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Palm Beach County is home to the John D MacArthur Beach State Park, the only state park located within the county.  The park was established in 1989 and its purpose is to protect Florida’s southeast coast.

The park is located in North Palm Beach and is situated between the Lake Worth Lagoon and the Atlantic Ocean. The park is home to more than seven species of plants, more than 22 species of animal’s roam throughout the park and features more than 438 acres of natural environment.

An Estuary is located within the northern section of the park and features an Anastacia Limestone Rock Reef that was formed more than 125,00 years ago. The reef is mostly made of limestone and is one of Palm Beach County’s best snorkeling spots.

The State Park offers a

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Mother’s Day is an annual holiday that is celebrated on the second Sunday in May. The day is to celebrate and honor mothers, a tradition that dates back to the early 1900’s. The first known Mother’s Day was celebrated on May 9th 1914, when President Woodrow Wilson declared the day and asked Americans to give a public ‘thank you’ to their mothers and all mothers.

Mother’s Day is this Sunday, May 9th and several local restaurants in Palm Beach County are hosting a special Mother’s Day Brunch to honor all mothers. Reservations are recommended at all restaurants.

  • Elisabetta’s Ristorante: West Palm Beach
  • III Forks Prime Steakhouse: Palm Beach Gardens
  • Farmer’s Table: North Palm Beach
  • Pistache: West Palm Beach
  • Café Boulud: Palm Beach
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Restaurants worth the drive to Palm Beach, North Palm Beach, or Palm Beach Gardens. Here in Southern Florida restaurants come and go, but good ones stick around! Try at a couple eateries and decide for yourself.

Northeasterners may already be familiar with Almond, which has restaurants in the Flatiron district and Bridgehampton (in Southampton, Long Island), and is known for its artisanal French-influenced comfort cuisine and ethnic street food. Now the style isle of Palm Beach has a location opening. The address is 207 Royal Poinciana Way, Palm Beach. 561-355-5080 .  AlmondRestaurant.com.

Farmer’s Table in North Palm Beach just opened this Christmas with a sprawling 20,000 square-foot restaurant at the Village of North Palm Beach Country Club

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Palm Beach County is home to many indoor and outdoor activities, luxury hotels and spas, great shopping, numerous water sport activities, and many award-winning restaurants. When it comes to local bakeries, the area is no different. Scattered throughout northern Palm Beach County has many great local bakeries to choose from for the next big occasion, birthday, or just wanting something sweet to eat.

From the rows of cakes, cupcakes, danish’s, cookies, and breads here are just some of the best local bakeries to try in northern Palm Beach County.

Nothing Bundt Cakes: Palm Beach Gardens

The Baked Vegan Bakery: Palm Beach Gardens

Tulipan Bakery: North Palm Beach

Hello Cupcake: West Palm Beach

Ganache Bakery: West Palm Beach

Carmine’s

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Jupiter and several other beach towns in Palm Beach County and Martin County have made the list for the 50 Best Beach Towns To Live In according to WalletHub. The survey and study was conducted in June 2020 that compared and rated beach towns across the United States.

Every beach town has its pros and cons, and the ratings were based on six categories for the study. The categories were weather, safety, affordability, education, health, and quality of life. The towns and cities ranged in population and most cities and towns on the list are in the state of California or Florida. Palm Beach County and Martin County has a few beach towns that have made the list.

Best Beach Towns on the list in Palm Beach County and Martin County include:

North Palm

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Palm Beach County is home to several activities and things to do, besides the 47 miles of pristine sandy beaches, warm weather, and sunshine. Palm Beach County is home to miles and miles of great outdoor adventure trails for walking, running, hiking, horseback riding, and biking for the explorers in the family to try.

Outdoor Adventures in Palm Beach County to Try:

Cypress Creek Natural Area

The Jeaga Wildways, is a system of multi-use trails that connects 165,000 acres of public land in northwestern Palm Beach County. The trails are often used by walkers, hikers, bicyclists, and equestrians to explore some of the area’s most scenic natural trails. The Cypress Creek South Natural Area connects to Jupiter’s Riverbend Park where you can explore

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Make your way to the waterfront this Saturday night for the 26th Annual Palm Beach Holiday Boat Parade. The boat parade starts from the Lake Worth Lagoon in North Palm Beach and makes its way north to the Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse. Hundreds of boats have already registered and are preparing to be all decked out with holiday lights, decorations, and music.

The Palm Beach Holiday Boat Parade is the largest public holiday event in Palm Beach County. Thousands of spectators line the waterway to view the holiday cheer from their waterfront homes, waterfront restaurants, numerous parks, and public areas along the water.

The Boat Parade is led by fireworks, so you will know when the parade is getting closer to your viewing location. For the past 21 years,

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Living in Florida has its many benefits such as the year-round sunshine, never being more than an hour from the beach, perfect weather, numerous outdoor activities, and great restaurants that you can bring your boat or eat outside to name a few and Palm Beach County is no different.

In these times, it’s no surprise that diners want to be able to go out and enjoy the open air for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Here is a guide of just some of the best restaurants in Palm Beach County that you can eat outside.

Papichulos Tacos: Jupiter

The Bistro: Jupiter

Dive Bar: Jupiter

Copacabana Cuban Cuisine: Jupiter

Chowder Heads: Jupiter

Guanabanas: Jupiter

Juno Beach Café: Juno Beach

The River House: Palm Beach Gardens

Waterway Café:

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Living in sunny Palm Beach County has its many benefits, one of them is being able to take your boat out to grab something to eat. Many restaurants are located on the water for your convenience to stop by before heading out to the ocean for some great fishing or just a normal cruise around the intracoastal. These local restaurants offer everything from seafood, pasta, burgers, sushi, tacos, and much more.

Here is a list of just some of the best places to arrive by boat to grab something to eat.

Square Grouper: Jupiter

Jetty’s Waterfront Restaurant: Jupiter

U-tiki Beach: Jupiter

Dive Bar: Jupiter

Guanabanas: Jupiter 

Café Des Artistes: Jupiter

Calaveras Cantina: Jupiter

The Woods: Jupiter

Seasons 52: Palm Beach Gardens

The

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The warm summer days and nights are coming to an end for most of the country, but luckily for us in here in South Florida, the sunshine and warm weather makes it feel like summer everyday of the year.

Throughout our area, there is plenty of unique and delicious ice cream shops and parlors for the perfect afternoon or nightly snack. From the brightly colored walls, rows of sweets and cookies, delicious milkshakes, and the fresh smell of waffle cones and sprinkles, here is some of the best Ice Cream Shops.

Palm Beach Ice Cream: Located in Jupiter and Tequesta

Kilwin’s Chocolates and Ice Cream: Several locations throughout the County

3 Scoops Ice Cream: Jupiter

Coral Cones: Jupiter

Matty’s Gelato Factory: Juno Beach

Sloan’s: Palm Beach

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