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Spend The Day with Family At These Palm Beach Gardens Parks

March 02, 2021

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One of the many benefits of living in Old Palm Golf Club is the perfect, balmy weather found year-round courtesy of our ideal location in the Palm Beaches. Residents are able to take advantage of these natural oases and spend time with family and friends while continuing to be mindful of COVID-19 safety precautions.


Peanut Island Park 


Peanut Island Park is situated in the Intracoastal Waterway in Riveria Beach, Florida and is absolutely beloved by native South Floridians. Those interested in exploring this hot spot can either dock their own boat at the island's shoreline or hop on the Peanut Island Shuttle Boat for quick transport. Offering 80 acres of outdoor bliss, this natural attraction should be at the top of your list. There is something for all ages, ensuring a full day of fun outdoor activities and endless entertainment—including fishing, snorkeling, swimming in crystal-clear waters, picnic tables with grills to enjoy lunch while overlooking the infamous Florida landscaping, and even a natural trail that leads around the entire island! 


Dyer Park 


Located in West Palm Beach, Florida, Dyer Park is the ideal spot for those who are craving an outdoor adventure! This lush park has it all, offering mountain bike trails, rental bikes, baseball and softball fields, basketball courts, soccer fields, sandy volleyball courts, fun playgrounds, equestrian trails, youth golf learning center, and even a radio-controlled airplane area for model planes and drones! For those looking for water activities, visitors can take advantage of the snorkeling, canoeing, kayaking, and fishing areas! Past visitors have evaluated Dyer Park as the perfect place for family outings, exercising, and playing sports. 


Riverbend Park 


Riverbend Park offers gorgeous trails winding through beautiful landscaping in Jupiter, Florida. Known for its historic roots, this serene park has ties back to the Seminole War Battles. Visitors will appreciate the untouched land and get a glimpse into what the ancient Seminole Indians encountered when they settled here many years ago. Riverbend Park has over 10 miles of hiking and biking trails, seven miles of equestrian trails, and five miles of canoeing and kayaking trails—accommodating the entire family's entertainment preferences. Surround yourself with nature while walking parallel to the wild and scenic Loxahatchee River, or visit the Cracker Farmstead filled with historic exhibits such as the antique Goldens' Cane Mill. Don't miss out on this opportunity to appreciate South Florida's nature while learning about its history. 


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