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With summer around the corner and beaches, attractions and other places beginning to open up in Palm Beach County, we have gathered a list of some of our favorite trails throughout the area for you to explore the great outdoors.

Whether you’re into biking, hiking, walking, running or just want to explore, here is a list of some of the best trails to explore in our area.

The Lake Trail – Palm Beach

Bike, jog or walk along the intracoastal and Lake Trail on Palm Beach Island. The pathway takes you by elegant Palm Beach mansions and the blue water. The palm tree lined pathway leads to the iconic Worth Avenue filled with great shopping and restaurants.

Riverbend Park – Jupiter

The park is comprised of the historic headwaters of the

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The Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse and Museum announced last week that it will begin to reopen and allow visitors to start climbing the lighthouse tower steps this Saturday, May 30th.

Guests can also start to enjoy the historic grounds, climbing the 1860’s lighthouse tower 105 steps and visit the lighthouse gift shop. The Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse and Museum is opening in a few phases.

The reopening this Saturday is part of Phase One. The Lighthouse and Museum will have limited hours and limited days. The hours of operation are Thursday through Sunday, 10 am to 4 pm with the last grounds admission being at 3 pm.

The Lighthouse and Museum will also host two Members Only days prior to the opening. On Thursday, May 28th and Friday, May 29th the

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Many of us are continuing to stay home and continue to isolate and other are looking for some fun things to do and still practice social distancing.

Many attractions in Palm Beach County have reopened for visitors and rules and regulations are set in place to keep your safe, healthy, and distant from each other.

Here are some Palm Beach Country attractions to do while social distancing.

Lion Country Safari

Lion Country Safari has ranked in the Top 10 attractions in the country for many years. The safari opened its drive through safari two weeks ago and you can drive through the safari in your car as many times as you wish in one day for the price of admission. You need to purchase you tickets online and in advance and tickets can be used for

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Good news for beach goers, Martin County will open its beaches to nonresidents starting today, Wednesday, May 20th. Previously, beaches in Martin County have been opened since May 8th to residents only.

For the past few weeks, there were electric signs posted saying that deputies would be checking ID’s and addresses to make sure beach goers lived in Martin County. During this time, Hobe Sound Beach remained closed due to its close proximity to Palm Beach County but is now open for visitors.

Palm Beach County opened their beaches with no restrictions on Monday, May 18th. The decision to reopen the beaches to all comes as Broward County and Miami-Dade County entered into Phase One of Reopening Florida on Monday. Broward County beaches will remain

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Over the weekend, Florida officials met with Palm Beach County officials to address reopening guidelines and orders for recreational facilities, businesses, and parks. Since the discussions, The Town of Jupiter has reopened more parks and facilities including dog parks.

Other town parks and natural areas have been open for a few weeks now under previous executive orders and will continue to operate under the established safety and social distancing guidelines. The new executive order went into effect as of yesterday and more parks and recreational facilities were allowed to open following safety guidelines and social distancing.

Jupiter Parks Now Open Under the new order include:
• Cinquez Dog Park
• F.I.N.D. Park
• Park pavilions (Jupiter

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Good news for Floridians, Governor DeSantis announced last week that the entire state of Florida will begin to enter the full Phase One of reopening the state and its economy, getting one step closer at getting life back to normal.

As more things begin to open in Florida, you are still asked to follow the CDC guidelines for social distancing and wear a face mask to keep the spread of COVID-19 numbers down.

Here is what is open in Palm Beach County and the state:


Food establishments may increase their indoor capacity to 50% instead of 25% with the proper social distancing and outdoor seating is encouraged.

Retail Stores

Stores are allowed to operate at 50% capacity indoors.

Libraries and Museums

Museums and libraries are

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At the end of April, Palm Beach County Commissioners and Governor DeSantis met to discus the reopening of Palm Beach County.  That day, April 29th, golf courses, marinas, boat ramps, community pools, tennis courts, parks and other recreational got permission to start opening with restrictions.  Beaches and beach parks still remain closed in Palm Beach County. 

The county and golf course professionals are taking steps to keep golfers safe on the golf course and to keep COVID-19 counts down in Palm Beach County. For golfers who have been itching to get back on the golf course, please note the restrictions set in place to keep everyone safe. 

Golf Course Restrictions:

  • Golfers are not allowed to touch the flagsticks
  • Play is set for walking,
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In a meeting held by Governor DeSantis yesterday, that he plans on opening up Florida to all professional sports teams that want to resume activity. 

DeSantis said” all professional sports are welcome here for practicing and for playing”. The conference was held yesterday afternoon in Tallahassee. DeSantis also mentioned that “if you have a team in a area that won’t let you practice, we’ll find a place for you here in Florida”. 

The news is coming a month after Florida Division of Emergency Management agreed that professional sports are considered an essential service and were allowed to resume play in Florida, provided they are closed to the general public.  The governor made a comment stating that while professional sports might not necessarily

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Over the past few days and weeks, Palm Beach County has been taking steps to enter into Phase One of Reopening Florida. Like Palm Beach County, many nearby counties have reopened restaurants; parks, community pools, tennis courts, golf courses and some have reopened their beaches. 

As of know, Palm Beach County beaches remain closed but there is going to be a meeting this Friday, May 15th to discuss the possibility of reopening beaches in Palm Beach County as early as next week. 

During a meeting last Friday, May 8th, county commissioners made the decision in a 4-3 vote during the special board meeting. County commissioners will meet again this Friday, May 15th to finalize the final decision. 

If voted yes, the beaches in Palm Beach County could

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A portion of Town Center Boulevard in Jupiter will be closed and restaurants of Downtown Abacoa are joining together to host Open-Air Dining Weekend beginning this Friday, May 15th.  Town Center Boulevard will be closed for four consecutive weekends for the event. 

The restaurants are joining together to host the new event. Tables and chairs will be lining the street of Abacoa’s Town Center between Crescent Drive and Edna Hibel Drive.  The tables will be spread out to create a nice enjoyable outdoor dining experience while still keeping distance.  Tables will be set up six feet apart and no more than ten people can be placed at one table. 

Open Air Dining Weekends will be held from 4 pm to 10 pm on Friday, May 15th through Sunday, May 17th,

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