Best Boynton Beach Parks
One of the best things about the Boynton Beach area is the incredible weather we enjoy year-round. If you’re looking for a great way to get out and enjoy the beauty of the area, there are quite a few local parks you can visit. To help you find the best ones, we’ve put together a list of our favorites from your friends at Braman Honda of Palm Beach. Check it out and enjoy the best parks in Boynton Beach!
1300 SW 35th Avenue in Boynton Beach, FL
This scenic park is open from sunrise to sunset every day and offers more than 64 acres of beautiful views, including a 3.2-acre lake. With walking paths, freshwater fishing, picnic pavilions, and a playground, this park is perfect for a family outing.
Athletes will enjoy all of the amenities at this park since it also offers basketball courts, an exercise court with 20 stations, eight lighted pickleball courts, lighted racquetball/handball courts, a lighted roller hockey rink, softball courts, and lighted tennis courts.
Check out everything this park has to offer plus great pictures on its website.
4489 North Ocean Boulevard in Gulfstream, FL
This beachy park is open sunrise to sunset every day and offers just under 7 acres of beautiful scenery for you to enjoy. This park is perfect for those who don’t live directly on the beach but still want to enjoy the beautiful landscape of Boynton Beach. This park features a swimming area, saltwater fishing, and picnic areas with grills and a table.
Gulfstream Park also offers all of the amenities you’re looking for to keep the kiddos occupied, including two playground structures for different age groups up to 12 years old. Learn more about the park on its website.
700 NE 4th Avenue in Boynton Beach, FL
Located just behind St. Marks Catholic Church near the Boynton Beach Marina, this park offers a more well-rounded view of Boynton Beach. If you want to see and enjoy the water without the actual beach, this is the place to do it. With observation decks that let you watch as the boats go by and a scenic bridge that takes you through the forest of Mangrove trees and over some swampy area, you’ll have plenty of opportunity to enjoy everything this incredible park has to offer.
Learn more about Mangrove Park, including information about parking and access, on its website.
Arthur R. Marshall Loxahatchee National Wildlife Refuge
10216 Lee Road in Boynton Beach, FL
This beautiful wildlife refuge was established in 1951 and protects a small piece of what’s left of the northern Everglades. This beautiful refuge is an opportunity for you to see some of the last surviving native wildlife and fish populations that were once abundant in Boynton Beach.
At this park, you might see otters, deer, raccoons, alligators, and maybe even a bobcat. Featuring several beautiful trails and even a canoe trail, this park has loads to offer the nature lover.
Learn more about this park, including hours and ticketing information, on the official website.