Palm Beach Gardens has a wide variety of parks that visitors and residents enjoy. The vast majority of parks in Palm Beach Gardens offer facilities and amenities that promote outdoor recreational pursuits.
The City Park has courts for basketball, handball, and tennis. Gardens Park has baseball fields, soccer fields, and play areas. Lake Catherine Park offers softball fields, play areas, running trails, and a boat entry area. Lilac Park has a regulation size baseball facility and a dog run. Mirasol Park consists of 17 acres of pavilions, softball/baseball fields and multi-purpose fields, basketball courts, and a playground.
Oaks Park has tennis courts and a running trail. Plant Drive Park has lighted baseball fields, two roller hockey rinks, basketball courts, play areas, and a skate park. PGA National Park has lighted softball and multi-purpose fields, lighted basketball and tennis courts, pavilions, disc golf course, a fully accessible playground, and a concession. Sand Hill Crane Park offers water access, trails, nature observation sites, boat parking, and a boat ramp. Thompson River Linear Park has trails, shaded seating areas, fishing areas, and canoe access. Twins Park offers shaded rest stop areas.
All of the parks in Palm Beach Gardens have attractive features, but which is your favorite? Vote for your favorite Palm Beach Gardens park below or leave a comment about other great areas to visit in Palm Beach Gardens. You can vote for more than one park!