Hamptons at Palm Beach Gardens integrates luxury living in a tropical paradise that is less than a 20-minute drive to the nearest beaches. With an impeccably landscaped property full of palm trees that surrounds our resort-style saltwater pool, there’s not another apartment community that compares in Palm Beach Gardens. What’s even better is our proximity to all the great recreational and entertainment opportunities. Here’s a list of things to do in Palm Beach Gardens:
One of the area’s most popular attractions is the Loggerhead Marinelife Center, which focuses on education about sea turtles and other Southern Florida marine life. This non-profit organization’s 12,000 square foot facility includes a state-of-the-art full service veterinary hospital, exhibit hall, outdoor classroom, research lab, and a resource center. There’s also a marine-themed gift store. The surrounding park has free parking, a beach, walking trails, a playground, and picnic pavilions. For more details about hours of operation and admission, visit Loggerhead Marinelife Center’s website.
Downtown at the Gardens is Palm Beach Gardens’ open-air shopping center. Visitors can browse over 50 unique stores and restaurants. From bars to boutiques, Downtown at the Gardens has something for every occasion. Downtown at the Gardens even has a Whole Foods Market! The Gardens Mall features over 150 fine specialty shops like Nordstrom, Saks Fifth Avenue, Bloomingdale’s, Macy’s, and Sears. With all these fine retailers in town, you are sure to find anything you need at Palm Beach Gardens.
The Frenchman’s Forest is 172-acres of natural area that was once part of the headwater of Lake Worth Creek. Over 500 animals and 200 plant species call this forest home, including the great horned owl and gopher tortoise. There are plenty of trails for hiking and a boardwalk to survey Florida’s natural beauty. John D. MacArthur Beach State Park is a haven to seven species of plants and 22 species of animals designated as endangered or threatened. Situated on Munyon Island, there are different types of terrain to explore, such as maritime hammocks, estuary, beaches and dunes, as well as a limestone rock reef.
There’s so much to see and do when you live at our Palm Beach Gardens apartment homes. Schedule a visit to Hamptons at Palm Beach Gardens and find your new luxury home.