THINGS TO DO NEAR OUR PALM BEACH GARDENS APARTMENT HOMES
The 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 surround 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. Come home to our Palm Beach Gardens apartment homes and discover all that the surrounding community has to offer!
As one of the area’s most popular attractions, the Loggerhead Marinelife Center offers visitors the chance to learn all about sea turtles and other marine life in Southern Florida. The 12,000 square foot facility has a variety of experiences including private tours and special events that take place during the different seasons. During the winter, you can participate in Astronomy Nights and a hiking program, while guided turtle walks, nest excavations, and hatchling releases are offered in the winter. The center offers the perfect place to learn about Florida’s marine life throughout the year.
With more than 150 fine specialty shops, you can find everything you need at The Gardens Mall. With mainstay stores like Nordstrom, Saks Fifth Avenue, and Bloomingdale’s, as well as specialty, high end stores like Jimmy Choo, Chanel, and Louis Vuitton, the mall offers a variety of styles of everyone. The mall is also home to stores like Pottery Barn and Williams-Sonoma so that you can find the perfect furniture and décor to decorate your new home with. When you need a break from all of the shopping, the mall also has a food court with a wide selection of dining options so that everyone can find something to enjoy.
Spend time at one of Florida’s last remaining natural coastlines at John D. MacArthur Beach State Park. Unlike most of the beaches nearby, the park’s main goal is to preserve the natural heritage of subtropical coastal habitat that once covered most of Southeast Florida. The park is home to several species of plants and more than 20 species of animals that have been 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. The park offers the perfect way to enjoy Florida’s natural beauty while taking in the great outdoors.
There’s so much to see and do when you live at our Palm Beach Gardens apartment homes. Contact us below and find your new luxury home at Hamptons at Palm Beach Gardens.