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Harbour Isles presents yacht enthusiasts with the luxury of keeping their vessels in their own backyard. As one of the few waterfront communities that is not constrained with a fixed bridge, anglers appreciate the easy access to offshore fishing excursions and the convenience of saltwater fishing right off their private dock. Residents enjoy all sorts of saltwater recreation such as paddleboarding, snorkeling, jet skiing, scuba-diving and more. Apart from water based activities, Harbour Isles is surrounded by elite, private golf and tennis clubs such as Seminole Landing, Lost Tree Village, PGA National, BallenIsles, Mirasol, and Admiral’s Cove. The nearby North Palm Beach Country Club offers a public golf course designed by golf legend and North Palm Beach resident Jack Nicklaus. This spectacular course is consistently ranked as one of the top public courses in the nation. The North Palm Beach Country Club also has an Olympic-size lap pool, recreation pool, tennis courts, and clubhouse. Additionally, it hosts a variety of family-friendly events throughout the year such as its annual Egg Extravaganzza in the spring and its remarkable firework display in the summer. Nature enthusiasts enjoy exploring MacArthur State Beach Park, Jupiter Lighthouse, Loggerhead Marine Center, and the Loxahatchee River Center to learn more about Florida’s history and its indigenous tropical environment, wildlife, and marine life. Other popular attractions nearby include the Gardens Mall, Harbourside Place, Downtown Gardens, PGA Commons, Juno Beach Pier, and, of course, the beautiful blue beaches. City Place in West Palm Beach and ritzy Worth Avenue in Palm Beach are a short, 15-minute drive.
Families residing in Harbour Isles are pleased to send their children to the North Palm Beach Conservatory School, a public charter school that incorporates music into academic disciplines. Private school options close by include the Benjamin School, the Weiss School, Trinity Christian School, St. Clare Catholic School, and St. Mark’s Episcopal School. North Palm Beach is well known for its family-friendly atmosphere, which is shown through its dedication and preservation of community parks. Anchorage Park is perhaps the largest facility with baseball fields, soccer fields, basketball courts, playgrounds, tiki huts, picnic areas, boat launch, and a marina. Lakeside Park is an idyllic location tucked behind a residential community and situated along the Intracoastal Waterway. This park features two playgrounds, sand volleyball courts, tiki huts, shore access, walking dock, and jogging trails. Osborne Park, which is located right of Prosperity Farms Road, is a well-kept facility that features basketball courts, handball courts, baseball fields, batting cages, playground, and a multi-purpose room for indoor activities. The North Palm Beach Community Center also has indoor and outdoor basketball courts, baseball fields, playgrounds, and an exercise station jogging trail. For such a quaint town, North Palm Beach is pleased to offer a plethora of recreational leagues and programs to keep children active and engaged.