A Legacy of Luxury in
the Palm Beaches

Touted as a veritable paradise in the late 1800s by Henry Flagler, Palm Beach remains a world-class luxury destination. Known globally for the restaurants, galleries, and shops of Worth Avenue, Palm Beach offers much more wealth in its historical and cultural highlights. Exhilarating nightlife and top-rated entertainment beckon to those in the vicinity.

An Abundance of Natural and Historical Attractions

Jupiter, in northern Palm Beach County, has been ranked one of "America's Happiest Seaside Towns" by Coastal Living magazine. Enjoy a quick trip for golf at Abacoa Golf Club or a fifteen-minute trip to the marinas on the Intracoastal Waterway. The Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse, constructed in 1860, stands as a testament to the rich maritime history of this region. On the lighthouse site, you’ll find Native American burial mounds, a restored World War II history museum, nature trails and wonderful beachfront views. The Loggerhead Marinelife Center and the Juno Beach Pier offer visitors fishing, sightseeing, beach-going and information on Loggerhead Sea Turtles.

The Real Florida - Right Outside.

Palm Beach Motorcoach Resort adjoins the Historic Jupiter-Indiantown Nature Trail and Cypress Creek Natural Area. The scenic park and waterways have been restored in phases along a 16.5-mile historic road used since the 1890s. The park is open for travel by foot, bicycle and horseback. Extensive trail systems allow you to explore natural Florida starting from the Palm Beach Motorcoach Resort through the Loxahatchee River Reserve all the way to the Atlantic coast at Jonathan Dickinson State Park in Martin County.