"America’s First Resort Destination,” Palm Beach County offers natural treasures that are as pure as they were a hundred years ago. This year is the perfect time to explore and find adventure at natural attractions throughout the Palm Beaches. Visitors to Palm Beach County enjoy what the locals have long appreciated; 47 miles of beaches, 125 miles of waterways, 170 golf courses, 27 family friendly attractions, and 63 parks and eco-sites.
Anywhere you turn around in The Palm Beaches, you see a waterway, they're just about everywhere. And if you have a boat, access to a day on the water is just a ramp away. Spend that time on Lake Okeechobee, along one of the canals, Lake Worth Lagoon, or out at sea.
You could also spend daylong deep-sea fishing in the Atlantic Ocean, pleasure boating on the blue waters of the Intracoastal Waterway, snorkeling among the coastline reefs, and parasailing over sunny beaches. By canoe or kayak, see Florida’s wetlands unfold along the State’s only nationally designated wild and scenic river, the Loxahatchee. Whatever you like to do on the water, you can do it in Palm Beach. Information provided by Palm Beach County Convention and Visitors Bureau Photo By Kevwhelan's Photostream