It should come as no surprise that visiting the beach can have many benefits on your loved ones’ physical, mental, and emotional health. If your loved ones love heading outdoors, unwinding under the sun, and basking in the salt air, they will no doubt enjoy residing at Discovery Village At Palm Beach Gardens. Here, residents are only a few minutes’ drive away from world-class beaches that boast crystal clear waters and soft sands. Don’t know which beach to go to? No fret, as here’s our recommended list of beaches to visit in Palm Beach Gardens, FL.
Juno Beach Park
Located just 20 minutes away from Discovery Village At Palm Beach Gardens, Juno Beach Park is among families and individuals alike due to its number of amenities and large size. There are many picnic tables positioned around, so your loved ones can feel free to have their lunch here every once in a while. If your loved ones enjoy fishing, Juno Beach Park is the place to go to as the Pier offers a bait shop and concessions, alongside a variety of eateries. Since this Park has one of the best waves in the country, it’s not uncommon to see surfers, kiteboarders, and swimmers on a daily basis.
Jupiter Off-Leash Dog Beach
As a pet-friendly community, we actively encourage our residents to own pets as they are a great source of companionship and support. For loved ones who have pets, they can bring their furry friends to Jupiter Off-Leash Dog Beach, one of the few pet-friendly beaches in Florida. As its name suggests, the pets do not have to be collared here, so they’re free to run around and explore the beach. However, do remind your loved ones to be considerate and not to ruin the peace and serenity of other beach-goers. If the pet is aggressive or loud, it’s best to avoid bringing the pet along or to leash them instead.
Ocean Reef Park
Love snorkeling? Ocean Reef Park is a must-visit for you or your loved ones. Situated just 15 minutes away from Discovery Village At Palm Beach Gardens, Ocean Reef Park simply astounds with its beauty. Take a stroll along the boardwalk and if you’re lucky, you can notice the colorful reefs and vibrant marine life at high tide. During the weekends, the place is teeming with families as there are picnic tables available, a playground, and lifeguards situated around. The Park also has designated saltwater fishing areas that make for a great activity for your loved ones and their friends.
John D. MacArthur Beach State Park
Named after the American businessmen and philanthropist John D. MacArthur, this State Park is nestled on an Atlantic Ocean barrier island and is regarded as an environmental treasure. This place is popular for snorkeling, kayaking, swimming, and even simply beach walks along the sand dunes and boardwalk. During rough waves, visitors might even encounter some reef creatures such as reef squids and tropical fishes in the clear water.