Fun Outdoor Ideas This Spring in Palm Beach County

Fun Outdoor Ideas This Spring in Palm Beach County

Fun Outdoor Ideas This Spring in Palm Beach County

Ahhhhhh, the great outdoors. Being outside is so good for the soul! Florida is becoming a popular option for people from the Northeast now that they can work anywhere now and a better post-COVID-19 lifestyle because of its outdoor options. Spring break usually represents Florida for some! Here are fun ideas you can do this spring in Palm Beach County:

  1. Go to a Water Park

    Rapids Water Park is located at 6566 N Military Trl, West Palm Beach, FL 33407 that occupies 30 acres near I-95. The park will open on March 13 which will include 42 slides and attractions, a wave pool, dual seven-story speed slides, and a quarter-mile lazy river. There are specialized slides for children and toddlers. Masks are worn when entering the park; when in line at the snack bar, retail store, or bar; and in bathrooms and not permitted while in the water or on rides. Social distancing guidelines should be followed. Check it out here.
  2. Palm Beach Zoo

    If you haven't seen the Malayan tiger cubs at Palm Beach Zoo - now is the time before they grow up! The three cubs were born in May 2020 and moved into their habitat in September. Spring offers the perfect weather to watch them play. The zoo remains open with capacity limited and guests are encouraged to wear masks throughout the park and must wear them when social distancing is not possible. They are required for the splash pad, tiger river habitat, gist shops, carousel and train, restrooms, and indoor dining room. Palm Beach Zoo is located at 1301 Summit Blvd, West Palm Beach, 33405. For more information, click here.
  3. Drive-by Safari

    Yes, you read that right. Lion Country Safari is a drive-through safari park and walk-through amusement park located on over 600 acres in Loxahatchee, in Palm Beach County, Florida. USA Travel Guide named Lion Country the 3rd best zoo in the nation. Lion Country Safari is such a cool concept. You drive along a road, passing wild animals such as rhinoceros, emus, deer, lions, and more. Once you drive through the safari (approximately 45 minutes long), you park and more fun awaits! Play putt-putt, go on carnival rides, feed a giraffe, play in the water park area… there are so many things to do! Find out all the details here.
  4. Go to the Beach

    Spring break can usually be pictured with fun times at the beach and Florida is synonymous with the beach. Grab some chairs, towels, an umbrella, and head to the beach! Make sure to pack water and sunblock and be prepared to relax OR play in the waves with your little ones. Here’s a list of the beaches in Palm Beach County.
  5. A Day at a Park

    Imagine spending your afternoons at a park, maybe a little picnic and charcuterie. Aside from the multiple playgrounds that will keep your little ones active, they also offer kayaking, paddle boats, fishing, bike trails, dog parks, and so much more. Here's a list of the parks in Palm Beach County.

Spring is one of the best times to step outside and conjures images of lazy sun-tanning afternoons by the beach, backyard BBQs, relax, and enjoy paradise. Here’s your friendly reminder that fresh air will help keep you chill too, so go out and get some Vitamin D! If you are finally ready to make the move to paradise, Treu Group Real Estate can help you.

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