The Best Golf Courses and Nature Trails in the Palm Beach Area

The Best Golf Courses and Nature Trails in the Palm Beach Area

The Palm Beaches are known for having incomparable luxury accommodations, temperate weather, outstanding ocean views, and first-class recreational offerings. This part of the Sunshine State has some of the best golfing and natural scenery in the world.  Here are just a few of the best golf courses and nature trails in the Palm Beach area:

PGA National Resort and Spa

Located in Palm Beach Gardens, PGA National Resort and Spa is home to one of the country’s best golf courses. With five 18-hole courses set on a stunning property, with luxury accommodations, this is a favorite relaxation and recreation destination. Home to the world-famous Honda Classic since 2007, championship golfers come from all over the world to compete on the greens of this premier stop on the PGA tour.

The Breakers Ocean Golf and Tennis Clubhouse

Home to Florida’s oldest 18-hole golf course, the Breakers Ocean Course is rich in history and has been redesigned with challenging features and vintage characteristics. This course is situated near stately old-world accommodations, where golfers can enjoy spending time both on and off of the course in comfort and luxury.

The Bears Club

The Bears Club, founded by golf legend Jack Nicklaus and his wife Barbara, boasts some of the best golf courses in the world. With professional courses designed by Jack himself, and high-end real estate for sale, this exclusive Jupiter, Florida club has become a favorite to many celebrity golf pros and golfing enthusiasts.

The Palm Beach Lake Trail

For those looking to take a casual hike through the Town of Palm Beach, The Palm Beach Lake Trail offers a scenic journey through the area and a view of this beautiful community. You can enjoy the sights of Lake Worth Lagoon and a host of Palm Beach landmarks as you walk, jog, or hike through the town.

Grassy Waters Preserve

The Grassy Waters Preserve in West Palm Beach offers visitors the opportunity to enjoy hiking trails, wildlife, marshes, and other natural features in an expansive ecosystem. With 23 miles of trails and other programs to enjoy, this beautiful spot is an area favorite.

The Frenchman’s Forest

In Palm Beach Gardens, hikers will find the lush beauty of the Frenchman’s Forrest. This 172-acre wet, low-lying natural area is home to 7 ecosystems.  There are over 500 animal and 200 plant species here and several hiking trails to enjoy.

Guy Rabideau, Esq. and David E. Klein, Esq. are Florida Board-Certified Real Estate attorneys with the expertise and local knowledge to assist you with your Palm Beach area real estate transaction needs.  Contact Rabideau Klein today.

 

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