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West Palm Beach Parks and Recreation


When the average temperature is 75 degrees and the landscape includes 45 miles of ocean shoreline, more than 70 parks, wildlife preserves, four large lakes and 160 golf courses, the only limit to adventure is your imagination.

Water sports are unparalleled in the area. Sailing, fishing (salt and freshwater), scuba diving, boating, water skiing and more can all be enjoyed. State and national parks provide the location for camping, hiking, biking, riding and even more.

Locations include J.W. Corbett Wildlife Management Area, Johnathan Dickinson State Park, Arthur R. Marshall Loxahatchee National Wildlife Refuge and John D. MacArthur Beach State Park. Palm Beach County is known as the golf capital of the world with more than 160 gorgeous golf courses, most of them available publicly for every level of play. The city of Palm Beach Gardens is the home to the Professional Golfers’ Association of America (PGA).

Important recreation contacts

Palm Beach County Parks & Recreation Department
2700 6th Avenue South
Lake Worth
(561) 966-6600

Palm Beach County Sports Commission
1555 Palm Beach Lakes Boulevard
Suite 1410
West Palm Beach
(561) 233-1015


City of West Palm Beach Department of Parks and Recreation
1100 Southern Boulevard
West Palm Beach
(561) 835-7025

Jupiter Parks & Recreation Department
210 Military Trail
(561) 741-2400

North Palm Beach Recreation Department
603 Anchorage Drive
Palm Beach
(561) 841-3386

Palm Beach Gardens Park & Recreation Department
4404 Burns Road
Palm Beach Gardens
(561) 630-1100

Riviera Beach Recreation Department
1621 West Blue Heron Boulevard
Riviera Beach
(561) 845-4070

Tequesta Parks & Recreation Department
399 Seabrook Road
(561) 575-1897

Southern Palm Beach County
Boynton Beach Recreation & Parks Department
100 East Boynton Beach Boulevard
Boynton Beach
(561) 742-6224

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