Just south of Jupiter and north of West Palm Beach and Palm Beach International Airport is the charming Village of North Palm Beach. Here residents will experience the serenity and charm of a quaint beach town, a state-of-the-art country club, marinas, golf, numerous water sports, fishing, and much more–it’s about the Lifestyle! And for those seeking residential opportunities, be it a first or second home, the possibilities are vast. From luxurious high-rises with ocean views to single-family Old-Style Florida homes in non-gated neighborhoods to country clubs and golf communities, you’ll find it here.
The newly renovated state-of-the-art North Palm Beach Golf and Country Club overlooks the Intracoastal Waterway and is open to the public. The venue features an array of amenities, including a signature Jack Nicklaus course, pro golf shop, Har-Tru tennis courts, indoor and outdoor restaurants, bars, pool, banquet rooms, and so much more. Photo Gallery and Club Overview.
The wealth of marinas, waterways, and beaches make North Palm Beach a popular destination for boaters. There are several nearby scenic paths where boaters can see homes of the stars, historical sites, and more. Fishing is wildly popular, and sailing and swimming right off the boat in places like Peanut Island. There are several dine and dock options with fun tropical atmospheres too.
John D. MacArthur Beach State Park is an eco-friendly natural oasis with trails, kayaking, and fishing located on the adjacent barrier island. Here visitors can stroll along a scenic bridge that leads to the ocean and Welcome Center. The park schedules special events, educational programs, tours, and concerts regularly.
MacArthur State Park leads to Singer Island, an oceanfront 7-mile stretch of glorious beaches lined with luxurious high-rises, upscale hotels, and restaurants. Peanut Island, just minutes from North Palm Beach, is a great place for boaters to anchor, relax, dock, and dine.
Juno Beach and Jupiter are just North of The Village. The Juno Pier stretches out over the ocean and is open for the public to enjoy fishing and strolling along the pier. The beaches in Juno are natural and pristine, dog-friendly too.
Jupiter Beach and Inlet are spectacular! The water views attract boaters and sightseers from near and afar. Waterfront restaurants, including the Square Grouper, Guanabanas, and U-Tiki, to name a few, feature fresh local seafood options, entertainment, and more. Plus, there are boat tours along Jupiter Island and access to climb the well-known Jupiter Lighthouse.
Beyond the endless recreational activities are shopping, dancing, dining, entertainment, and more. Numerous restaurants feature freshly caught local seafood and international cuisines—many prepared by world-class chefs, many with waterfront views.
Shoppers can visit the Palm Beach Gardens Mall and various open-air venues to browse or buy tropical styles and eclectic one-of-a-kind finds. A twenty-minute drive leads to the world-famous and ultra-chic Worth Avenue, scenically located on the Island of Palm Beach.
If museums, theatre, and the excitement of a waterfront city center inspire a day or night out on the town, the City of West Palm Beach is less than 10-mile south via I-95. Cafes and outdoor restaurants line Clematis Street and Flagler Drive, Rosemary Square, previously known as City Place, has shops, restaurants, the Palm Beach Convention Center, and the Kravis Center for the Performing Arts. The city is well known for Sunfest, an annual musical festival, green market, the weekly Clematis by Night event, and ongoing outdoor concerts.
North Palm Beach has it all. Beach, boating, recreation, golf, shops, entertainment, and more. To learn more, contact Patti to arrange for your complimentary tour.