A unique feature of Intracoastal Park is its access for non-motorized vessel launching; swimming is not permitted in the pond or in the Intracoastal Waterway. A Veterans Memorial by the city of Boynton Beach is located at the entrance to the park. A 1/3-mile concrete path winds around a small lake with a floating fountain. Amenities include BBQ grills, benches, pavilions, and restrooms. The Clubhouse at Intracoastal Park opened in September 2007. The two-story building features classrooms, catering kitchens, elevator, rental space, and a 10-foot wrap-around balcony overlooking the beautiful Intracoastal Waterway.The building also has kitchen facilities and meeting rooms in case you are looking for a place to rent. There are pavilions to rent--one large and a couple of small ones as well as a fenced playground.
When the park was built, the existing mangrove and native coastal planting areas in the southeast corner of the property were preserved. It is a mitigation area (protected mangroves) with a conservation easement with the Florida Department of Environmental Protection. Manatees have been known to frequent the area. Call 1-888-404-3922, or *FMP on your cell phone, or use VHF Channel 16 to report an injured manatee. Hours: Sunrise- 9:00 p.m.