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Lake Worth, Florida

Located in Palm Beach County, Florida Lake Worth gets its name for the Lake Worth Lagoon just to the east of the city. Home to more than 37, 000 residents this beautiful multi-cultural city and boasts great beaches, fishing, historical architecture, antique stores, specialty shops, art galleries, music venues, restaurants and so much more.




  • Public K–12 elementary, middle and high schools are administrated by the School District of Palm Beach County:
    Barton Elementary
    Coral Reef Elementary
    Discovery Key Elementary
    Hidden Oaks Elementary
    Highland Elementary
    Indian Pines Elementary
    Manatee Elementary
    North Grade Elementary
    Panther Run Elementary
    South Grade Elementary
    Lake Worth Middle
    S. Intensive Transition Middle
    Lake Worth Community High
    Park Vista Community High
    Woodlands Middle


Lake Worth contains a bounty of public parks and open space. The Municipal Beach is one of the last remaining large tracts of open, public space on the ocean in southeast Florida. The William O. Lockhart Municipal Pier, jutting into the Atlantic, is a recognizable symbol of the city; much of it was destroyed by Hurricane Frances in 2004, but has since been rebuilt and raised 5 feet .The pier creates sandbars which catch ocean swells, making Lake Worth one of the most consistent surfing spots in South Florida.

Bryant Park, located in downtown Lake Worth, has a 1920s-era bandshell which is used for festivals and other events. The nearby municipal golf course offers low-cost golfing with views of Lake Worth and Palm Beach beyond. On the west side of town, the county-owned John Prince Memorial Park follows the winding shores of Lake Osborne and offers several miles of bike and walking trails as well as hundreds of acres for picnicking, volleyball and overnight camping.

The Snook Islands Recreation Boardwalk provides access to Lake Worth and the Intracoastal Waterway. Amenities include a kayak launch, eight mooring slips, fishing pier and nature walk around the mangroves of the southernmost of the Snook Islands. Dolphin, manatees and an assortment of tropical birds are commonly seen including Heron, Ibis, Egret, Oyster Catchers, Pelicans, Cormorants and other waterfowl.

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