Centrally located between Wellington and West Palm Beach, homes in Royal Palm Beach are growing in demand. There is a short commute to the Atlantic Ocean and many new restaurants and shopping centers popping up in the area. As a growing destination, the city is still determined to keep its standard of 10 acres of parkland per 1,000 residents. As a result, there is plenty of greenspace and open areas to explore.
If you’re thinking about moving to Royal Palm Beach, or just want to visit, here’s a list of our favorite places to go and things to do and see.
Royal Palm Beach is located west of downtown West Palm Beach, south of Palm Beach Gardens, north of Boynton and adjacent to Wellington.
Popular Bars, Restaurants & Nightlife in Royal Palm Beach
Peppermint Thai & Sushi
Location: 11328 Okeechobee Blvd
Phone: (561) 333-8005
Go there for: Sushi and Thai food
Must try: Whole fish
Description: If you love Thai food, this is your place. You can stop for a lunch or dinner and everything you eat and drink is excellent and reasonably priced.
Things to Do & See in Royal Palm Beach
Location: 11600 Poinciana Blvd
Phone: (561) 790-5140
Description: There are tons of activities including frisbee golf, canoes, dog parks and even a driving range at Royal Palm Beach Commons Park. There’s a 17,000-square-foot sporting center that has everything from food to banquet rooms. The driving range and sand volleyball courts are very popular, and people take advantage of the paved bike trails and 19-acre lake.
Location: 13087 40th St. North
Phone: (561) 345-3217
Description: While it sounds a little crazy, the academy has flying trapeze shows, stilt walkers and fire juggling – and it’s great for birthday parties or even to take a class. I recommend giving it a try – it’s a great workout and an incredible feeling to fly through the air!
Calypso Bay Water Park
Location: 151 Lamstein Lane
Phone: (561) 790-6160
Description: Calypso Bay is affordable and it’s a great way to spend a hot summer day. There’s an 897-foot river ride, lily pad walk and a lap pool with diving boards. The water slides are fun, and they’re not super scary like the ones you’d find elsewhere. It’s a great place for family fun.
Real Estate in Royal Palm Beach
The current real estate climate of the area is getting more and more competitive – the area is definitely heating up. Since March of last year, the asking price of homes in Royal Palm Beach has increased 20.8 percent while inventory has decreased 28.2 percent. Ask any of our agents to help you set up Redfin’s saved searches that will immediately notify you of any houses that come up in real time so you can move quickly in this growing market.
Getting Around Royal Palm Beach
The Walk Score of Royal Palm Beach is 19, meaning the area is car dependent and most errands require driving.
Thinking about Moving to Royal Palm Beach?
Here are some additional resources that might help:
- Homes for sale in Royal Palm Beach
- Real estate agents in Royal Palm Beach
- Apartments for rent in Royal Palm Beach
- Royal Palm Beach blog
- Royal Palm Beach Chamber of Commerce
What’d we miss? If you have a place you’d recommend that people visit in Royal Palm Beach, let us know in the comments below!