Where to Play Volleyball in the Palm Beaches
Volleyball is a favorite pastime in the Palm Beaches. It’s also a fun activity you can do while social distancing. Here are a few great places to play some volleyball in the South Florida sun.
Burt Reynolds Park
Burt Reynolds Park in Jupiter is located in northern Palm Beach County and houses the Jupiter Chamber of Commerce and the River Center. This 35.55-acre park runs laterally along 2000 feet of the Intracoastal Waterway. It includes a sand volleyball court, six ramps for boat launching for those boating enthusiasts. There are also plenty of picnic shelters, some including grills. Saltwater fishing is also allowed within the area.
Burt Reynolds Park in Jupiter is divided into two halves, East and West. The West-side hosts larger boats while the East side's boat launch capabilities are restricted by the US1 bridge south of the park. Amenities at Burt Reynolds Park on the East side are abundant with a lot of picnic areas with grills, lodging/pavilions, horseshoe pits, sand volleyball court, a playground, and a few restrooms.
Where: 800 U.S. Highway 1, Jupiter, Florida 33477
Carlin Park is a large beachfront area with so much to do you might have to come back for more. Play volleyball, tennis, softball and even bocce ball. Run or walk the exercise course that features multiple unique training stations.
Where: 400 S. S.R. A1A Jupiter, Florida 33477
Ocean Cay Park
Ocean Cay Park is a terrific beach for the whole family no matter what time of year. Plenty of open grassy space gives it a cozy, secluded feeling, but there's much to do. And, of course, with four sandy courts, it’s a great place to play some volleyball!
Where: 2188 Marcinski Road, Jupiter, Florida 33477