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North Palm Beach

North Palm Beach
Living in North Palm Beach

Just a few miles away from all of the cultural attractions of Palm Beach, North Palm Beach is a quiet residential enclave. Established in the 1950s, it's long retained a quaint, country-club atmosphere. Tucked along Florida's Treasure Coast, North Palm Beach is perhaps best known for its Jack Nicklaus-designed golf course. It also entices both temporary and permanent residents with its secluded beaches and network of attractive waterfront homes.


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An array of recreational opportunities are on the doorstep for residents to get out on the water with ocean fishing and sailing, or simply watch the boats come in and out of the marina. With well-developed subdivisions and the thriving North Palm Beach Country Club among its features, the community offers the allure of a serene lifestyle.

North Palm Beach real estate


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North Palm Beach homes for sale nestle among the village’s waterways and canals, and many have waterfront views. One of the most desirable areas is Lost Tree Village, one of the area’s first developments. Its single-family homes and condominiums spread out over 450 acres of elegantly landscaped grounds set between the Atlantic Ocean and the Intracoastal Waterway. North Palm Beach real estate also includes Seminole Landing, an exclusive beachfront community. Seminole Landing borders Lost Tree Village and the Seminole Golf Club. Properties here include luxury features such as private lagoons and beach access, columned courtyards and rustic Spanish tiles.

North Palm Beach history


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Known for its municipal golf courses and country clubs, North Palm Beach retains its classic 1950s charm. John D. MacArthur purchased the land that would become North Palm Beach, and the town was incorporated and developed nearly simultaneously in 1956. North Palm Beach grew up over the next few decades with new developments. In 2006, resident Jack Nicklaus put the village on the map by redesigning the golf course.

North Palm Beach restaurants


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From Italian to seafood, North Palm Beach restaurants offer a range of cuisine. Many restaurants sit along U.S. Highway One, including Barolo Ristorante. Locally caught salmon, jumbo shrimp and sole features on the menu, along with homemade pasta dishes and tempting antipasto platters. The cuisine complements an imported premium wine list in a warm, inviting atmosphere. Nonna Maria and Palermo Brick Oven Pizzeria are additional Italian options.

Hog Snappers Shack and Sushi is a lively dining destination with tropical décor, Caribbean art and reggae music. The menu features creative sushi dishes along with Argentinean Churrasco, saffron-scented paella and churros for dessert.

North Palm Beach attractions


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There are abundant outdoor and recreation-oriented attractions in North Palm Beach. MacArthur Beach State Park provides a prime location for viewing sea turtles, exploring nature trails or enjoying a homemade picnic. With nearly two miles of pristine sandy beaches and warm, aquamarine waters, it’s an idyllic spot for relaxation. Anchorage Park is another popular area for community recreation. Boat storage, playgrounds, volleyball courts and fishing are just a few activities in this leafy landscaped oasis.

North Palm Beach events

The city of North Palm Beach puts on a varied range of community events. A highlight is the springtime Heritage Festival and Parade, featuring area clubs and organizations as well as live music, cornhole games and carnival rides. The Hot Cars and Chili festival is another top-notch event, drawing thousands of participants to Anchorage Park in January. The Chili Cook-off includes sizzling competition from local restaurants, though individuals and clubs can also enter. Food festivals, an “Anchors Aweigh” Fishing Tournament and Fourth of July fireworks are a few other special events drawing the North Palm Beach community together.

North Palm Beach nightlife

Nightlife in North Palm Beach is a relaxed affair, with residents gathering in the early evening for happy hour or to watch some sports. You’re guaranteed ice-cold beer at the Brass Ring Pub. Here, license plates adorn the walls, neon signs illuminate the booths, and beer pitchers come accessorized with bags of ice to ensure a frosty brew. Pool tables and burgers round out the offerings at this popular watering hole.

For drinks with a view, Frigate’s Waterfront Bar and Grill is a festive bar with a terraced seating area overlooking the Earman River. The cocktail menu includes frozen margaritas, Moscow mules and mojitos to complement the tropical tiki bar theme. Guests keep entertained with the array of flat-screen TVs and live music, or by simply watching the boats drift by on the water.

North Palm Beach golf

Residents can take advantage of one of the state’s finest municipal golf courses, the North Palm Beach Country Club. Fully renovated by Jack Nicklaus in 2006, this lush course includes new greens and an updated irrigation system for improved playability and drainage. The course’s lighted driving range is just one of its many standout features. This Jack Nicklaus Signature Golf Course blends into the surrounding terrain, with gently undulating greens and Intracoastal Waterway views.

The Lost Tree Club is a private golf course and country club accessible to residents of the Lost Tree Village community. Members enjoy unlimited golf privileges, and the Club is extremely socially active, with a full calendar of family and fundraising functions.

North Palm Beach shopping

Highway One offers a row of shopping outlets, of both the independent and franchise variety. Pick up the catch of the day at Cod and Capers Seafood, North Palm Beach’s finest local fish marketplace since commercial fisherman Stephen Gyland opened it in 1984. Cod and Capers sells fresh seafood to many local restaurants, and individuals can also stop by for a wide range of fresh and frozen seafood, along with pre-made dishes like lobster bisque and bacon-wrapped scallops. For fashion, residents head to Curate Clothes and Accessories for stylish, American-made designs.

Living in North Palm Beach
Just a few miles away from all of the cultural attractions of Palm Beach, North Palm Beach is a quiet residential enclave. Established in the 1950s, it's long retained a quaint, country-club atmosphere. Tucked along Florida's Treasure Coast, North Palm Beach is perhaps best known for its Jack Nicklaus-designed golf course. It also entices both temporary and permanent residents with its secluded beaches and network of attractive waterfront homes.

Large beautiful waterfront houses with docked boats in North Palm Beach” style=


An array of recreational opportunities are on the doorstep for residents to get out on the water with ocean fishing and sailing, or simply watch the boats come in and out of the marina. With well-developed subdivisions and the thriving North Palm Beach Country Club among its features, the community offers the allure of a serene lifestyle.

North Palm Beach real estate


A tennis court next to residential buildings in North Palm Beach” style=


North Palm Beach homes for sale nestle among the village’s waterways and canals, and many have waterfront views. One of the most desirable areas is Lost Tree Village, one of the area’s first developments. Its single-family homes and condominiums spread out over 450 acres of elegantly landscaped grounds set between the Atlantic Ocean and the Intracoastal Waterway. North Palm Beach real estate also includes Seminole Landing, an exclusive beachfront community. Seminole Landing borders Lost Tree Village and the Seminole Golf Club. Properties here include luxury features such as private lagoons and beach access, columned courtyards and rustic Spanish tiles.

North Palm Beach history


A restaurant that sits on a canal in North Palm Beach” style=


Known for its municipal golf courses and country clubs, North Palm Beach retains its classic 1950s charm. John D. MacArthur purchased the land that would become North Palm Beach, and the town was incorporated and developed nearly simultaneously in 1956. North Palm Beach grew up over the next few decades with new developments. In 2006, resident Jack Nicklaus put the village on the map by redesigning the golf course.

North Palm Beach restaurants


A beautiful beach with trees providing shade in North Palm Beach” style=


From Italian to seafood, North Palm Beach restaurants offer a range of cuisine. Many restaurants sit along U.S. Highway One, including Barolo Ristorante. Locally caught salmon, jumbo shrimp and sole features on the menu, along with homemade pasta dishes and tempting antipasto platters. The cuisine complements an imported premium wine list in a warm, inviting atmosphere. Nonna Maria and Palermo Brick Oven Pizzeria are additional Italian options.

Hog Snappers Shack and Sushi is a lively dining destination with tropical décor, Caribbean art and reggae music. The menu features creative sushi dishes along with Argentinean Churrasco, saffron-scented paella and churros for dessert.

North Palm Beach attractions


A golf course with high-rises in the background in North Palm Beach” style=


There are abundant outdoor and recreation-oriented attractions in North Palm Beach. MacArthur Beach State Park provides a prime location for viewing sea turtles, exploring nature trails or enjoying a homemade picnic. With nearly two miles of pristine sandy beaches and warm, aquamarine waters, it’s an idyllic spot for relaxation. Anchorage Park is another popular area for community recreation. Boat storage, playgrounds, volleyball courts and fishing are just a few activities in this leafy landscaped oasis.

North Palm Beach events

The city of North Palm Beach puts on a varied range of community events. A highlight is the springtime Heritage Festival and Parade, featuring area clubs and organizations as well as live music, cornhole games and carnival rides. The Hot Cars and Chili festival is another top-notch event, drawing thousands of participants to Anchorage Park in January. The Chili Cook-off includes sizzling competition from local restaurants, though individuals and clubs can also enter. Food festivals, an “Anchors Aweigh” Fishing Tournament and Fourth of July fireworks are a few other special events drawing the North Palm Beach community together.

North Palm Beach nightlife

Nightlife in North Palm Beach is a relaxed affair, with residents gathering in the early evening for happy hour or to watch some sports. You’re guaranteed ice-cold beer at the Brass Ring Pub. Here, license plates adorn the walls, neon signs illuminate the booths, and beer pitchers come accessorized with bags of ice to ensure a frosty brew. Pool tables and burgers round out the offerings at this popular watering hole.

For drinks with a view, Frigate’s Waterfront Bar and Grill is a festive bar with a terraced seating area overlooking the Earman River. The cocktail menu includes frozen margaritas, Moscow mules and mojitos to complement the tropical tiki bar theme. Guests keep entertained with the array of flat-screen TVs and live music, or by simply watching the boats drift by on the water.

North Palm Beach golf

Residents can take advantage of one of the state’s finest municipal golf courses, the North Palm Beach Country Club. Fully renovated by Jack Nicklaus in 2006, this lush course includes new greens and an updated irrigation system for improved playability and drainage. The course’s lighted driving range is just one of its many standout features. This Jack Nicklaus Signature Golf Course blends into the surrounding terrain, with gently undulating greens and Intracoastal Waterway views.

The Lost Tree Club is a private golf course and country club accessible to residents of the Lost Tree Village community. Members enjoy unlimited golf privileges, and the Club is extremely socially active, with a full calendar of family and fundraising functions.

North Palm Beach shopping

Highway One offers a row of shopping outlets, of both the independent and franchise variety. Pick up the catch of the day at Cod and Capers Seafood, North Palm Beach’s finest local fish marketplace since commercial fisherman Stephen Gyland opened it in 1984. Cod and Capers sells fresh seafood to many local restaurants, and individuals can also stop by for a wide range of fresh and frozen seafood, along with pre-made dishes like lobster bisque and bacon-wrapped scallops. For fashion, residents head to Curate Clothes and Accessories for stylish, American-made designs.

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