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Exploring the Palm Beach Recreation Center

Exploring the Palm Beach Recreation Center
With June right around the corner, that means it is almost summer. The children of Palm Beach will be out of school, the seasonal residents migrate up North, and families and friends come to visit. The Palm Beach Recreation Center is home to many activities year-round and a variety of camps for children in the summer.

Many of the programs and facilities are open to residents for free or for a discounted cost. Also, visitors and regular patrons of the Town of Palm Beach can enjoy the many wonderful recreational activities that Palm Beach has to offer.
The youth of Palm Beach have several ways to experience a great summer locally through summer day camps. Camp Palm Beach runs from June 8th to August 14th from 9a.m.-3p.m. for children age five- fourteen. With three different age divisions and a combination of activities and field trips, it is an adventure every day at Camp Palm Beach. Registration is still open for children if parents are still looking for a way to keep the kids occupied this summer.Palm Beach Recreation Center oversee several facilities, including a golf course, two tennis centers, boat docks, and the Recreation Center. Par 3 is the golf course located between the Atlantic and the Intercostal located at 2435 South Ocean Boulevard. Book a tee time and peruse the pro-shop. Can’t miss lunch overlooking the greens onto the ocean at al Fresco.

Looking to improve your family’s tennis game? You can schedule lessons with any of the certified instructors at either location.  Aside from lessons, events are often hosted by the recreation center, and they are available for private events.
The boat docks are the only public docks located in the Town of Palm Beach. They began back in 1940. Residents and visitors can pay various rates for docking their boats. Room for speedboats and yachts alike make it viable for any visitor or resident to park a boat.The Town of Palm Beach has a wide variety of activities to offer all residents and visitors year-round. Some may say the town is duller in the off-season, but fewer crowds mean ideal tee-times at Par 3 and keeping all residents of the Town of Palm Beach enjoying all the town has to offer.

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