In today’s hectic world, it is easy to forget that taking time to enjoy each day is important to our health and well-being. Take a walk along the Intracostal Waterway. Catch a fish from the piers in Currie Park. Visit Grassy Waters Preserve. Trail ride though Apoxee Park. Take a sailing lesson on Lake Mangonia. Join a softball team. Play tennis. Participate in a pick-up game of basketball. Sit under a Banyan tree with a good book. Enjoy a concert on the waterfront. Go on a family picnic in the parks. Cool off or learn to swim at Warren Hawkins Aquatic Center. Buy local produce at the West Palm Beach Green Market.
The opportunities are endless and we are committed to ensuring that each resident and visitor has the opportunity to experience
outstanding recreation activities and park facilities that enhance quality of life by helping you stay fit and health, build relationships withfamily and friends and develop a sense of community pride.
The City has an extensive parks and recreation system that offers a wonderful network of regional, community and neighborhood parks, natural areas, pathways and trails, recreation facilities and year round recreation programs and community events.
I invite you all to discover, or rediscover, the world of Parks and Recreations.
Leah Rockwell, CPRP, Director