The master-planned village of North Palm Beach occupies the sunny east coast of Florida, about 9 miles to the north of the West Palm Beach.
It is an ideal place to live in as it is bounded by the neighborhoods of Lake Park to the south, Juno Ridge to the north, and Palm Beach Gardens to the west. It is bounded to the east by the stunning blue waters of the Atlantic Ocean.
The village is often the top choice of people looking for either a place where they can start a family or an idyllic neighborhood where they can retire.
North Palm Beach was made possible when John D. MacArthur bought 2,600 acres of land from Sir Harry Oakes. The land initially included the neighborhoods of Palm Beach Gardens, Lake Park and Palm Beach Shores. Originally a farm land with mangrove swamps, North Palm Beach was developed by MacArthur to become a master-planned village.
To make this possible, dredging was done to form waterfront cul-de-sacs and new arterial roadways. The former home of Sir Harry Oakes was converted to become the North Palm Beach Country Club Clubhouse.
The village is also home to Jack Nicklaus who redesigned the golf course, which was reopened in 2006.
Ocean fishing, water sports, and boating are just some of the activities that locals can do while they are in North Palm Beach.
The village is homes to a number of well-maintained parks such as Anchorage Park, Delacorte Park, John D. MacArthur Beach State Park, Lakeside Park, Osborne Park and Alamanda Park. Anchorage Park features playgrounds, volleyball courts, tennis courts, docks and a dog park.
The North Palm Beach Country Club boasts of the Jack Nicklaus Signature golf course, an Olympic-sized swimming pool and a tennis facility with Har-Tru courts.