Palm Beach County at a Glance
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Why Live in Palm Beach County?
Named after one of the area's oldest settlements, Palm Beach County is a popular destination because of its beaches and pleasant weather. Even since the 19th century, Palm Beach County has been a hot spot for development activity; in the late 1800s with the extension of the railroad, new hotels like The Breakers in Palm Beach and Henry Flagler's winter estate Whitehall (now the Flagler Museum) were constructed as winter retreats for the wealthy.
Today, Palm Beach County continues to be a popular vacation destination for visitors and a primary home, winter retreat, or retirement destination for residents.
Spotlights of Palm Beach County
Parks & Recreation
If you're craving an adventure on the water, you have several options. The Atlantic Ocean is the crown jewel of outdoor recreation in Palm Beach County, with the Intracoastal Waterway following close behind. Another recreation destination, which is popular for fishing and boating, is Lake Okeechobee in the western part of the county.
Shopping & Dining
Worth Avenue in Palm Beach is an upscale shopping district that has been a landmark since 1938. Other major shopping centers include CityPlace in West Palm Beach (which is known for its collection of restaurants and bars), Mizner Park in Boca Raton, Palm Beach Outlets in West Palm Beach, and Boynton Beach Mall in Boynton Beach.
Palm Beach County is known for its natural preserves, historic sites, and gardens. Take a camera and spend a few hours exploring the Ann Norton Sculpture Gardens in West Palm Beach, Morikami Museum & Japanese Gardens in Delray Beach, and the Palm Beach County History Museum (a former 1916 courthouse) in West Palm Beach.
Palm Beach County Beaches
Spend time soaking up the sunshine and relaxing on the warm sand in Palm Beach County. This area of Florida is home to incredible beaches, including Lake Worth Beach, Ocean Reef Park in Riviera Beach, Coral Cove Park in Tequesta, and John D. MacArthur State Park in North Palm Beach.
Nightlife & Entertainment
Whether you're looking for a late-night destination near the water or inland, you'll find plenty of nightlife options in Palm Beach County. Palm Beach, especially, boasts numerous bars, nightclubs, cocktail lounges, and music venues.
Palm Beach County Attractions
Palm Beach County Quick Facts
Travel & Commute
Mean Commute Time (2015): 25 min.
Public Transit: Palm Tran buses
Airport: Palm Beach International Airport
Major Highways: I-95, Florida Turnpike (toll), US-98
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Palm Beach County Real Estate Resources
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