Nestled against the cerulean waves of the Intracoastal Waterway for more than a mile, Lake Worth Golf Course?s 18-hole layout stretches across 6,100 yards of classic wetland terrain. With sparse tree lines and generous fairways throughout the course, Lake Worth?s relatively open, par 70 layout beckons to long-ball hitters, though particularly errant balls could wind up among the bottom-feeding trawl and heist-planning porpoises lurking in the waterway, which hugs the entire east side of the course. A nimble golf cart zips twosomes across the grassy monolith, expertly slaloming through palm trees and spinning its wheels with glee after each breathtaking birdie or stunning attempt at snapping a club shaft.
Course at a Glance:
18-hole, par 70 course
Total length of 6,100 yards from the back tees
Paintballs and airsoft ammo whiz through the air across East Coast Extreme Inc.'s 8 acres of simulated battlegrounds. On wooded fields, forest canopies cast shadows over paintball players as they weave through tree trunks, duck into ditches, and launch more acrylic salvos than a frustrated cartoonist. Elsewhere, splatterless ammo fires across 2 acres of airsoft fields. East Coast Extreme Inc.'s pro shop helps players stock up for these friendly battles. Its rich blue walls enclose a sea of airsoft and paintball gear, including guns with flashlights and laser scopes as well as safety gear.
It can take a lifetime to fully master the intricacies of golf. Fortunately, Golf Professional Services is home to more than a dozen instructors who've dedicated their careers to that lofty goal. These coaches help adults and juniors to become complete players who can hit the ball straight and sink putts without replacing one hand with a putter head. Adult students advance through a five-level training regimen, beginning with an introduction to the game and progressing through on-course practice and video analysis.
In addition to helping grown-ups lower their handicaps, the training center is also home to the Junior Golf Foundation of America, a 501c(3) nonprofit founded in 1995. Using a trio of municipal facilities furnished by the Palm Beach County Parks and Recreation Department, the foundation gives all children the chance to learn the game and inherit its positive life values. Since inception, more than 65,000 youngsters have enrolled in the year-round program, enriching young lives while expanding the game to new generations.
Palm Beach Skate Zone's 75,000-square-foot facility encompasses two ice rinks and a roller rink under its climate-controlled eaves, which host public skate sessions, ice- and roller-hockey teams, figure skating, and parties. The year-round roller skating and ice-skating schedule beckons the public to glide around Skate Zone’s rinks, which are all well tended and never used for ice fishing. A dedicated team of coaches and managers works diligently to maintain the skate center’s award-winning Blackhawks youth ice-hockey teams, a travel hockey program, and the Palm Beach Figure Skating Club, whose skaters are trained to remain perfectly still when in the line of sight of a woolly mammoth.
Reservations/Appointments: Not offered
Staff Size: 2?10 people
Average Duration of Services: 4+ hours
Handicap Accessible: Yes
Parking: Parking lot
Most Popular Attraction/Offering: Games, costume parade, Caribbean artists
Recommended Age Group: All Ages
As the old adage says, "Stuff happens." What training do you and your staff have to stay ahead of the unexpected?
We have trained professionals including EMS, sheriff's officers and 12 security guards.
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This will be our 7th Annual West Palm Beach Carnival event. Our patrons often tell us they can't wait until next year. It's a family oriented event.
Monkey Joes bursts with wall-to-wall inflatable slides, jumps, and obstacle courses that offer plenty of supervised, active entertainment for children 12 and younger. Sock-clad kids run, jump, and cavort across colorful inflatable structures?whose surfaces are all regularly sanitized?as they interact with one another and struggle against the chains of gravity and physics. Although Monkey Joes provides close monitoring of activity, the staff encourages parents to play an active role in the supervision of their children. Parents can also spend time in an adult area equipped with free WiFi, flat-screen TVs, and computer stations. A separate play area for kids age 3 and younger gives them their own safe haven and concessions keep the mood lively.