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Royal Palm Beach

Royal Palm Beach

In Royal Palm Beach, Florida, scenic parks and protected lands create a pleasing place to be in nature.

The Palm Beaches are a vast place, with tremendous landscapes and startling beauty. As you travel west to adventure through the Florida Everglades’ stunning scenery, Royal Palm Beach is a perfect place to begin. The inland village is about 15 miles from the Atlantic Ocean and a 30-minute drive from West Palm BeachLoxahatchee Groves is immediately to the west.

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Royal Palm Beach boasts nearly 350 acres of parks and expansive green spaces, including sporting destinations like Village Golf Club and Madison Green Country Club. Here the color blue is well-represented, too — as in 29 miles of glistening aquamarine waterways.

Spend a day at Royal Palm Beach Pines Natural Area for its native-to-Florida ecosystems — like mesic and wet flatwoods, hydric hammock, wet prairie, depression marsh and dome swamp — intertwining across nearly 800 acres. See Florida wildlife via the welcoming trail system, boardwalk and observation platform. Watch closely: You might spot bald eagles, great horned owls, southern cricket frogs, eastern box turtles, American kestrels and more wetlands creatures while you’re exploring.
Calypso Bay Waterpark offers towering waterslides, a winding “river” ride plus a splash-worthy interactive playground the whole family will love.
Royal Palm Beach restaurants delight with a mix of the freshest sushi, flavorful Mexican cuisine, NY-style pizza, classic Italian pasta dishes and more. Choose Asador Patagonia’s Tiki Bar for a tropical cocktail or malty brew as you gaze at waterfront view.


Once wild swampland and hunting grounds for Florida’s indigenous Seminole people, Royal Palm Beach is now a thriving urban center with around 40,000 residents. It was incorporated as a village in 1959.
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