Located along the southern portion of Florida’s Atlantic coast in Palm Beach County, the village of North Palm Beach is known for its stunning ocean vistas, exclusive lifestyle, and fantastic attractions, like world-class beaches, golf courses, and restaurants.

At the time of the last census, North Palm Beach had a population of just more than 12,000 residents. Though it’s probably not a good fit for traveling penny pinchers, for those willing to cough up a few extra bucks, it’s a prime destination.


Located on an amazingly scenic stretch of coast along Jack Nicklaus Drive in North Palm Beach, the John D. MacArthur Beach State Park is one of the region’s most pristine parks, and offers visitors a glimpse into the past to a time when the Palm Beaches weren’t so developed. The long stretches of beach along the Atlantic are the park’s main draw, but there are also a variety of natural environments just inland, including forested areas and marshy inlets that are home to a diverse array of plant and animal life. Many guests choose to spend an entire day in the park, and it’s a good idea to check out the nature and visitor centers first.


are the abundant species of marine turtle that call the waters off the Florida coast home for much of the year. Admission is free, though most guests choose to leave a donation to assist the center in continuing its vital work.


Florida’s Atlantic and Gulf coasts are both studded with scenic lighthouses from bygone eras, and one of the most historic and picturesque is the Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse. It started life guiding nocturnal mariners more than 150 years ago and has been lovingly restored over the years; it is still in nearly original condition more than a century and a half after it was built. Guided tours are offered daily from 11 AM to 2 PM, and it’s possible to climb the 105 stairs that lead to the lighthouse’s apex, but kids will need to be at least four-feet tall to make the climb.


The North Palm Beach Country Club is publicly owned by the Village of North Palm Beach and is open to the general public seven days a week.

Our famed links-style golf course is one of only two municipal courses in the U.S. designed by the Golden Bear himself. Our unique par 71-course design features elevation changes, rarely found in South Florida, along with rolling fairways and undulated well-bunkered greens. Nicklaus purposefully designed this "thinkers" course to be challenging, yet enjoyable to play.

Our recently renovated L-shaped 50-meter pool offers a spacious pool deck, chaise lounges, and an interactive, colorful splash pad. The pool offers metered swim lanes, and a bevy of lessons and classes for all ages.

Ten lighted Har-Tru tennis courts await you day or dusk. Tennis instruction is available in one of our many clinics, or you may schedule a private court session with a USPTA or PTR certified professional instructor.

Farmer’s Table is here to serve as your community restaurant, with food that has been sourced cleanly and responsibly, so you know you are eating the best our planet has to offer.


Centrally located between Jupiter and Stuart along Florida’s Atlantic coast, Hobe Sound is home to some of the most beautiful nature spots in the state. Travelers from all around the world enjoy the pristine beaches, unspoiled parks and championship golf courses of Hobe Sound. Explore nearby Jonathan Dickinson State Park for camping and canoeing or Blowing Rocks Preserve to view the limestone-studded beach. At high tide, particularly in winter and after storms, water is forced through the holes in the rocks as high as 50 feet in the air. Snorkelers are fond of the preserve’s limestone formations, the largest on the nation’s east coast, found right in Hobe Sound.


Blowing Rocks Preserve, a 73-acre conservation area located just south of Jupiter on Florida’s Treasure Coast. Of the Nature Conservancy’s 400 preserves in the United States, this is their most visited, drawing an average of 55,000 people a year. The main attraction— a mile-long rock formation right between the sand and sea. If you’ve arrived at high tide and the ocean is choppy, you’ll be treated to plumes of water shooting out of the rock, sometimes up to 50 feet in the air. If you arrive at low tide, you’ll be able to walk along the shoreline, searching all the nooks and crannies for shells, fossils.


The goal of the Hobe Sound Murals Project is to beautify specific locations, enhance civic pride, encourage positive networking and plant seeds for future cultural accomplishments. Since 2009, this ‘paint-the-town’ initiative, spearheaded by professional artist Nadia Utto, has provided opportunities to spend some time ‘on-the-wall’ contributing a personal touch to the local ambiance, for over 40 skilled regional artisans and hobbyists, along with approximately 100 individual residents and visitors. There are fun ‘treasure-hunt’ hidden aspects painted within each mural…. So stop by the Chamber for a Mural Tour Map/Brochure – and walk, bike, drive or take a sponsored tour to and around these landmarks! Get a map of all the murals at the Hobe Sound Chamber of Commerce


At Hobe Lake Ski Club, our mission is “waterskiing the way it should be.” To us, this means providing a welcoming atmosphere, a pristine private lake, a brand-new Ski Nautique boat, and professional coaching for skiers of all ages and abilities. We teach new skiers how to get up on two skis for the first time, introduce skiers to the slalom course, and provide coaching for advanced skiers.