Royal Palm Beach is a village in southeast Florida, located within Palm Beach County. The population was measured at 21,523 in the 2000 census. As of April 2008, the recorded population was 31,864. The village is located approximately fifteen miles inland from the Atlantic Ocean.
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Rhinos, apes, giraffes and lions roam free in this drive-thru wildlife preserve that also runs a comprehensive conservation program to help replenish endangered species.
We visited Lion Country Safari with our grandchildren, ages 6 and 8. The duest portion of the visit was the drive-through zoo viewing a variety of wild animals in their natural habitats. This portion took about an hour & we were given a CD to play in our car as we drove through at our own pace. This was most interesting and educational. The next portion was more traditonal as we walked through a variety of exhibits of various small animals. Our grandchildren also enjoyed the water slides and splash park. Be sure to purchase tickets online for faster entry and discounts.
5 based on 2 reviews
RESERVATIONS REQUIRED! : Eight lush acres of endangered wildlife surrounded by a botanical garden situated in the palmetto and pine forest of West Palm Beach! Over 200 animals from White Tigers to African Lions, Black Leopards, Ligers, Lynx and Amur Leopards seen from just four feet away you can't get any closer than this by law! Hands on experiences with parrots, kinkajous, alligators, snakes, and well who knows what else. You will have to come by and experience it for your self! We are a 501 (c) 3 non-profit wildlife rescue facility that take in injured native wildlife, orphaned babies, and unwanted exotic pets! Your experience here goes hand in hand with helping us with the tremendous expense in this cause.Price is $35.00 Dollars for adults and $25.00 Dollars for children.
The tour we took here was the highlight of our trip. The animals seem well cared for and the tour guide was friendly and knowledgeable. We were in a group of around 15 - 20 people and everyone seemed to be enjoying themselves, especially the kids. It was a rare opportunity to get a close-up look at some of the most beautiful animals in the world.
5 based on 191 reviews
First and only Segway Tour allowed in a Everglades Habitat. We are located at the Marjory Stoneman Douglas Everglades Habitat, 3491 Flying Cow Road, Wellington, Florida. This is a gorgeous Everglades Habitat ( 365 Acres ), with a 70' tall Observation Tower overlooking the entire Habitat and the Everglades, with incredible bird watching. Glide down paved paths as they rise and fall, twist and turn around the most beautiful landscape and wildlife found anywhere in Florida. May even see a Gator.
We've been visiting Wellington for a number of years and had no idea the reserve was on our door step and certainly no idea you could experience it in such a cool way! Having done the airboat thing to death I can honestly say a...MoreThank you very much. It was a great adventure
4.5 based on 42 reviews
The following activities are located here: Driving range, Sporting Center, Kayak Launch, Wedding Pavilion, Banquet Garden, Great Lawn, Playgrounds, Volleyball, Dog Park See their website for weekly events.
5 based on 163 reviews
TOURS OF PANTHER RIDGE ARE REQUIRE RSVP. BY APPOINTMENT ONLY. THANKS FOR YOUR COOPERATION. Tours of Panther Ridge are unlike those of any other facility. You will be personally guided from one exhibit to the next, amid beautifully landscaped enclosures. You will learn about each of our fabulous feline residents. By the end of the tour, you will have not only expanded your knowledge of our various species and the conservation efforts that are trying to save them, but will likely leave with the life stories of your new feline friends imprinted on your heart. Panther Ridge is not open to the public. Tours are available by appointment only. Pricing Pricing for the tours is as follows: Standard Tour : This tour is given by our knowledgeable staff and interns. (Minimum of 4 people for this tour) Adults : $25 Kids (12 and under) : $10 Directors Tour : This tour is given by the center director, Judy Berens. Judy provides an in-depth view into the lives of the cats and their current status at the center, all while interacting with them. (Minimum of 2 people for this tour) Adults : $50 Kids (12 and under) : $20 Photographer's Tour : This tour is given by the center director, Judy Berens. This is a unique opportunity to get close-up photographs of our felines. Judy will not only provide information on the cat's history, but also work with the cats to position them, within their enclosures, for ideal photographic opportunities. All photographs are taken from a safe distance, and shot through chain link fencing. Photographer Tour : $400.00 (This price includes up to 4 photographers.) Additional Photographers : $50.00 / Pp Additional Tour Information All tours are walking tours. Guest will be required to walk along stepping stones and over some slightly uneven terrain. Nothing about the walk is strenuous. All visitors are required to stay at a pre-determined safe distance. At no time will guests interact with any of the cats physically. Each tour last approximately 2 hours. (The standard tour is approximately 1 hour) Groups of ten or more, please call for special rates. We accept cash, check, and credit card.
Panther Ridge only operates with private tours, but this is wonderful for you. Expect to have a knowledgeable and pleasant guide who can answer questions about the inhabitants. You simply can't get this close to cats anywhere else. The preserve is aimed at the best for the cats, many of whom are rescues. They obviously are well cared for both physically and mentally.
The tour is a little over an hour and very good.
5 based on 38 reviews
We are always looking for something totally different and unique to do for our children's birthdays - Aerial Trapeze Academy was perfect! We had my daughter's 11th birthday party here. The owners/trainers were so nice and accommodating - from the first phone call, throughout the...MoreHi Traci. We love our kids birthday parties. They're always a lot of fun! Thanks so much for rating our company, "Better than Disney World." :) That's awesome!
4.5 based on 303 reviews
HOURS: Sunrise - Sunset lighted court facilities open until 9:00 pm lighted athletic fields (permit required) open until 10:00 pm AMENITIES baseball fields, lighted (5) bicycle paths (8 miles) BMX track boat launching area (freshwater fishing lake, non-motorized) boat launching ramp (water ski lake) (2) boat slips, day use only (19) disc golf (18 holes) dog park, Pooch Pines equestrian center, Jim Brandon Equestrian Center 111-acre, world-class equestrian showplace covered arena open riding area training rings equestrian trail (8.11 miles) exercise course (20 stations, 1 mile) fishing (freshwater-stocked) golf course, Okeeheelee Public Golf Course 27 holes (3 nine-hole courses) chipping area driving range practice putting green pro shop snack bar lake frontage mountain biking (located on the east side of Pinehurst Drive, south of Forest Hill Boulevard) multipurpose fields, lighted (4) nature center, Okeeheelee Nature Center (hours vary) exhibit hall with live animals meeting rooms outdoor classroom rental facilities nature trail, interpretive (0.75 mile) nature trails (1.2 miles) parking boat/trailer parking (water ski lake/freshwater fishing lake) regular parking picnic areas with grills, single table picnic pavilions (Alligator, Micanopy, Osceola, Tuskeegee), reserved group (4) picnic shelters, family picnic shelters, single table pier (fishing) playground, including playground safety play structure (ages 2-5 years) play structure (ages 5-12 years) rental concession (call for hours) canoe/kayak/pedal boat rentals 561/304-1344 bicycle rentals 561/304-1344 restroom facilities softball fields, lighted (4) tennis courts, lighted (8) volleyball, grass courts (1) walking paths (8 miles) water skiing courses (permit and fee required) (5)
We chose the Nature Center and its trails for today's visit to this park. It is so large families would need to divide the area and do a different activity on each day. The Nature Center had small exhibits, some especially designed for children. Numerous paved trails allowed us to enjoy the quiet and peaceful pine forests. There are also more rugged trails for the adventurer. There is also a deer and wildlife enclosure on the path plus a couple of natural ponds with plenty of birds to observe. This was the itinerary for our first visit, but there are soccer fields, a dog park, baseball diamonds, picnic pavilions. miles of walking trails, a couple of lakes, playgrounds. and most likely something else fun to do. Florida is very good about including recreational opportunities in planning the growth of communities, but this park is especially outstanding. The price is right--admission is free.
4 based on 32 reviews
The Calypso Bay waterpark is a secret little gem I didn't know about until recently. The prices of the Rapids have gone through the roof, and it is very difficult to take a group of children there with those prices. I was looking for an alternative and was happy to come across this little water park. It is much much smaller than the Rapids but it is also much, much cleaner, and offers pretty much the same amenities, especially for small children. I was very impressed with the staff, And also with how clear and clean the water was.
4.5 based on 5 reviews
They offer Hunter Jumping Training. The horses are very friendly. Kim Breier- Owner (Grand Champion- Jumper) is a wonderful trainer, She shows and teaches the rider the aspects of caring for a horse. The Farm also has chicken eggs for sale. You can also earn High School Volunteer Credit by helping and learning about the horses.
5 based on 43 reviews
We went to their Saturday night jumping event. It was a full house, but beautiful horses and riders in the event. It is free admission, you can pay for parking and Valet parking or park at the Dressage center down the road a short distance for free. A van will take you to the event. It is nice to tip the van driver, but that is a personal choice. There are food vendors on the grounds. I would suggest arriving around 5:30 to get a good seat. there will be standing room by 6:00.The place is lovely and well equipped to handle the crowds. The event runs through the month of March and ends the 1st of April.They are international riders participating in the event, all professional and fun to watch. There are other activities a small petting zoo and a card trick fellow to watch outside the arena.It is outside so if it is a cool evening bring a jacket. The seats are stadium seats that are quite comfortable. Try it on a Saturday evening for something different that is free to see.
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