Boynton Beach, Palm Beach Country in Florida is a magnificent tourist destination. This coastal city boasts of pristine and beautiful beaches amidst wildlife park preservations. The city offers various underwater activities and vast wildlife parks to explore.
Boynton Beach is not your typical tourist destination. The hospitality of the locals and the set-up of the city shows the lifestyle of Boynton Beach as healthy with a rich culture. It is not surprising that this city claims to have the highest number of returning visitors. It truly shows the happiness, enjoyment and satisfaction of visitors. If you want to have memories you would like to cherish for a lifetime or if you simply want to have some relief from your stressful life, packs your bags and head to Boynton Beach.
Boynton Beach has the perfect weather to enjoy all the outdoor activities this coastal city has to offer. Whether you are up to taking a relaxing stroll and breathe in nature at the National Wildlife Refuge, diving at the Underwater Explorers or snorkeling at the Gulf Stream Park’s pristine waters, you will surely have the one of the most memorable times of your life at Boynton Beach.
This park is one of Boynton Beach’s most visited tourist attractions. This intelligently planned reserve for wildlife species is not your usual ecological sanctuary. The atmosphere in the reserve is calm so you can have the best conditions to observe the wildlife of the city at their best. Beautiful floral species and fascinating birds can also be found in this wildlife reserve.
Nature lovers will be awed at the abundant green trails and tropical vegetation all over the park. Located just near the Boynton Beach Marina, the park can be reached by foot, bike or car. The park is lined by a forest of Mangrove tress and a boardwalk.
Walking halfway through the boardwalk, you can alight a platform so you can see the Intracoastal water way below. From this view you will also be able to view the new rock walls constructed to give Snook and brackish fish their habitat. The boardwalk goes around the entire park.
This wetlands is home to wildlife of the area like alligators, water birds and native plants. You can stroll the park through the 1.5 mile boardwalk and get the best view of the wetlands. Enjoy the peace and quiet of the boardwalk and you walk to see the wetland’s exhibits. You may also join one of their education programs and learn about Florida’s wetland animals and water resources through interactive exhibits.
Amateurs and angling purists can go fishing, snorkeling and diving in the Boynton Inlet.
This park is located on the Boynton Beach’s maritime community, on the Intracoastal Waterway. It is very close to the Boynton Beach Inlet. It is an 8-acre park with waters good for fishing. On the park are boat docks, barbeque pits and various amenities for a memorable day. While at the park, take to the water and you might just see the Manatee who is a frequent beach visitor as well.
This beach which spans all of 12 acres is a favorite family destination. The walnut Brazilian inspired boardwalk , shaded walkways , benches and a lot of parking slots makes for an enjoyable stay at the beach. The kids will also enjoy the playground with the amazingly large sculpture of a sea turtle. Off the coast, divers will enjoy seeing the four sunken ships which is part of the Artificial Reefs Program of Florida. Lounge chairs and umbrellas are available for a minimal fee and there are concessionaires for salads, sandwiches, and ice cream. The beach is best for swimming, snorkeling and enjoying the sunrise and sunset.
A lot of the plant species in this natural area is native to the scrub ecosystem of Florida. There are a lot of endangered species of plants here including the rosemary plant with large flowers, Curtiss' milkweed,pine pinweed, nodding pinweed and the banded and twisted air plant. The area has scrubby pine flatwoods communities and Florida scrubs. This area is one of only a few remaining sites for scrubs in the south of Palm Beach County. This plant community can only be found in Florida and is an important component of the heritage of Palm Beach County. Beaches and the wildlife parks are not all there is in Boynton Beach. Here are some other fun things you can do in Boynton Beach.
You can have a choice between Kayak fishing Charters, Reel Rival Charters, sport fishing charters and fish fishing charters. Take your pick and experience what the waters of Boynton Beach has to offer.
If you want to experience some thrills in the water, try waterskiing and jetskiing in the beaches of Boynton Beach. There are establishments that offer waterskiing and jet skiing equipment for a minimal cost.
You can almost always be able to find a restaurant in Boynton Beach with the particular cuisine you would like for lunch or dinner. Boynton Beach is overflowing with restaurants, you will never go hungry.
Boynton Beach is not lacking in shopping destinations. Whether you are searching for the latest fashion trends or an antique piece, Boynton Beach offers various shopping malls and stores where you can enjoy some retail therapy. The Boynton Beach Mall has Macys, JC Penny, Dillards and Sears along with over 130 specialty shops. This mall is such a shopping haven. If you are taking along kids, the mall has a play area and a beautiful carousel for them. After shopping treat the entire family to some good food at the TooJay’s or perhaps the Buca di Beppo. If you want more choices, drop by the malls’ food court.
The night life in Boynton Beach is very much alive with the various bars and lounges. Enjoy some drinks. Listen to some good music.Whatever it is you want to do for the night, Boynton Beach has definitely something to offer. Boynton Beach is a good vacation destination. With so many fun and exciting things to do, it no wonder tourists keep coming back for more.