores of sea turtles each year, and Loggerhead Marinelife Center serves to conserve their habit and help the public safely discover these beloved reptiles. At the heart of the center is a full-service veterinary hospital where you can visit rehabilitating sea turtles.
Go to An Outdoor Concert
A hub of arts and culture in Delray Beach, historic Old School Square is home to museums, theaters and an open-air pavilion, which hosts a multitude of concerts and festivals throughout the year.
DuBois Park is a great shallow-water beach for kids and families to hang out, explore mangroves and relax in the sun.