Royal Palm Beach Homes
Royal Palm Beach is a village in southeast Florida, located within Palm Beach County. The population was measured at 21,523 in the 2000 census. As of April 2008, the recorded population was 31,864. Ranked as one of the Top 10 Best Towns for Families by Family Circle Magazine, the Village of Royal Palm Beach is a fantastic location to buy a new home in the South Florida real estate market. To help with the family-centric community, Royal Palm Beach requires ten acres of parkland for every 1,000 residents. This helps preserve a true sense of community, as well as the beauty of the area. The village is also a bird sanctuary and a Tree City USA, named by the National Arbor Day Foundation. Purchase one of the various Royal Palm Beach, Florida homes for sale to see what this community is all about.
Things To Do in Royal Palm Beach
Royal Palm Beach just opened a new park called Royal Palm Beach Commons. The park features a driving range, putting course, kayaking, picnic pavilions and playgrounds, as well as other options. There are also more than a dozen other public parks in the area for residents to enjoy, including a 747-acre nature preserve. The Royal Palm Beach Cultural Center is the place for local concerts, events and dances. There are two city-owned golf courses within Royal Palm Beach, and another 150 or so public and private courses within the remainder of Palm Beach County. Visit nearby Lake Worth, Florida for live music, galleries and dining along the Avenue and the Green Market for fresh produce and baked goods on the weekends. The nearby Village of Wellington provides some of the finest equestrian shows and facilities in the world. It is home to the Winter Equestrian Festival, which brings in thousands of visitors each year from around the world. Not far from Royal Palm Beach, the City of West Palm Beach is the home of the Kravis Center for the Performing Arts. The facility hosts theatrical productions, the opera and the ballet year-round. Meyer Amphitheater hosts outdoor concerts with families in mind, and SunFest brings in musicians and artists to the waterfront of West Palm Beach each year. While in West Palm Beach, enjoy the Intracoastal and easy access to miles of South Florida’s white, sandy beaches. Pack your afternoon with boating, fishing, sailing and diving. The less adventurous may simply stay on the shore and soak in the beauty and sunshine of South Florida life. Learn about the history of the region in nearby Lake Worth at the Lake Worth Historical Museum and the Lake Worth Playhouse. For more outdoor sporting adventures, head to the area of the Lockhart Municipal Pier, in nearby Lake Worth, for the area’s best locations for surfing.