There's a reason why Naples is called the "Crown Jewel of Southwest Florida." Perhaps it's the miles of powdery white beaches, the non-stop ocean views and glorious sunsets, or maybe the accessibility to dozens of world-class golf courses. It's hard to say, but one thing is for certain, once you experience this "jewel", you'll never want to leave.
Don't take my word for it; here are ten reasons why people move to Golden Gate Community Center in Naples Florida
The village of Royal Palm Beach Florida is a favorite travel destination for many families, friends and groups looking to have fun and indulge in various ways. Voted as one of the best 10 towns for families in the USA by the Family Circle Magazine in 2008, the village is full of a wide range of activities that fulfill the diverse needs of residents and visitors alike. Royal Palm Beach parks are notable for there high level of planning, lush gardens, ample wildlife and for their functionality.
Islamorada Founders Park is a very large community park operated by the village of Islamorada. The park is located on the Gulf of Mexico side of Islamorada just off mile marker 87 on the Overseas Highway. The park is a large well-manicured recreational facility primarily for use by local residents. Guests staying in nearby hotels can also use the facilities for free. All other guests must pay a per person fee for access to the park.
Greynolds Park is located in northeast Miami-Dade county is west of Dixie Highway just south of Miami Gardens Drive (NE 185th St). The park was formerly the site of a rock quarry and was donated to the county by the Ojus Rock Company back in 1936. This 249-acre park is home to a variety of plants and animals that make their homes in the hammock and the protected mangrove habitats.
Crandon Park has long been a favorite recreational spot for natives and visitors alike. Crandon is located just south of the Miami Seaquarium and north of Bill Baggs Cape Florida State Park. This beautiful beachfront park on Key Biscayne in Miami-Dade County is comprised of various ecosystems of the Key including mangroves, seagrass beds, coastal hammock and dunes.
C.B. (Charlie Barney) Smith Park is one of the most popular public county parks in Broward. It is located in the southwestern city of Pembroke Pines on a 299-acres plot of land. C.B. Smith is chock full of wonderful recreation opportunities from the spacious Paradise Cove water park to golf and much more.
Okeeheelee Park is a regional 1700+ acre park in western Palm Beach county near Wellington. This huge park consists of a Nature Center, equestrian center, golf course, lighted courts, lighted athletic fields, bike paths, dog park (Pooch Pines), disc golf and many other amenities. From water-skiing to boating to volleyball to fishing there is something for every active family.
Picower Super Park within John Prince Park is one of the main draws to this central Palm Beach County facility in central Lake Worth. Recently created, the Picower Super park has a large barrier free splash area and multiple ability/age play equipment in a fenced area with restrooms. This county run regional park has about 726.36 acres (includes 338 lake acres). There's a popular campground and everything from walking trails, kayaking, golfing to bocce, basketball, volleyball and tennis.
Burt Aaronson South County Regional is a huge park in northwest Boca Raton maintained by Palm Beach County. Remember to pay attention driving amongst the attractions because it is easy to get turned around in this massive park. Burt Aaronson Park includes almost 900 acres of recreation. South County Regional Park is definitely the gem of Palm Beach County's park system and one of the most comprehensive leisure destinations in the State!