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Postcard-Perfect Florida Beaches (with Plenty of Room to Spread Out)

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We don’t want to brag, but The Palm Beaches are home to the best beaches in South Florida. (After all, “Beaches” is in our name.) Nearly 30 tropical beach parks span 47 miles along the Atlantic Ocean, from Jupiter Beach to Boca Raton – and we have a beach to fit your every mood.
Searching for seclusion? Relax on the remote beaches of Ocean Cay Park in Jupiter, or at the elevated, park-like Atlantic Dunes Park in Delray Beach. Those looking for entertainment can stroll the promenade at Singer Island Municipal Beach or stand on the famous pier at Lake Worth Municipal Beach. For a day at the beach with a side of history, head to Peanut Island, where a former Cold War bunker for John F. Kennedy still exists.
Active pursuits include spotting manatees at Loggerhead Park in Juno Beach (don’t miss the real loggerheads at nearby Loggerhead Marinelife Center, a sea turtle conservation center) or playing on the pristine shore at John D. MacArthur Beach State Park in North Palm Beach. Families will find gentle, kid-friendly waters at Carlin Park in Jupiter and Red Reef Park in Boca Raton.
When you’re ready to hit the water, favorite snorkeling spots in The Palm Beaches include Coral Cove Park in Tequesta and the Underwater Snorkel Trail at Phil Foster Park in Riviera Beach, where you’re likely to spot stingrays, giant starfish and submerged sculptures of sharks, mermaids and more.
Explore all of our sandy shores and find your perfect beach.

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Loggerhead Park

Loggerhead Park
14200 U.S. Highway One
Juno Beach, FL 33408

R. G. Kreusler Park

R. G. Kreusler Park
2695 South Ocean Boulevard
Palm Beach, FL 33480