- MLS® #: RX-10702201
- 4475 N Ocean Blvd #44g
- Boynton Beach, FL 33483
- 3 Bed, 3 Bath, 2,050 SqFt
- Office: Karl E. Scott Inc
The vibrant community of Boynton Beach is part of the greater Palm Beach County region of Florida's eastern coast. While it's smaller than some of the area's more famous cities, there are plenty of fun things to do in Boynton Beach and its neighboring communities. Boynton Beach is just a short drive away from Boca Raton and West Palm Beach, so you'll never be short on options for things to do! (Read More about Boynton Beach).
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As the name might suggest, Boynton Beach's best feature is its beaches. One of our absolute favorite things to do in Boynton Beach, Florida, is to visit beautiful Oceanfront Park. Oceanfront Park is open from sunrise to 9 p.m., 365 days a year! The beach features trained lifeguards, designated swimming and surfing areas, convenient parking, lounge chair and umbrella rentals, a café, picnic pavilions, and a playground. Oceanfront Park is one of our favorite choices for family-friendly beaches due to the presence of lifeguards and the kid-friendly activities onsite. From April to October, sea turtles are known to nest in the park. Maybe you'll catch a glimpse of the hatchlings! Just be careful not to disturb them.
Because Oceanfront Park is so popular with residents and tourists alike, it can get crowded at times. If you're a looking for quieter, more relaxing things to do in Boynton Beach this weekend, we have you covered. Take a drive and check out some of the area's less-popular beaches for a more private day at the beach. Some highly recommended choices in the region include Ocean Inlet Park, a beach in the nearby town of Ocean Ridge that features boat rentals, fishing, concessions, and a children's play area. Or you might try Gulfstream Park, a more secluded experience that's just perfect for couples looking for a romantic date night. Other popular choices in surrounding communities include Delray Beach, Lake Worth Beach, Boca Raton South Beach, Palm Beach, Ocean Ridge Hammock Park, and Atlantic Dunes Park.
While swimming and relaxing in the sand are naturally everyone's favorite beach activities, Boynton Beach has a number of other sources of oceanside fun. Fishing is very popular in the city and throughout the whole area, especially ocean fishing on charter boats. Some of our favorite lines include Millertime Fishing Charters, Florida Fishing Academy, The Sea Mist III, and Ham'r Time Fishing Charters. The Gulf Stream current, which brings warm Caribbean water up the Florida coast, runs closer to Boynton Beach than any other city. This makes it a great place to fish for mahi mahi, tuna, sailfish, and the like. Millertime and Limbo Charters also offer relaxing boat cruises down the intracoastal waterway. The crystal-clear waters of Boynton Beach also make it a great destination for snorkeling and scuba-diving to see beautiful tropical fish, sea turtles, squid, sharks, and more. Book a dive with Loggerhead Dive Charters, Starfish Scuba, or Splashdown Dive Charters to get started.
Not feeling the ocean today? No problem! Stay dry on land with Boynton Beach's many beautiful golf and tennis courses. The area offers challenging adult-level courses and kid-friendly options. For tennis players, we recommend Boynton Beach's downtown Tennis Center at Barrier Free Park. This facility is open to the general public and offers 21 courts, a pro shop, lessons, and both youth and adult programs. There are many options for public and private golf courses all around the Palm Beach County area, many of which offer memberships, lessons, and other services. Some of our favorite include The Links, Cypress Creek Country Club, Delray Dunes, Westchester Country Club, Osprey Point, Palm Beach Par 3, and Atlantic National Golf Club.
Those on a budget may be looking for things to do in Boynton Beach for free this week. Luckily, there are plenty of options for affordable fun. The city of Boynton Beach sponsors weekly free events, workshops, and classes through the library, senior center, and recreation centers. Check out the events calendar to see what's happening this week! Some long-term, regularly scheduled events include Art Walk on the fourth Thursday of each month and free Music on the Rocks concerts on the third Friday of the month. (Please note that both of these events do not run in the winter months.) Boynton Beach also has a number of public art displays and parks that are free to roam. The city's parks are as varied as they are numerous; you'll find small community parks and large urban greenspaces as well as preserved areas of natural scrubland and coastal nature areas. Many of the city's parks offer features like playgrounds, baseball fields, tennis courts, and picnic areas. Check out the Boynton Beach Recreation and Parks Department's interactive map to find parks in your neighborhood.
Families will find plenty of things to do in Boynton Beach for kids. Many of the city's free lessons and classes are kid-centered. Parents can enroll their child in a variety of summer camps, art classes, lifesaving lessons, dance classes, soccer, basketball, football, tennis, or karate. Many of these classes are offered through the City Library, which features a children's section and youth services. Other popular community fixtures with families are the city's many recreation centers. Visit the Intracoastal Park Clubhouse, Oyer Park Clubhouse, Hester Center, Carolyn Sims Center, Civic Center, or Art Center for a variety of recreational activities year-round. Or head over to the John Denson Pool for swimming, aqua-fitness classes, and water slides. Youth ages 13-17 get in for a reduced price, and kids 12 and younger are free!
The top attraction for little ones in Boynton Beach is the Schoolhouse Children's Museum and Learning Center. The museum offers tactile, interactive exhibits that allow kids to learn the area's history and culture through play. The museum offers weekly and monthly special events for even more learning and fun. Check out their website to see what's happening next!
While the city is beautiful by day, there are also lots of things to do in Boynton Beach at night. Couples in particular often like to take advantage of the city's nightlife, as Boynton Beach's picturesque coastline makes a nice setting for a romantic date. Window-shopping is a popular date-night activity, and Boynton Beach has plenty of retail locations, big and small. Boynton Beach Mall is an excellent choice, as it is open late and includes a movie theater. Boynton Beach is also home to a wealth of excellent restaurants. Banana Boat, Two Georges, Prime Catch, Hurricane Alley, Lemongrass Asian Bistro, and Agliolio are all popular choices. Boynton Beach also has a thriving brewery district for adult fun. Many of the city's breweries offer tours, tastings, or built-in bars. We recommend Copperpoint Brewing Company, Due South Brewing, and NOBO.
Outside of the city center, there are more fun things to do near Boynton Beach that are just a short drive up or down the coast! Boynton Beach neighbors the communities of Delray Beach and Lake Worth, where you'll find more beautiful beaches, golf courses, and parks, if you're looking to branch out from those in Boynton Beach. Some fun-filled attractions in these communities to consider include Lake Worth Lagoon, the Morikami Museum and Japanese Gardens, and Sandoway Discovery Center.
South of Boynton Beach and Delray Beach, you'll find Boca Raton. Known for its beaches and its popularity as a vacation destination, Boca Raton is just a 20-minute drive from Boynton Beach and offers a beautiful coastline and world-class golf courses. Other popular destinations in Boca Raton include the Town Center and Mizner Park shopping centers, Red Reef Park, the Gumbo Limbo Nature Center, Sugar Sand Park, the Children's Science Explorium, and the Boca Raton Museum of Art.
North of Boynton Beach, just 25 minutes away, sits the city of West Palm Beach. The largest city of the Palm Beach County region, West Palm Beach is a world-famous vacation spot and will provide many weekends of fun for those looking for day trips. The city's best-rated beaches and nature areas include Palm Beach, Juno Beach Park, and Ocean Reef Park. For golfers, West Palm Beach features some of the best courses around, including the PGA National Resort, the Palm Beach Country Club, and Madison Green Country Club. For shopping, visit Clematis Street, Palm Beach Outlets, or CityPlace. Families with kids will enjoy Lion Country Safari, the Palm Beach Zoo, snorkeling at Peanut Island, visiting the Norton Museum of Art, or having fun at the South Florida Science Center or Rapids Water Park.