Businesses, restaurants, recreational facilities, parks, and beaches are starting to open in Palm Beach County with new ways to keep their employees, staff, and customers healthy. The unofficial start to summer has officially begun and here are just some activities and things to do that make Palm Beach County great.
Palm Beach County is home to more than 47 miles of pristine shoreline and 26 public beaches along the coastline. All non-municipal County beaches are open sunrise to sunset with no specific restrictions other than to keep socially distant and no congregating in groups of 10 people or more.
Boating, Snorkeling, Scuba Diving, Paddle Boarding
Being on the water is a favorite activity by many here in Palm Beach County. Given the new limitations on capacity for boat sizes, a trip out on the water might be perfect for you.
Nature Areas and Parks
There are more than 30 natural areas and parks in Palm Beach County with more than 50 miles of walking, hiking, biking, and jogging trails.
The Palm Beaches feature a variety of native wildlife sanctuaries, rehabilitation hospitals and animal parks for everyone to explore and enjoy.
There are more than 160 golf courses in the county, and they are all open for golfers to get out and play a quick round.
Palm Beach County is home to some of the best shopping malls, outdoor shopping and entertainment facilities, shopping districts and much more. Head to Palm Beach to the famous Worth Avenue or head to The Gardens Mall to shop.
Palm Beach County is home to numerous award-winning spas and medical spas to go visit and get a nice relaxing massage or to get your hair or nails done.
In 2016, The Palm Beaches was voted by Conde Nast Travelers reader’s as a “Top Food Destination” in the United States.