Unique Golf, Great Camping. Enjoy birdies and birdwatching or camp with full-range facilities and under the stars.
Another of The Palm Beaches small residential communities. If you like golf, nearby you’ll find Park Ridge Golf Course, certified by Audubon International as a cooperative sanctuary. This means that they’re committed to environmental stewardship through minimizing the potentially harmful impacts of golf operations. Park Ridge offers one of the most unique golfing experiences in the state. Even the most well-versed golfers will be put to the test with the varied terrain and elevation changes on this course.
Wycliffe Golf & Country Club is another hotspot for golfers looking to get their fix. Whether you’re a seasoned golfing pro or an amateur, Wycliffe has something for everyone. You’ll have two premier championship 18-hole golf courses to choose from, each with distinctive topography but mutually blissful views. Afterwards, luxuriate with a rejuvenating massage at the country club. Or dine on one of many fresh new creations from Certified Executive Chef Michael J. Schenk, like lightly charred fish or a crisp Farmhouse Salad. Of course, no post-golf meal would be complete without an ice-cold Arnold Palmer in hand as well.
And for those who enjoy camping, John Prince Memorial Park is a full-range facility close at hand. Located next to Osborne and Square Lake, this little campsite is perfect for the whole family. You won’t have to go far for amenities like groceries or bathrooms, and there’s a hospital just down the street. There are enough activities to keep you busy as well. You’ll have access to several trails, a boardwalk, a playground and mini waterpark and a picnic area, just to name a few. But it’s also the perfect area to simply kick back and enjoy a book or do some bird watching.
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