The City of Atlantis located in Palm Beach County Florida, is home to the Atlantis Country Club and the Atlantis Golf Club. Atlantis Golf Club is known as one of the most aesthetically pleasing country club communities in the United States. With 834-acres, Atlantis holds a permanent community, JFK Medical Center and the surrounding doctor's offices have become the city's primary commercial industry.
Boasting the second largest freshwater lake within the continental U.S. The town of Belle Glade is known for its world-class fishing, boating with picturesque views, admirable largemouth bass and is often referred to as the gateway to Florida’s Everglades. Nearby Torry Island Campground and Marina offer fun-filled camping and outdoor adventure on Lake Okeechobee. Considered a 640 acre “Island Jewel” Torry island is rich with wildlife and historical treasures that offer an array of natural wonders and recreational activities for the outdoor enthusiast. Anglers and boaters have direct boating access to America’s Bass Fishing Capitol of the World that only Torry Island can deliver.
Boca Raton is the second-largest city in The Palm Beaches and located in the southernmost region of the County. The city covers 30 square miles and has five miles of pristine, golden beaches. Renowned Mizner Park's decorative walkways and fountains entice pedestrians to take leisurely strolls where various restaurants, cinemas and entertainment are enjoyed in a lush tropical atmosphere. The outdoor amphitheater at Mizner Park is the scene of numerous free concerts and various family recreational events throughout the year. Boca is also home to the Boca Museum of Art.
A tropical home town where the Atlantic and Florida’s Everglades meet, conveniently nestled in the coastal heart of Palm Beach County, Boynton Beach serves up waterfront dining, abundant shopping and lively entertainment. Its energetic downtown revival emanates from the busy Boynton Harbor Marina docks to the community’s historic heart and soul.
In the 1920s, the land now known as Briney Breezes was a strawberry farm owned by a Michigan lumberman. Around the time of the Great Depression, Ward Miller allowed tourists, who brought their trailers down from the North, to camp on his strawberry farm land. In 1958, Miller wanted to retire and made an offer to the campers to buy the land. The campers brought their assets together and the town was incorporated , complete with its own mayor and post office. There are only two mobile home parks in Florida which are incorporated towns. Briny Breezes was also used as the setting for the 2005 film In Her Shoes, and many of its residents served as extras in the movie.
Cloud Lake has the feel of a laid back retirement town. With four mostly traffic-less streets, about 50 houses, a town hall and a lake, small town charm is prevalent.
Delray Beach is one of the fastest growing towns in south florida. With an artsy downtown feel mixed in with decadent restaurants and elegant shops all within walking distance to the beach, Delray has something for everyone.
The town of Glen Ridge, Florida, is remarkable and picturesque with a superb bird sanctuary. The 100-acre Town of Glen Ridge, Florida, was developed in the 1940s and was incorporated in 1947. One of the smallest towns in Palm Beach County, Glen Ridge is a predominately residential town.
Ranked as the 4th highest-income place in the United States, this relaxing municipality encompasses roughly 542 acres and includes residential, agricultural and commercial properties surrounded by lush, green tropical landscaping
Located five miles from the Atlantic Ocean in Southeast Florida, the City of Greenacres the 8th largest city of the 38 municipalities in Palm Beach County. The City of Greenacres is a well-planned, safe, and attractive community, with an efficient and effective local government. The City has earned a “Tree City USA” designation for 21 consecutive years by the National Arbor Day Foundation and in 2007, 2008, 2010, 2011, and 2012 was recognized as one of the 100 Best Communities for young people by America’s Promise - The Alliance for Youth.
Gulf Stream is exclusively a residential and recreational town. Rich in Florida history, the Town began as a Polo community. Designated one of America’s historic and scenic highways, Gulfstream boasts the only remaining stretch of A1A where the Australian Pine Canopy can be seen. The original Phipps vision of a place providing its residents and visitors an understated elegant experience has been successfully maintained, architectural guidelines maintain the unique character of individual districts within the Town.
The Town of Haverhill was incorporated in 1950, and is located just minutes from downtown West Palm Beach, the Palm Beach International Airport, and great dining. Florida’s Turnpike and Interstate 95 are also a short drive away. Haverhill Park, a county park, allows Haverhill residents have the opportunity to take a leisurely walk, enjoy a day of barbequing, or watch the kids play baseball on the Tommy Plyler Baseball field. The Town of Haverhill sponsors the Annual Picnic and Dinner and A Movie Under the Stars. There is even an annual car show featuring classic cars. The Town prides itself on maintaining a good home-town atmosphere!
The Town welcomes you with a “main street” that is a beautiful tree-lined stretch of Florida’s state road A1A. Highland Beach is a residential community with a year-round population of 4,150 that doubles during the winter months by residents from the northern states. Our beaches also serve as critical nesting grounds for endangered sea turtles. From March 1 through October 31 each year, the turtles come to the shores and lay eggs along the beaches. Weeks later, the tiny hatchlings burst from the sand and make their way to the sea.
Hypoluxo nestled in the heart of Palm Beach County, Florida, on the shores of the Intracoastal Waterway. Home to the famed ‘Barefoot Mailman” Hypoluxo is rich in history for a small town. The town has two protected parks that are home to the endangered gopher tortoise. Residents may enjoy leisurely walks along the walking trails in the natural scrub brush area and also het a great view from the three story lookout tower.
Juno is a true adventurer’s town! With shipwrecks off the coast that date back to the 1500 and 1600’s, several biking trails, nature trails and fishing pier. There is a marine life center and absolutely breathtaking beaches.
Jupiter is a town that is not only rich in history but a fresh up and coming community that offers residence safety and unparalleled beauty. Family oriented, Jupiter has many activities, from spring training and games at Roger Dean Stadium, to many beautiful parks like the Blowing Rocks, Johnathan Dickinson, Bush Wildlife Sanctuary and the famed Jupiter inlet and the Jupiter Lighthouse. Jupiter has a fishing pier and the newly planned Riverwalk will give pedestrians the opportunity to stroll the scenic route past shops, restaurants and recreational areas. Following the 2.5-mile course along the beautiful Intracostal Waterway, the park will wind its way from the Jupiter Inlet to the Jupiter Ridge Natural Area.
Jupiter Inlet COLONY
The town of Jupiter Inlet Colony is full of wildlife and beautiful gardens. The beach is accessible from all of the homes in the community by taking a short walk across one of two custom brick walkways. Jupiter Inlet Colony has a community park and a private Beach Club located on the inlet. Jupiter Inlet Colony was ranked, in 2011, as the "Safest Town in Florida" in which to live, according to crime statistics reported by the Florida Department of Law Enforcement and the FBI!
Lake Clark Shores
From community Barbeques and waterway clean ups to neighborhood movie nights and even an annual bass fishing contest, Lake Clarke Shores offers its residents many activities and is a true family community. Somewhat unusual for a community of its size, the town maintains its own police force.
Often referred to as "The Jewel of the Palm Beaches" Lake Park features tropical, lush landscaping throughout the entire town, sails dancing in the breeze at the Marina. The close proximity of Phil Foster Park provides several recreational opportunities. With emphasis on boater access to the Intracoastal Waterway and Atlantic Ocean, a large pier and two smaller platforms offer anglers wonderful fishing. A guarded swimming beach provides the perfect place for bathers of all ages to enjoy the sun and fun. There is an underwater snorkeling trail at Phil Foster Park. This reef project design included ledges and small habitat spaces for fish, octopus, seahorse, and other sea life. Lake Park is a true water lover’s haven.
Lake Worth is truly the place “where the tropics begin” and the fun never ends. Lake Worth is a dynamic, multi-cultural city with a strong social and environmental consciousness. People are drawn to the city by its independent character, acceptance of different cultures and lifestyles, many historic structures, hip downtown, and distinctive residential neighborhoods. The city has a rich history and is protective of its historic architectural fabric. Over 1,000 historic buildings contribute to the human scale and charm of the downtown and residential areas. The City is the geographic and artistic center of Palm Beach County. The downtown is considered the artistic soul of Lake Worth with a historic theater and a museum, live music clubs, coffee houses, art galleries, antique malls, retail stores, and many restaurants.
Lantana, which still retains the charm of its origins as an old Florida fishing village. Boasts an eight-acre municipal beach with 745 feet of ocean frontage, open picnic areas, oceanfront pavilion, showers, restrooms, lifeguard station and playground area. Wonderful snorkeling off the small coral reef located feet from shore. The Town also has four parks which provide shaded picnic areas with playgrounds and restrooms; a recreation center with four tennis courts, four shuffleboard courts and a barbecue pavilion with a picnic area; and a two-acre boat launching facility capable of a four boat capacity with a parking area. Lantana is a true fishing, family community.
Town of Manalapan is a municipality of unparalleled beauty and exceptional quality of life. it remains a modest and peaceful community dedicated to maintaining exceptional levels of service, controlled development and a more conservative approach to government. The quaint Town of Manalapan continues to weather the pressures from large-scale developers. The Town Commission is absolutely committed to continue the vision of its founders who envisioned Manalapan as a residential community complementing its natural environment.
There are no identical tract houses here, no golf courses, chain restaurants or other hallmarks of suburban southern Florida. Even the name, from a Seminole word meaning Turtle Creek, stands out from its more conventional neighbors, Royal Palm Beach and Wellington. The residents of Loxahatchee Groves, unconventional a bit themselves, like their privacy and they get plenty of it. Here, a quick ride from the big city lights of the busy coast, you will find dirt roads, no streetlights and large residential lots with room for nurseries, horse farms, a nudist colony, a goat-cheese dairy and an exotic-animal preserve.
NORTH PALM BEACH
With such assets as warm weather, sunshine, golf, ocean fishing, boating, sandy beaches and balmy breezes, the Village has much to offer enthusiastic people who are raising families or are looking to retire. Not to mention it is just north of the world famous Worth Ave and surrounding nightlife of both Palm and West Palm Beach.
Today there are approximately 1,675 year round residents like many beach towns, the population doubles douring the winter months. Residents of Ocean Ridge describe the Town as low-key, low-density and low profile. Solitude and seclusion are part of the life in this small town. Even so, there is plenty of room for breathtaking beaches and four parks call Ocean Ridge home.
The original town charter called for the name of the town to be "Magnolia Park". However, upon being returned from the state capital in Tallahassee, the Town Fathers were informed that the name Magnolia Park had been taken. The new name would now be that of "Mangonia Park," instead. And so, the name of the Town was now established. Oddly enough, the name was fitting due to the large plantation-like mango farms that once dominated the area in the early 1900's through the 1930's. Now the Town is lively, and residents enjoy residential neighborhoods and shops.
The legendary town of Palm Beach is truly an island unto itself. What can only be described as paradise on earth, the year-round appeal of this island town is thanks to the impressive collection of gourmet restaurants, designer boutiques, and the shopper’s nirvana and Worth Avenue, also known as the “Rodeo Drive of the East Coast. Palm Beach provides high-quality service to its residents and guests.
PALM BEACH GARDENS
Palm Beach Gardens is one of the top locations for golfers in Palm Beach, and home to the headquarters of the Professional Golfers’ Association of America (PGA). The Honda Classic, PGA National Resort & Spa. Downtown at the Gardens is a unique, open-air, pedestrian only exquisite shopping mecca featuring an amazing collection of restaurants, elegant shopping, live entertainment and unique community events. Palm Beach Gardens is known for the fine collection of sculptures and unique artworks that are scattered throughout the city.
Seven miles of majestic towering Royal Palm trees greet visitors driving into Pahokee , meaning “Grassy Waters" in Seminole. Pahokee, the only town located directly on the shore of Lake Okeechobee, is known as Palm Beach County's "Other" Coast the one with little crowd and lots of space. One of several towns along Lake Okeechobee, Pahokee is still considered off the beaten path. While the rest of Florida has boomed, Pahokee has remained small, quiet, and rural. Lake Okeechobee attracts boaters and outdoor lovers of all types. The shallow, freshwater lake is world famous for its' largemouth bass fishing. Airboat tours offer the chance to see alligators, birds and endangered species in their natural habitat.
Originally a dairy farm, the town of Palm Springs has come far from its humble beginnings. Now a family oriented town, residents are surrounded by tropical landscaping and the acclaimed Park Ridge Golf Course. Many hiking and nature trails s well as fresh water fishing are plentiful. A water park, additional playground, a covered pavilion with tables and a restroom pavilion are across from the sports recreational fields adding to the family feel.
Labeled as the "Gateway to the Caribbean" or "Riviera of America," Riviera Beach is a unique vacation city for those looking to live the relaxed Florida life. Riviera Beach is a growing harbor city located along the shores of the Atlantic. The City's municipal beach is one of the finest in the state. The beautiful sandy beaches make Riviera Beach an appealing place for sporting events and concerts. Singer Island is known for great restaurants, luxurious hotels , beautiful beaches and world class snorkeling
PALM BEACH SHORES.
The very tiny Palm Beach Shores located at the southern tip of Singer Island, although mainly a residential community, the Town is known for its beautiful vacation setting, fine restaurants and luxurious hotels, pristine cabana covered beaches and friendly people
Located in the heart of sugar cane country, South Bay is community rich in agriculture. Fertile black soil nourishes many crops. Direct access to bass filled Lake Okeechobee makes this an anglers paradise. South Bay is also home to many of Florida’s endangered species. Nature trails allow residents to walk, hike or bike, viewing the natural beauty of Florida and getting an up close look at the birds and local wildlife.
SOUTH PALM BEACH
On the southern tip of Palm Beach Island, South Palm Beach is a small, exquisite residential community determined to preserve the high quality of life expected from Palm Beach. With a beautiful walkway along the intracoastal, bike lanes for cyclists and an amazing coral reef with
ROYAL PALM BEACH
Royal Palm Beach is home to a state-of-the-art cultural center, recreational center and two golf courses all within the city walls. A 747-acre pristine nature preserve offers visitors and residents hiking and equestrian trails. The entire area within the Village limits is designated as a bird sanctuary . A environmentally conscience city, Royal Palm has been named Tree City USA by the National Arbor Day Foundation since 1990. Royal Palm Beach has several activities which enrich lifestyles, physical development, and fulfillment of personal needs. Currently the Village of Royal Palm Beach has set a high standard of 10 acres of parkland per 1,000 residents. These parks are planned, functional, and designed with open space areas which are maintained at a high standard that serves the present and future needs of the residents.
One of the most successfully crafted communities in Palm Beach County, is the premier South Florida community known for its Polo Center, quality schools, attractive neighborhoods and equestrian interests. Wellington is an affluent and thriving community. Recognized as the winter equestrian capital of the world, Wellington residents enjoy many events at the International Polo Club. The community offers tremendous diversity from apartments to lavish homes where residents have private airplane hangars. World class shopping at The Wellington Green Mall as well as many fine restaurants are sure to please the whole family.
West Palm Beach
Set along the Intracoastal Waterway ,West Palm Beach offers a unique, upscale urban lifestyle. With two core destinations—Clematis Street and City Place—offering great shops, eateries and nightlife. As well as the nationally acclaimed Antique Row, the Kravis Center for the Performing Arts, West Palm Beach is also home to the Norton Art Museum.
Small shops and churches along with boutiques and restaurants give Tequesta a small, beach town charm. Home to the famous Coral Cove Park, residents get a truly magnificent view of the tropical Atlantic waters spraying up onto the coral creating beauty only fond in south Florida. A family community with bike paths and walking trails Tequesta still holds all its original home town charm.