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Now, with the cool weather, here it's the perfect time to plan your next camping trip with your family. Here are a few of the best places to go camping in Palm Beach County. 

Lion Country Safari

Lion Country Safari's KOA campground opened in November 1983. The Travel Channel named it “One of the World’s Top Ten Richest RV Parks” for the experience of sleeping yards from wild animals at Lion Country Safari’s drive-through safari. Campers can hear lions roar and siamangs hoot throughout the day!

Where: 2000 Lion Country Safari Rd, Loxahatchee, FL 33470

John Prince Park Campground

John Prince Park Campground in Lake Worth offers distinctly local vibes and a mix of tent and RV camping on the banks of idyllic Lake Osborne. Spend the days

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With cooler weather here, now is the perfect time for you and your family can enjoy a tour of the manatee lagoon with a knowledgeable guide who will provide insight and information about manatees and the South Florida ecosystem in general. Tours can last anywhere from 30 minutes to an hour. Guides can adjust the length of time for private tours to accommodate large group schedules, but cannot provide that option on public tours.

When: Tuesday through Saturdays (no tours on Sundays)

Private Tours

Private tours starting at 10:30 a.m. are offered for groups with 10 or more people. Advance registration is required to ensure the availability of Manatee Masters guides. 

Public Tours

Public tours are offered for individuals or groups with less

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The Hobe Sound Nature Center is perfect for South Floridians looking to learn more about their local flora and fauna. The Center is a private, non-profit organization whose mission is to bring environmental education and awareness to the local community.

The Nature Center

The Nature Center was opened by a Jupiter Island couple in 1973 to help educate people of all ages about Florida's fragile ecosystems and environment. It has a 30+ year partnership with the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service which allows it to conduct educational programs on site, while the service provides and maintains the facility.

In the 80s the Center created the "Friends of the Nature Center" to help gain support and encourage people to make an effort in helping with the

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There’s nothing better than bringing your kids to a day at the zoo. It’s something they will love and learn from without even realizing it. If you live in South Florida, there are a lot of options. Here are a few of our favorite South Florida zoos to visit with your kids.

Jungle Island

Not only does Jungle Island have tons of animals and plants to see, but the location is also home to Miami’s only private beach. Parrot Cove is the ultimate tropical beach playground with phenomenal views of both Biscayne Bay and the downtown Miami skyline. The cost to visit Parrot Cove is included in Jungle Island admission; however, an all-day pass to use Rainforest Riptide is $15 per person. Rainforest Riptide is a huge water playground with tons of fun for the

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The Cinépolis Luxury Cinema in Jupiter is a hybrid location that offers two auditorium concepts in one place, “Cinépolis Luxury Cinemas” and “Cinépolis.” With the weather we’re experiencing in South Florida, Cinépolis is a great option if you are looking for something to do.

The theater’s “Cinépolis Luxury Cinema” offers guests a luxury movie-going experience with fully reclining leather seats and in-theater waiter service and dining with full bar, available at the touch of a button. With the push of a button, luxury cinema guests enjoy ‘at-your-seat’ waiter service. From gourmet appetizers to restaurant quality entrées, guests of our luxury cinemas experience movie-going at its finest. These locations offer a full bar of wines, spirits, and beers

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If you have kids in Stuart or Jupiter, take a trip to 76 Golf World!

76 Golf World features two miniature golf courses plus an extensive array of fun attractions, including a driving range, go-karts, batting cages, bounce houses, a zip line, and other attractions, you can spend an hour or spend the day. The memories are yours to keep. The fun never stops!

76 Golf World never charges for admission and even has free parking. You can also go at night as it is open until 11pm so you can bring your kids over after the movies so they can get some energy out at the arcade or you can hit some balls at the driving range. Either way, you are sure to have fun.

Go-Karts at 76 Golf World are a favorite among kids, it can also make a great place to host a

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Stuart has many outdoor parks that are perfect for you and your kids to go to and enjoy, especially now that the weather is so nice.

Flagler Park

Flagler Park has basketball courts, grills, a fishing pier, and a playground with everything a kid could want. The park, like all those in Stuart, is well maintained.

Where: 201 SW Flagler Ave, Stuart, FL 34994.

Kiwanis Youth Park

Kiwanis Youth Park is specifically designed with a kid-safe playground, it is the perfect place to introduce your child to local kids so they play together while you and the other parents mingle.

Where: 1-99 SE 5th St, Stuart, FL 34994

Sandsprit Park

Sandsprit Park is located at the entrance to the Manatee Pocket. The park is an amazing place to visit to

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Golf is a great sport to get your kids into, especially if you live in the Palm Beaches. There are a variety of courses in the area that accommodate junior golfing. There are five notable public facilities for junior golfers new to the sport: Okeeheelee Golf Course in West Palm Beach, Park Ridge Golf Course in Lake Worth, Southwinds Golf Course in Boca Raton, Osprey Point Golf Course in Boca Raton, and the John Prince Golf Learning Center in Lake Worth.

Park Ridge Golf

Park Ridge Golf is one of most unique golf courses in South Florida, Park Ridge golf courses offer elevation changes like nowhere else in the area. Built by Palm Beach County and the Solid Waste Authority on a retired landfill, Park Ridge tops 85 feet at its highest point. The

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Here are a few of our favorite outdoor activities in the Palm Beaches

Paddle Boarding

The Palm Beaches has 125 miles of tropical waterways, so treating him to a paddle board or a kayak is a sure-fire hit. There are many places to go kayaking or paddling, including the Jupiter Inlet, Lake Worth and sections of the Intracoastal Waterway. You can rent the needed gear at places like Jupiter Outdoor Center, Kayak Lake Worth, and Blueline Surf and Paddle Co.

Explore Nature

There’s a huge selection of 85 parks in the Palm Beaches, all of which are just a drive away, including the popular Okeeheelee Park, Carlin Park and Riverbend Park to beautifully secluded gems of Ocean Ridge Hammock Park,  Oceanfront Beach Park and Lake Ida West Park.

Go

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On display now until April 19th, 2020, The South Florida Science Center is treating Palm Beach County to the world of superheroes with their newest exhibit - Hall of Heroes. They invite you to discover your inner super powers by immersing children and adults alike in challenging, highly-engaging interactive displays and tests, intriguing displays with props and costumes, replicas and artifacts from past and present motion pictures and television shows, and fascinating history and memorabilia.

People of all ages can learn how superheroes are created and understand the ideals of what it truly means to be heroic. Starting your journey in the ‘Identification Station’ guests will learn about, and get sorted into, one of the five disciplines that are the

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