Wellington Area Beaches

Palm Beach County’s Ocean Rescue lifeguards and inflatable rescue boat operators protect swimmers at thirteen oceanfront and inlet parks from Tequesta to Boca Raton. Swimming areas are guarded year-round from 9:00 am until 5:20 pm, seven days a week, except for DuBois Park and Peanut Island which are guarded seven days a week from Memorial Day until Labor Day and then weekends and holidays the remainder of the year.

A beach surf wheelchair is available at each of the following beach parks:
Carlin, 400 S. SR A1A, Jupiter
Jupiter Beach, 1375 Jupiter Beach Rd., Jupiter
Loggerhead, 14200 US Hwy. 1, Juno Beach
Ocean Cay, 2188 Marcinski Rd., Jupiter
Ocean Reef, 3860 N. Ocean Blvd., Riviera Beach
R. G. Kreusler, 2695 S. Ocean Blvd., Palm Beach
South Inlet, 1298 S. Ocean Blvd., Boca Raton
NOTE: Contact a lifeguard at each location to arrange for use.

Carlin Park, 400 S. SR A1A, Jupiter
Coral Cove Park, 19450 SR 707, Tequesta
DuBois Park, 19075 DuBois Rd., Jupiter
Gulfstream Park, 4489 N. Ocean Blvd., Gulfstream
Juno Beach Park, 14775 SR A1A, Juno Beach
Jupiter Beach Park, 1375 Jupiter Beach Rd., Jupiter
Loggerhead Park, 14200 US Hwy. 1, Juno Beach
Ocean Cay Park (unguarded), 2188 Marcinski Rd., Jupiter
Ocean Inlet Park, 6990 N. Ocean Blvd., Ocean Ridge
Ocean Reef Park, 3860 N. Ocean Blvd., Riviera Beach
Ocean Ridge Hammock Park (unguarded), 6620 N. Ocean Blvd., Ocean Ridge
Peanut Island Park, Intracoastal Waterway, Near the Lake Worth Inlet, Riviera Beach
Phil Foster Memorial Park, 900 E. Blue Heron Blvd., Riviera Beach
R. G. Kreusler Park, 2695 S. Ocean Blvd., Palm Beach
South Inlet Park, 1298 S. Ocean Blvd., Boca Raton


Wellington, Palm Beach

Wellington is a beautiful village in Palm Beach, Florida with an estimated population of just over 55,000. The village was incorporated on December 31st, 1995. In the 30’s and 40’s Wellington was the worlds largest strawberry patch before becoming a distinguished city in Palm Beach. In the area, there are over 25 parks, which includes 13 oceanfront parks, and recreational centers where you can enjoy anything from Soccer to Tennis to Swimming. Wellington has something for everyone to enjoy, the parks and local beaches attract families while the nightlife in Wellington attracts people of all different ages.

Wellington is internationally famous for their big Equestrian and Polo events and the annual Top Gun model aircraft show, among others. The National Horse Show draws in hundreds of horses every year to compete in the longest running series of the equestrian events. Golfing is also a very popular sport in Wellington, with many courses to choose from. There are six elementary schools, three middle schools, and two High schools in this area. The majority of the time, children will be sent to the school that corresponds to the neighborhood the child lives in. There are also two private schools, if you wish for a smaller setting for your child and want to spend the extra money. There are plans for a college in Wellington, one that the Palm Beach Community College has proposed building.

When the sun goes down and the moon comes out, the nightlife is in full swing. There are many nearby clubs, restaurants, and shops in the Wellington area to satisfy anyone looking for an enjoyable and fun time. From the Blue Martini, one of the most sophisticated bars in all of Palm Beach to the casual Hotel Nightclub, a nightclub with their own hotel, where you can check in whenever you like. If you want a nice place to relax and unwind after a long day, then Mizner Park is the place to go. The Boca Raton Museum of Art plays host to many beautiful art collections.

Many celebrities either have temporary places here or live here all year long, including great actors such as Tommy Lee Jones and Glenn Close, former baseball great Sammy Sosa, and musicians Bruce Springsteen and Vanilla Ice. New York mayor Michael Bloomberg also has a residence in Wellington. The weather in Wellington is perfect. You can enjoy outdoor activities all year long. It never gets too cold, a main reason why Wellington has become a primary place for northern travelers during the winter.

So no matter who you are, Wellington is a great city to either visit or permanently make a home. With hundreds of activities to participate in and numerous shops to spend hours at a time attempting to find the perfect gift, Wellington is the perfect place to be, sure to provide endless entertainment and enjoyment.

Wellington Nightlife


When the sun goes down, Wellington, Palm Beach, and West Palm Beach gets its second wind. Palm Beach offers a variety of nightlife and entertainment options. West Palm Beach nightlife is famous for its diversity of entertainment: from laid back options to the best Palm Beach clubs the area has to offer, Palm Beach nightlife and entertainment offers something for every taste.

Atlantic Avenue District – http://www.delraybeach.com
Atlantic Avenue
Delray Beach, FL 33483
561.279.1380 Ext. 17
Atlantic Avenue offers traditional downtown shopping, complete with quaint brick sidewalks and gaslight-style street lamps. Featured are gourmet restaurants, cozy bistros and outdoor cafes in addition to boutiques, gift shops, jewelry stores, art galleries and antique shops.

Blue Martini – http://www.bluemartinilounge.com
550 South Rosemary Avenue, Suite 244
West Palm Beach, FL 33401
Blue Martini is an upscale martini bar featuring over 20 of the hottest specialty martinis complemented by a truly sensational tapas menu. Featuring South Florida’s finest jazz and R&B entertainers seven nights a week.

CityPlace – http://www.cityplace.com
700 South Rosemary Avenue, Suite 200
West Palm Beach, FL 33401
Reminiscent of an Italian town center, CityPlace is South Florida’s premier shopping, dining and entertainment destination. Enjoy over 80 retailers, 20 restaurants, cultural arts theater and a 20-screen Muvico. Enjoy free weekend entertainment on the plaza in front of the show fountains.

Clematis Street District – http://www.westpalmbeachdda.com
Downtown West Palm Beach
West Palm Beach, FL 33401
A diverse collection of more than 50 shops and galleries and over 30 restaurants and clubs located near the Intracoastal waterfront.

Downtown at the Gardens – http://www.simon.com/mall/default.aspx?ID=1284
11701 Lake Victoria Gardens Avenue, Suite 2202
Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33410
Downtown at the Gardens is Palm Beach County’s newest open-air, pedestrian-only shopping center featuring a Whole Foods Market, 16-screen Cobb Theater, an extraordinary collection of restaurants and many of the nation’s finest specialty retailers. Additionally, visitors enjoy elaborate landscaping, three permanent art fountains and an exclusive collection of museum quality sculpture, displayed on a rotating basis for sale.

Hotel Nightclub – http://www.hotelrocklobby.com
700 South Rosemary Avenue
West Palm Beach, FL 33401
CityPlace in West Palm Beach thrives on the class and elegance of its clientele; make the most of this classy ambience and check into your own hotel. Club owner and operator Tommy Finneran says this bar will surpass all expectations. “We want to bring the first real nightclub to the area,” Finneran said. “We wanted to have a real exclusive South Beach Hotel Delano-type feel; upscale, casual, chic and of course no sneakers.”

Mizner Park – http://www.miznerpark.com
433 Plaza Real, Suite 355
Boca Raton, FL 33432
At Mizner Park, you can shop, dine and then unwind at the art museum, cinema or outdoor amphitheater. The refreshing, resort-like atmosphere is just what you’ve been looking for.

Worth Avenue Association – http://www.worth-avenue.com
P.O. Box 2126
Palm Beach, FL 33480
Legendary for its quality merchandise, extraordinary integrity and oceanside setting, opulent Worth Avenue on Palm Beach offers everything from haute couture designer clothing, shoes and jewelry to internationally acclaimed paintings and antiques, restaurants, hotels, boutiques, upscale businesses and services.