North Palm Beach
The Village of North Palm Beach is located on the east coast of Florida, 9 miles north of West Palm Beach in Palm Beach County, FL. The Village is a residential community with a population of about 13,000 year-round residents. When winter residents arrive, the Village population is about 21,000.
The North Palm Beach area of Florida was developed by philanthropist John D. MacArthur. Known worldwide for its recreation, North Palm Beach boasts The Palm Beaches’ only state park. And what a great place to soak up the sunshine, work on your tan or kayak the blue waters of an Atlantic Ocean barrier island. John D. MacArthur Beach State Park is an eco-friendly and family-friendly treasure, complete with nature trails and picnic facilities, a Nature & Welcome Center, kayak rentals and more.
MacArthur Park also has an ongoing events calendar with seasonal programs, sea turtle involvement, concerts and special events. Paddle along on a guided tour of the estuary on Munyon Island, or bring your own kayak or canoe and discover Lakeside Park. Located at the northernmost entrance to Lake Worth Lagoon in North Palm Beach, this is a delightful place for an al fresco exploration, tiki hut picnic or sand volleyball game.
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.
The Village features several beautiful parks, such as Anchorage Park, with playgrounds, docks, volleyball courts, tennis courts, and even a dog park. The Village is also home for the North Palm Beach Country Club, featuring an Olympic swimming pool, A Jack Nicklaus Signature Golf Course, and a full featured Tennis Facility with Har-Tru courts.