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The name says it all about Palm Beach County. The shoreline is highlighted by swaying palms, crystal-white
sand and the shimmering blue ocean. Wide flat beaches are the norm, and you'll find plenty to keep you
happy. The summers here are prime turtle nesting season, and if you are lucky you might get to see one
crawl on the beach and carefully lay its eggs. From deserted beaches to trendy nightlife, you can't go
Your rental home in Florida is Jupiter
Jupiter's beaches have been a retreat for surfers and beachgoers for decades. Twenty years ago, you would
have found nothing but sand dunes covered in sea grapes and Australian pines, but this area has been
developed into a perfect spot to become your rental home in Florida for your next visit. Starting at the
Jupiter Inlet, stop by Dubois Park, with more than 1,200 feet of tropical palm-lined beach, as well as
volleyball courts and spots for surf fishing. This park is a relaxing favorite. Carlin Park is a beautiful
beach park with nature trails, an exercise trail, and picnic areas with grills, showers and lifeguards.
Ocean Cay Park features a playground, showers, pavilions and restrooms. There are many access points along
the beachfront road, most with street parking and showers. A wide sidewalk spans most of the beachfront
making a nice place for walking, rollerblading or biking.
Your rental home in Florida is Juno Beach
Jupiter's neighbor to the south, Juno beach features more unspoiled, wide, sea-oat-dappled beaches that
will leave you wanting to come back for more. Juno Beach Pier and Park features a guarded beach. There are
covered picnic areas, restrooms and showers and a 1,000-foot fishing pier. It's the perfect spot to fish
and swim. A little bit south you'll find Loggerhead Park, which features nature trails, a Marine Life
Center, picnic area, bike path and tennis courts. There is also an observation tower with amazing views.
More public beach access points dot this area.
Your rental home in Florida is Singer Island
This barrier island features some of the area's nicest parks. John D. MacArthur Beach State Park has an
8,000-foot oceanfront beach, boardwalk, picnic areas, nature center with guided tours and live exhibits.
Explore a maritime hammock and mangroves. Ocean Reef Park has more than 700 feet of guarded beach frontage
on Singer Island, including playground, picnic areas, snorkeling and showers. Calm surf and a marked
swimming area make this a good spot for families. Phil Foster Park is another favorite if you have young
children. There are boat tours available, as well as concessions and a 24-hour boat ramp. Riviera Beach
Municipal Park features lifeguards, as well as restaurants and a shopping plaza.
Your rental home in Florida is Palm Beach
Although Palm Beach is considered a playground for the rich and famous, and you'll find plenty of glamour,
trendy restaurants, and high-end shopping on this island, the beaches are still some of the areas best and
publicly accessible. Palm Beach Municipal Beach is a mostly undeveloped beach whose sands were recently
restored. R.G. Kreusler Park is a unique property that includes 450-feet of guarded beach and a manicured
lawn area where palm trees blowing in the sea breeze offer shade for picnics or lounging.
Your rental home in Florida is Central Palm Beach County
The central portion of Palm Beach County is dotted with a number of towns and beach parks. Along most of
the beachfront roads, you'll find beach access, though not always with facilities. There are a number of
larger parks you can choose from. Lake Worth Municipal Beach is nice if you are looking for more crowds.
This lively park has a 1,200-foot beach with lifeguards, and a 1,300-foot fishing pier with bait and tackle
shop, cabana rentals, beach chair and boogie board rentals, a playground and a restaurant. The Lantana Park
and Beach features fishing, snorkeling, a playground, undeveloped beach areas, picnic tables, a restaurant
and a gift shop. Ocean Inlet Park in Ocean Ridge, a quiet residential community, is on the Intracoastal
Waterway. This park features jetties to fish from, a marina, a playground, an ocean overlook, a snack bar,
picnic areas, and more than 1,100 feet of sparkling beach.
Your rental home in Florida is South Palm Beach County
From Boynton Beach to Boca Raton, this area features more warm, sparkling water and wide, soft beaches.
Boynton Beach Oceanfront Park features a beautiful boardwalk that skirts the dunes. This is a classic beach
with ocean swimming, grills, picnic areas, a snack bar and restrooms. Gulfstream Park is a quiet place with
a 600-foot beach. It's a good spot if you'd like to surf fish or relax. Delray Municipal Beach is a
7,000-foot beach with designated areas for swimming, surfing, volleyball, sailing, wind surfing, snorkeling
and kite flying. For your comfort there are cabanas available to rent. Atlantic Dunes Municipal Beach is a
family beach with more than seven acres to explore. Wander the white sandy beaches or try the nature walk
through a tropical tree canopy. Spanish River Park features 95 pristine acres and a half-mile beach. There
are pavilions, boat docks, an observation tower and nature trails. Red Reef Park has 67-acres of developed
oceanfront area and a 680-foot boardwalk along the dunes. South Inlet Park has beaches along the Atlantic
Ocean and Intracoastal Waterway. Fishing, surfing, windsurfing and swimming are popular here, and a pier
and rock jetty offer great views. South Beach Park and Pavilion has nearly 1,700 feet of glistening sandy
beach and 25 preserved acres that line the sparkling blue ocean.