Introduction to Royal Palm Beach, Florida
Royal Palm Beach, Florida, in Palm Beach county, is 11 miles W of West Palm Beach, Florida (center to center) and 64 miles N of Miami, Florida. The village benefits from easy access to the nearby cities and towns with which it shares the West Palm Beach - Boca Raton metropolitan area. Royal Palm Beach contains a population of approximately 21,523.
Royal Palm Beach History
Royal Palm Beach was incorporated in June, 1959. In 1990, the National Arbor Day Foundation gave it the name ‘Tree City’. The village of Royal Palm Beach has been selected as a bird sanctuary.
Royal Palm Beach and nearby Attractions
- Seminole Palms Park
- Veterans Park
Things To Do In Royal Palm Beach
The village of Royal Palm Beach is a quiet area, full of open spaces and greenery. It has two golf courses and a huge nature preserve, which is ideal for horse riding and hiking. There are many parks which offer facilities for a variety of activities. The beaches of the Atlantic Ocean are a short drive away. The village has an active nightlife, it also has museums, designer boutiques and great restaurants.
Royal Palm Beach Transportation
The closes airport is Palm Beach International Airport.
Royal Palm Beach Higher Education
Village residents have access to Palm Beach Atlantic College