The Lake Worth Lagoon offers many beaches including the newly reconstructed Lake Worth Beach Complex on the shores of the Atlantic Ocean.
It has quickly become the new travel destination in South Florida.
Lake Worth and West Palm Beach will surprise you with a large variety of excellent restaurants and diverse cuisine.
Golf is a favorite in Lake Worth as well. It offers several golf course right in its vicinity. The Lake Worth Municipal Golf Course, one of the most scenic courses in The Palm Beaches, is located right on the Intracostal Waterway and Lake Worth Lagoon.
Life in Lake Worth is not just a lifestyle.
It is an art form.
One event not to be missed is the Lake Worth Street Painting Festival, where the asphalt becomes a canvas in a temporary, open-air museum. Many other cultural activities, like the Reggae Fest, Culinary Festival (and many more ...) center around the tree-shaded square on Lake and Lucern Avenues of the Lake Worth Lagoon.
Lake Worth is a city in Palm Beach County, Florida, United States,
which takes its name from the body of water along its eastern border,
originally called "Lake Worth",
and now generally known as the Lake Worth Lagoon.
The Lake Worth Lagoon is a vibrant Florida community
at the intersection of form and function.
An extraordinary place where tranquility meets creativity.
Where the sun shines bright, and the ideas shine even brighter.
Where warm tropics meet hot topics.
Where the power of potential turns every day into a blank canvas.
This isn't just a lifestyle. It's an art form.
Lake Worth offers great beaches, a new fishing pier, historic buildings, a close by outlet-mall and a revitalized downtown with an eclectic mix of antique stores, specialty shops, excellent restaurants, art galleries, music venues and special events.
Lake Worth is also home to over 1,000 historic cottages. It's the largest concentration of cottages anywhere in Florida! Located adjacent to the downtown Lake Worth area, the city’s quaint cottages are painted in whimsical pastels and draped by a beautiful canopy of trees.
"Palm Beach County owns the phrase 'Florida's Cultural Capital' for a reason ... its heart beats from a wide range of cultural opportunities, including music, dance, museums and theaters."
Hotels: 3-star averaging $170, 5-star averaging $590.
Zip code: 33460 Population: 36,000