What to do on Your Day Off in Boynton Beach, Florida

What to do on Your Day Off in Boynton Beach Florida
Cross Country Allied
April 16, 2020 04:41 AM (GMT-04:00)
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Are you a Cross Country Allied healthcare provider on assignment in Boynton, Beach, Florida? If so, you may be wondering what to do on your day off while you’re there. If you are a fan of Mother Nature and being outside in general, you’re in luck. Boynton Beach has some of the very best weather in the world and plenty of places for you to enjoy it. From the beautiful, white sand beaches along the Atlantic Ocean, to the wildlife-filled wetlands just west of them, you will find plenty to see and do there. In addition to numerous outdoor activities, South Florida is known for its dining and entertainment scene, in large part due to the millions of tourists who flock to its seaside cities every year. Boynton Beach, however, is not really known as a tourist destination, which lets you enjoy many of the state’s famous amenities without all the crowds. Here are some of our favorites.

Oceanfront Park Beach

Chances are, you took an allied healthcare assignment in Florida because you wanted to be near one of the state’s world-renowned beaches. When it comes to beaches, Oceanfront Park Beach in Boynton Beach checks all the boxes and has something for everyone. The beach is clean, the water is crisp and clear, parking is available, and lifeguards are on duty. There are also restrooms and a concession stand selling food and beverages. You’d be fine just bringing a towel and some sunscreen, but lounge chairs and cabanas are available to rent, as well. Dozens of nearby bars and restaurants offer a variety of sustenance options, whether you’re looking for a snack or five-star dining. Oceanfront Park Beach is also perfect for a morning walk and an ideal place to watch the sunrise.

Arthur R. Marshall Loxahatchee National Wildlife Refuge

Allied healthcare providers on assignment in Boynton Beach, Florida will definitely want to make time to visit the Florida Everglades at least once during their stay. The Arthur R. Marshall Loxahatchee National Wildlife Refuge is an excellent place to start. Discover a wide variety of native Florida wildlife, including bobcats, otters, alligators and nearly 300 species of birds. Explore the Refuge on one of its numerous walking or biking trails or rent a canoe or kayak to get up close and personal with wading birds and other wildlife. If you’re into sunsets, you’ll be hard pressed to find a better place to watch one than here.

Boynton Inlet

If you’re not really into lounging on the sand but still want to relax near the ocean, consider spending a few hours at Boynton Inlet. This is a great place to kick back and watch the boats sail in and out of the ocean while pelicans swoop over the local fishermen hoping for an easy meal. The area is very picturesque, and a nice spot to take some photographs to document your stay or blow up your newsfeed with likes. Free parking and plenty of shaded picnic tables make Boynton Inlet the perfect place to bring a cooler filled with sandwiches, but you could also use the on-site barbeques to grill up some burgers and dogs.

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