- TripBuzz found 171 things to do with kids in or near Palm Beach, Florida, including 157 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Delray Beach, Jupiter, West Palm Beach and Lake Worth.
- From Beach near Ocean Blvd to Lake Worth Beach & Casino, the Palm Beach area offers 82 different types of family activities, including: Beaches, Specialty Museums, Parks and Hiking Trails.
- Nicknamed 'The Island,' Palm Beach, FL is separated from cities to its west by the intracoastal waterway. There is plenty to draw visitors to Palm Beach, including over 47 miles of coast on the Atlantic Ocean, world class golfing establishments, polo matches, and a number of fine resorts to help guests unwind and relax.
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For Hollywood residents looking to unleash their fur companions for playtime by the water, Dog Beach offers daily passes. Dog Beach allows dogs to play in the sand and sea if owners follow the beaches guidelines.
Saint Lucie Lanes is a an entertainment center which offers ten pin bowling. The facility is over 100,000 square feet in size and features and 108 lanes available for ten pin bowling combined, as well as food and beverage options.
Located on the Hollywood Boardwalk, Charnow Park is a beachfront park that offers playgrounds for kids, covered picnic areas, and a fountain that is also a splash play effect. The park's gazebos are available for party rentals.
Florida's Hollywood Broadwalk is a scenic expanse of waterfront property that is extremely popular with walkers, joggers, cyclists, rollerbladers and dog walkers. There are many ocean access points along the Broadwalk.
With Extreme Rage Paintball Park, visitors can join an interactive paintball experience with courses featuring houses, trees, walls, inflatable obstacles, and more. The park hosts scenario games with smoke machines.
The Hollywood Beach Golf Resort is a stunning hotel and clubhouse surrounded by 18-holes of championship golf. The course is a challenging mix of water hazards, narrow fairways and strategically placed bunkers.
Meadows and rolling hills are the foundation of the 272-acre Vista View Park. Other features of the park include two playgrounds, basketball courts, fishing docks,eight picnic shelters, and even an airstrip for remote controlled airplanes.