Introduction to Palm Springs, Florida
Palm Springs, Florida, in Palm Beach county, is 6 miles SW of West Palm Beach, Florida (center to center) and 59 miles N of Miami, Florida. Part of the surrounding West Palm Beach - Boca Raton metro area, this is not an isolated city. Palm Springs is home to some 11,699 residents.
Palm Springs History
The village of Palm Springs was incorporated in 1957. Out of the total 2.5 square-mile area of the village, 700 acres was originally a dairy farm. In fact, the barn of the dairy farm still exists and has now been rebuilt as the Christ Community Church, located on Henthorne Drive.
Palm Springs and nearby Attractions
- Palm Springs City Park
- Temple B'nai Jacob
- Ann Norton Sculpture Gardens
- Palm Beach Zoo
Things To Do In Palm Springs
Palm Springs features a lovely village center play area where the large playground is divided into a tot area and a play space for children who are between 5 and 12 years old. In addition, you can enjoy baseball, soccer, softball and football along with a number of restaurants and shopping centers.
Palm Springs Transportation
The city is served by the Palm Beach International Airport.
Palm Springs Higher Education
Adult education can be obtained from Palm Beach Community College.