The Beautiful Beaches of Palm Beach County
Visitors to the Palm Beach area of Florida's Gold Coast are guaranteed to see plenty of beaches along the 47 miles of beautiful Atlantic Ocean shoreline. If you come to Palm Beach County, you will find that while not as expansive as some public access beachfront parks found elsewhere in Florida, the county has numerous beach parks with gorgeous sand and surf. Palm Beach County beaches have a bit of everything for your recreational enjoyment.
Visit Palm Beach County for a swim, picnic, snorkel, fish, or soak in the sun and experience. Here you can enjoy sports on the beach, surf the waves, or just watch the sunrise over the ocean. Beach parks are located throughout the coastal communities which are located here. A quick list of the beach parks in Palm Beach County is provided below along with links to pages or websites if available.
- South Inlet Park – Jetty, picnic area with grills, pavilion, and playground.
- Red Reef Park – Picnic area with grills, unique snorkeling area, and the park is also home to Gumbo Limbo Environmental Education Center
- South Beach Park – Small swim beach.
- Spanish River Park – Picnic area with grills and a nature walk through streambed remains of the shallow fresh water Spanish River.
- Boynton Beach Municipal Oceanfront Park – Access is limited to mostly residents – however, non-residents may purchase parking decal – picnic area with grills, rental pavilion, sand volleyball, boardwalk, and playground.
- Intracoastal Park – Small beach area, picnic area with grills, rental pavilion, and boat launch.
- Anchor Park – Small beach, playground, and picnic area with grills.
- Atlantic Dunes Park – Boardwalk, short nature trails, pavilion, and picnic area with grills.
- Delray Municipal Beach – Large accessible beach, featuring a cabana rental company, Delray Beach's Atlantic Avenue hotels and restaurants are across from it.
- Gulfstream Park – Picnic area with grills and playground.
- Juno Beach Park – Picnic shelter and located next to the Juno Beach Pier.
- Loggerhead Park – Picnic area with grills, pavilions, horseshoe area, short nature trail, playground, and Celestial Railroad Palm Beach County Historical Marker.
- Carlin Park – Picnic area with grills, pavilions, bocce courts, exercise course, café, tennis courts, volleyball courts, baseball fields, amphitheater for special events, and more
- DuBois Park – Jetty, picnic area with grills, pavilions, playground, and home of the DuBois Pioneer Home, which is on the National Register of Historic Places.
- Jupiter Beach Park – Jetty, picnic area with grills, picnic pavilion, and volleyball.
- Ocean Cay Park – Picnic pavilions with grills, playground, and volleyball courts.
- Lake Worth Municipal Beach – Picnic area with grills in adjacent from retail area with cafés, boardwalk, access to Lake Worth Pier, and public swimming pool.
- Town of Lantana Park and Public Beach – Small beach area, café, picnic area, and next to the Ritz-Carlton, Palm Beach.
North Palm Beach
- John D. MacArthur Beach State Park – Large beach area, nature trails, kayaking, canoeing, nature center, activities, snorkeling, and picnic areas.
- Ocean Inlet Park – Jetty, boat slips, marina, ocean overlook, picnic area with grills, café, and playground.
- Ocean Ridge Hammock Park – Small secluded beach area.
- R. G. Kreusler Park – Small beach area near the Lake Worth Pier.
- Palm Beach Municipal Beach – Small, secluded beach area.
- Phipps Ocean Park – Small beach area, picnic area with grills, pavilion, and tennis center.
Riviera Beach/Singer Island
- Ocean Reef Park – Picnic area with grills, dune ecosystem overlook, pavilion, and playground.
- Phil Foster Memorial Park – Small beach area located under the Blue Heron Blvd. Bridge.
- Peanut Island Park – Boat access only park – boat slips, campground, chiki huts, observation deck, picnic area with grills, pavilions, snorkeling, and walking path.
- Singer Island Municipal Beach – Large beach area and volleyball.
- Coral Cove Park – Picnic area with grills, and there is access to Intracoastal Waterway.
For more information on Palm Beach County-operated beaches, please call (561) 966-6631.
To locate all parks in Palm Beach County, follow this link to the Palm Beach Park Locator Map