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Belle’s To-Go is our onsite food truck where you can grab a quick and delicious bite to eat without leaving the marina. For a sit-down experience closeby, head to Belle’s Bar & Grill in Old Port Cove. Members and neighborhood guests are invited to come enjoy some New England inspired specialties like our famous Belle’s Twin Lobster Rolls, New England Clam Chowder and our local catch of the day.
One of the most notable advantages of staying at this marina is its close proximity to the Bahamas, which are only 61 nautical miles away. Guests love the convenience of the marina as a jumping off point to explore these gorgeous tropical waters and embrace everything the islands have to offer.
Located on the mouth of the inlet to the Port of Palm Beach, Peanut Island’s clear turquoise water makes it a fantastic destination for snorkeling, kayaking, paddleboarding, and other water sports.The man-made 80 acre park was built in 1918 with high hopes that the island would serve as a shipping hub for peanut oil. The plans didn’t quite pan out, but the name stuck. During the Cold War, the island became the secret location of the Kennedy Bunker. Although the site is closed to the public, this intriguing bit of trivia makes for a fun dinner-party story. Access to the island is limited to ferries, water taxis, or private boats, making it the perfect choice for a day trip.
Originally called Nuctsachoo by the Seminoles, meaning “Pelican Island,” Munyon Island Park boasts a wide variety of wildlife, including great blue herons, little herons, mojarras, sardines, mullet, pinfish, and snapper. Kayaking in the shallow estuary is popular here and there are rentals available should you need them. The park, only accessible by boat, has several picnic pavilions with grills and a number of nature trails to explore, making it ideal for a day trip or an afternoon away. An important note: there are no public restrooms onsite, so be sure to make a pit stop before venturing out to this spot.
Fun, free, and educational, the Manatee Lagoon offers guests the best possible chance to view these incredible sea mammals up close and observe their natural behavior outside of captivity. The 16,000 square foot center showcases a number of interactive exhibits to learn more about this threatened species and how to protect them for future generations. The center also regularly hosts educational workshops and programming for children, so be sure to check in before your visit for the latest happenings. Manatee season in Florida spans from mid November to mid March.
A beloved long-time gathering place for the surrounding community, the North Palm Beach Country Club finished a brand new 37,000 ft. clubhouse facility in 2018 and is open to the general public 7 days a week. Safe Harbor Members have complimentary access to the pool for an afternoon of lounging, swimming laps, or keeping the kids busy at the splash pad. Add-on experiences include hitting the links at the newly redesigned Jack Nicklaus golf course–a par 71 whose design features elevation changes, rolling faraways, and well-bunkered greens– or booking a session with an experienced tennis instructor to work on your swing. When it’s time to eat, the Farmer’s Table community restaurant is serving up fresh and delicious dishes made from local, responsibly sourced ingredients.
Only steps away from the ocean, Worth Avenue is an upscale shopping, dining, and hotel destination that infuses European sophistication with the comfort and ease of Florida hospitality. Peruse the luxury boutiques, dine al fresco at one of the many excellent cafes and restaurants, or stay a day or two and relax with resort-style accommodations.