Gulf Stream Beach
GulfStream Beach park is a Palm Beach County park with fantastic snorkeling. There are rocks and ledges, just a few feet from shore and an artificial reef, 50 yards offshore.
Enjoy swimming in a guarded beach area, where saltwater fishing and surfing are not permitted. When the kids are tired of swimming, take them to the playground. There, they can play on age-appropriate structures suitable for ages 2 to 5, and other structures suitable for ages 2 to 12. With picnic areas with grills, outdoor showers, and a lovely beach, this is a perfect place to spend a day in the sun.
The Town of Gulf Stream rests on the southeastern part of Palm Beach County. Gulf Stream is a modest town of only 0.8 square miles. Do not be fooled by its tiny size however; Gulf Stream has amazing views of the Atlantic Ocean and is a hidden gem between Boynton Beach and Delray Beach.
Located just east of the Intracoastal Waterway, the Town of Gulf Stream is a primarily residential community; however, the close proximity to the ocean brings added benefits for vacationers looking to lounge on a beach and relax.
Popular Attractions and Landmarks in or around Gulf Stream:
Old School Square
Sandoway House Nature Center
Morikami Museum and Japanese Gardens
American Orchid Society
Cornell Museum of Art and American Culture
Major Annual and Ongoing Events in or around Gulf Stream:
Art and Jazz on the Avenue
Bon Festival at Morikami
100-foot Tree Lighting Ceremony
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