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Get to know Lake Clarke Shores

The word “shores” in Lake Clarke Shores doesn’t refer to the Atlantic, but rather to the eponymous Lake Clarke, around which once grew a major source of the nation’s pineapple supply. In general, what’s good for pineapples is good for people, and this is a suburban paradise with perfect South Florida weather. It also seems to be a rare refuge from traffic, even though it’s close to both I-95 and commercial centers. The canal-laced streets are lined with well-landscaped single-family homes, and it’s a town where joggers, bicyclists, and dog walkers outnumber cars for much of the day. Quite a few boat lovers live here as well, and they’ve built stately houses and docks on lots lakeside and on canals to the east of the city.

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Living in The Palm Beaches

When the Spanish brigantine “Providencia” ran aground in 1878 with a cargo of 20,000 coconuts, early settlers planted most of them in the sand, sprouting the spindly non-native trees that would come to define South Florida’s preeminent paradise playground. From a singular, namesake enclave on Lake Worth Lagoon grew a cluster of mainland and barrier island communities that would come to collectively be known as The Palm Beaches. What was once predominantly a winter haven for Northeast magnates and moguls is today a thriving metropolitan region, welcoming residents and sojourners alike with world-class culture, a thriving economy, and the quintessential climate to maximize your time outdoors. Whether deep sea fishing off Jupiter Inlet, hitting the links off PGA Boulevard, or mounting on horseback in Wellington, there’s little one can’t enjoy year-round.