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Palm Beach County has some of the best outdoor parks in the country. Wildlife, beaches and beautiful landscapes, Palm Beach County has it all. Here are a few of our favorite outdoor parks.

Riverbend Park

If you want to get a little history with your nature walk, Riverbend is the spot. It is adjacent to the Loxahatchee River Battlefield Park, site of two 1838 battles of the Second Seminole Indian War, and the Loxahatchee River, designated a National Wild and Scenic River, runs through it. There are 7 miles of equestrian trails and about 10 miles of walking trails. Fishing and picnicking areas, too.

Dyer Park

Located in Palm Beach Gardens between West Palm and Jupiter, Dyer is a 560-acre inland park is a good spot for running. There are nearly 5

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Calling all concert goers! Live Nation, the largest entertainment protomer and concert venue operator has announced a new Lawn Pass ticket for the 2019 Season. Live Nation operates The Coral Sky Amphitheatre at the South Florida Fair Grounds in West Palm Beach.

The Amphitheatre is an open-air venue featuring some of the biggest events and musical stars. The venue seats about 20,000 people under the pavilion and in the lawn area.

In 2019, there are 32 plus Coral Sky concerts planned and you can have a ticket to everyone. Live Nation announced a 2019 Season Unlimited Lawn Pass, that went on sale on Tuesday, December 4th and will be available through Tuesday, December 18th, or while supplies last.

The Unlimited pass comes with a lawn ticket to every concert

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The Loggerhead Marinelife Center in Juno Beach is releasing Gavin the sea turtle back into the ocean this week. 

The large sub-adult loggerhead turtle was found in the intracoastal near Dubois Park in Jupiter with a hook attached to his skin near his front right flipper. The initial tests showed that the turtle suffered from starvation and anemia. The Marinelife staff administered vitamins, fluids and antibiotics to the injured sea turtle and nursed Gavin backed to health. The turtle will be fitted for a satellite transmitter to follow his movements after his release back into the ocean, along with other turtles that were previously release.

The release will be this Thursday, December 13th starting at 10:30 am with pre-release procedures. The release

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Everyone knows West Palm Beach is famous for its golfing, fishing, and shopping. But you may not know the area also has great museums, zoos, and restaurants. Here are a few of our favorite places in West Palm Beach.

Norton Museum

One of South Florida's largest museums, the Norton Museum of Art includes more than 7,000 works spanning across Europe, the Americas and China, plus plenty of contemporary art and photography. The museum is currently under renovation but still open to the public. On Thursday nights, check out “Art After Dark” when the museum stays open late and hosts gallery talks and special lectures, art workshops, live music, happy hour and more Admission is free.

John D. MacArthur State Park

Located at the north edge of Singer

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Palm Beach County is filled with great places to go scuba diving. Here are a few unique spots that you may want to explore.

Breaker’s Reef

This spectacular coral reef ecosystem offers divers miles of continuous ledges, undercuts, crevices, and patch reefs to explore at depths ranging from 42 to 60-feet. Located directly offshore of the Breaker’s Hotel and continuing south, you drift effortlessly past hundreds of species of marine life including soft and hard corals, angelfish, parrotfish, rays, eels, sea turtles, and loads of macro life (if you can spot it amongst the dense coral backdrop). Definitely bring your Fish Identification slates and books for these dives! If you’re interested in exploring South Florida reefs, look no further! 


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There’s a lot going on in Wellington over the holidays this year. Here are a few events you might enjoy.

Family Fun Day

The Lakeside Family Fun Day is set to happen on Saturday, Dec. 15 on Lake Wellington, located behind the Wellington Community Center (12150 W. Forest Hill Blvd.). The event will feature a variety of free activities for the entire family to enjoy between the hours of 9 a.m. and 1 p.m., including kayaking, paddle boarding, a bounce house, a rock wall, glitter tattoos, lawn games, fishing, Plaster Time Crafts and more. Try goat yoga between 9 a.m. and noon and take photos with Santa between 10 a.m. and noon. 

Holiday Boat Parade

At Wellington’s Holiday Boat Parade, you can watch as local residents and boating enthusiasts light

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The Sunset Tour offers an inside look at the inner workings of the Jupiter Lighthouse. It is a great place, and a perfect time of year, to take in the spectacular sunset views and witness the Jupiter Light turning on to illuminate the night sky.

The Jupiter Lighthouse, or “Jupiter Inlet Light,” is a beloved South Florida landmark located in Jupiter, on the north side of the Inlet. The site was chosen in 1853 (it was completed in 1860) because it sits between the Cape Canaveral and Hillsboro Inlet Lighthouses.

The Jupiter Lighthouse stands at 108 feet tall and was designed and built by George Meade. There’s a lot to do at the lighthouse and although the light is still actively used to help boaters navigate the waters of the Jupiter Inlet, it is also

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There will be a guided nature walk at Jonathan Dickinson State Park this Friday from 2 – 3:30pm. The tour will be suitable for anyone who is at least moderately physically fit and able to hike through the scrubby flatwoods and river floodplain for around 90-minutes. The walk may go through muddy or wet terrain.

  • $6 per vehicle. Limit 2-8 people per vehicle.

  • $4 Single-occupant vehicle or motorcycle.

  • $2 Pedestrians, bicyclists, extra passengers, passengers in the vehicle with holder of Annual Individual Entrance Pass.

About Jonathan Dickinson State Park

Located just south of Stuart, Jonathan Dickinson State Park teems with wildlife in 13 natural communities, including sand pine scrub, pine flatwoods, mangroves, and

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There’s a lot to do in South Florida over the holidays, here are a few events that you’ll not want to miss.

Christmas With The Chimps

Lion Country Safari is a cageless zoo experience in West Palm Beach. On December 20 the zoo will showcase its annual "Christmas with the Chimps" event at 10:30 a.m. It’s the only time of year that guests are able to get out of their vehicles and observe the chimps as they receive special Christmas gifts from Santa Claus. Aside from the chimpanzees, Lion Country Safari will have all its usual exhibits open including zebras, rhinoceroses, giraffes, impalas, lions, and other African animals. After the drive-through excursion, patrons spend the afternoon enjoying the themed rides, feeding the giraffes, and touring the

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With 47 miles of beachfront, you can go snorkeling in the Palm Beaches year-round. Here are some of our favorite spots.

Phil Foster Park

Constructed as a part of Palm Beach County’s Environmental Resources Management’s Artificial Reef Program, Phil Foster Park was completed in August of 2013. The park is an 800-foot-long tract of artificial reef incorporates more than 600 tons of Anastasia rock boulders. Loosely strung together in easily accessible depths ranging from six to ten feet. Snorkelers will encounter a variety of species of fish, from colorful tropical-like angelfish and parrotfish to reef dwellers like snapper, grunts, and grouper. Lucky snorkelers may glimpse one or more of the six species of seahorses that have been observed in this

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