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Great Attractions in West Palm Beach By Jon Tan
The city offers up to 47 miles of beaches, as well as a wide range of cultural and recreational activities. The top attractions include Clematis Street, Lake Place, Lion Country Safari, and some of the best beaches around.
Lion County Safari
To take full advantage of all Lion Country Safari has to offer, plan on spending at least two hours exploring the drive-thru areas by vehicle and another two to three hours on foot enjoying the petting zoo and other included attractions.
Rapids Water Park
The Rapids features a full day of fun for the entire family whether you make a splash in the cool blue waves, that a thrilling ride down any of there 16 water slides, or just float around the lazy river. Rapids Water Park has 22 acres of action packed attractions, with something fun for everyone.
Palm Beach County
Visitors may be content to stroll the beaches for shells, snorkel off-shore, or fish for bass in the calm waters of Lake Okeechobee. Palm Beach County's Ocean Rescue lifeguards and inflatable rescue boat operators protect swimmers at thirteen oceanfront and inlet parks from Tequesta to Boca Raton.
Swimming areas are guarded year-round from 7:30 am until 5:30 pm, seven days a week. After a relaxing swim you can visit Clematis Street and Flagler Drive in downtown West Palm Beach, which is also another tourist attraction.
The best way to get to Clematis Street is to take I-95 to Palm Beach Lakes Blvd. Head east on Palm Beach Lakes Blvd. to Dixie Highway, turn left and you're there. Clematis Street is known for its restaurants, shopping and nightclubs. But perhaps its best know attraction is the fountain in Centennial Square. Kids love to play and have fun in the fountain.
The water jets constantly move from place to place. The Fountain is located in Centennial Square on the extreme east end of Clematis Street near the Intercostals Waterway. Centennial Square is the most famous part of Clematis Street. Centennial Square is located on the extreme east end of Clematis Street. It's the site of the fountain and Clematis by Night (a major weekly event each Thursday night.) On Fridays' a band was playing at the lunch hour. Everyone enjoys it, including the kids.
For more travel-related information on West Palm Beach like restuarants to go and hotels to stay in, visit West Palm Beach Travel Guide at LAST-MINUTE-VACATION-GUIDE.COM
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