10 Best Palm Beach Gardens Beaches for a Weekend of Fun

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Every year, over 8 million tourists travel to palm beach for a relaxing getaway in paradise. Nothing spells vacation time better than the beautiful Palm beach gardens, beaches, cuisine, nightlife, and adventures.

No matter your interests, there is something for everyone to enjoy in Palm Beach, from exhilarating water sports, snorkeling, deep-sea fishing, luxury hotels, sun-worshipping, and very fine-dining experiences.

That being said, if you are coming for the public beaches, there are multiple options for you to explore, so many that it is nearly overwhelming to decide on which beaches you want to visit.

If you are confused about the best Palm Beach Gardens and beaches to check out, we created this article to teach you everything you need to know. So take a seat, pack your bags, and keep reading to learn more about the best spots in Palm Beach! 

1. Peanut Island

If you are headed to Palm Beach to take part in some snorkeling adventures, then look no further than exploring Peanut Island! Located only a short 20-minute drive from the Casa Grandview area, this man-made island is a paradise of tropical fish and incredible underwater scenery.

There is also an 80-acre park with campgrounds, walking trails, and beautiful beaches to relax on. If you are hiring a boat during your stay, this is an easy to access area with many places to dock at. 

2. Juno Beach

If you are a sunrise lover, then head over to Juno beach to witness a spectacular sunrise with the family. Pack some coffee and muffins and make it a family event, and enjoy all that Juno beach has to offer in the wee hours of the morning.

This area has a 990-foot pier for you to sun gaze from, watch the waves roll in, and feel the blessings of being alive. If you love other activities such as surfing, fishing, swimming, and snorkeling, Juno Beach has that too.

If you are a fan of wildlife spotting, there is a large Sea turtle conservation located right on the main beach. Depending on the time of year, you may get a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to watch those adorable little turtles make their way to the shores to begin their cycle of life.

3. Oceanfront Park

If you require a more relaxing experience, then beachside cabanas will probably fulfill your desires. Oceanfront park contains private and public beachside cabana rentals for you to experience with your family. Pack a lunch, bring your cooler, and stock up on your books as you relax and soak up the experience of doing absolutely nothing for the day!

4. Coral Cove

If you require some wildlife spotting, then take the boat over to Coral Cove for a day of wildlife viewing and adventuring. Make sure you bring your snorkel gear because there is a lot of underwater life to explore.

Among the crystal clear waters and rock formations, you will discover tropical fish, stingrays, seahorses, and more. If you are really lucky, you may spot a pod of dolphins making their way over for a meal.

5. Sebastion Inlet

Sebastion Inlet is like a boater’s paradise, from deep-sea fishing, wildlife spotting, and crystal clear turquoise waters, there is something to experience for everyone. If you are a surfer and a boat-enthusiast, you are in luck as Sebastion Inlet has some of the best waves that the sunshine state has to offer! 

After your morning boating safety checklist, head there in the earlier part of the morning to get your glimpse of the sea turtles, manatees, and dolphins having their early-morning feeds. Just be careful about boating around the wildlife as over 120 or more manatees die from boating accidents every single year. 

6. Canaveral National Seashore

If you are craving a beach that feels like your own private getaway, then you need to look hard for the right Palm Beach Gardens beaches that are not over-populated. Depending on the time of year, this can be quite hard to find.

However, we will let you in on a little secret, Canaveral National Seashore has some of the best-secluded beaches that the entire coast has to offer. If you enter through the north entrance of New Smyrna Beach, you will find the idyllic and picturesque beach areas that look like you are in a real-life postcard.

You can also forget traveling by road and enter this area with a boat which is an even more special experience. Just make sure you have everything you need onboard to enjoy a full day of boating! 

Bayfront Park

Take your boat out to Bayfront Park to enjoy the perks of being on a little island, away from highways, roads, and lots of people. This island is quieter than the other islands, which gives you a feeling of being alone with your loved ones, while you soak up the sun and play in the water together.

The unforgettable views of Tampa Bay are incredible, especially at the hours of twilight as the lights go on in the distance. Hang out here for the day while you observe your nervous system calming down and rejuvenate while being away from the hustle and bustle of city life. 

Learn More About Palm Beach Gardens, Beaches, and More

If you are ready to unwind from the city life and ready to give yourself an unforgettable family vacation, look no further than Palm Beach Gardens, Beaches, and wildlife! 

Make sure you pack your masks, sunscreen, and keep your distance on the beach so you can enjoy a safe and relaxing holiday with your family.

To learn more about booking a fishing charter or boat rental, feel free to contact us for any booking information you need! 


GBC has the fastest-growing fleet of cruising and fishing boats in South Florida. our reputation for excellent service and safety is second to none. Wheter you are planning a sunset cruise, ocean fishing, or a family water skiing trip on the intracoastal, GBC makes it simple and easy.

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