There are many family fun opportunities at the beaches and waterways in Palm Beach, FL. If you are looking to go to one of the many beaches in Palm Beach, FL you will have plenty to choose from. There is approximately 47 miles of shoreline on the Atlantic Ocean.
I enjoy snorkeling the clear blue waters throughout the county. When I am in the Northern part of Palm Beach I like to go to Coral Cove Park in Tequesta. There are reefs and rocks along with eels, sea turtles, and a variety of fish. Don’t be surprised if you even see a shark on occasion. If you travel just a few miles South you will arrive at Phil Foster Park located in Riviera Beach/Singer Island there is an underwater snorkeling trail as well as a boat launch and fishing pier.
If walking the beach and taking in the sites is more your style I suggest going to Phipps Ocean Park in the heart of Palm Beach, FL. Just walk North on the beach and you will get to see “Billionaires Row” This area is located between 1200 and 2200 South Ocean Shore Drive and has the most luxurious collection of Estate Homes in Palm Beach, FL property values range from 10 million dollars to 70 million dollars. el just a few miles South you will arrive at Phil Foster Park located in Riviera Beach/Singer Island there is an underwater snorkeling trail as well as a boat launch and fishing pier.
When I am in the Southern part of the county I go to Red Reef Park in Boca Raton,FL. You can take nature walks, snorkel, fish or just soak up the sun. No matter where you are in Palm Beach, FL there is a beach available to enjoy and experience outdoor adventure