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What better way to cool off this summer with family and friends than to check out one of many Palm Beach County outdoor adventures to try on the water. Whether a beginner or a professional here is a list of some of “Must-Try” water activities in Palm Beach County.

Kayaking

Kayaking is seen as nice and relaxing water activity. Kayaks can hold up to one or two people depending on the type and size of the kayak. You can come and explore Florida’s nature by gliding down the waterway and getting a good workout in while doing it. Several parks, as well as the Intracoastal, offer a nice adventure. Here is a list of some of the local parks to kayaking through Peanut Island, Okeeheelee Park, Jonathan Dickinson State Park, Loxahatchee River, John D

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Downtown Abacoa has recently added a new business to their directory. Will To Escape has officially opened on June 1st on Town Center Drive.

Will To Escape is an escape room that offers a challenging and exciting experience for friends as they try to find clues to escape the room. Escape rooms are leading the entertainment industry all around the world. Many escape rooms are themed, and guests enter the room and are locked in and must listen and find clues to open the door. Not to worry because all escape rooms have a button that will unlock the door in case you would like to get out.

Will To Escape in Abacoa has three types of rooms, The Sector X, the Stolen Relic, and The Terminal. In The Sector X, you are a scientist assigned to a research lab on the

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Within the city limits of northern Palm Beach County is a treasure known as Frenchman’s Forest Natural Area.  The natural area protects “slash pine flatwoods, live oak hammock, cypress swamp, hydric hammock and tidal swamp and mangrove habitat”. The natural preserve is located at 12201 Prosperity Farms Road, right off Prosperity Farms Road, not to far from the Garden’s Mall in Palm Beach Gardens.  Follow the winding drive to a small parking area and prepare to step backward in time to the old Florida of the first settlers in South Florida.

Frenchman’s Forest Natural Area consists of 4 trails. Each of the different trails are described on the information board and it describes which type of wildlife you may expect to see on your hike. If you prefer

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Grab the kids sometime this Summer and head to Flamingo Gardens, which is located on 3750 South Flamingo Road, Davie. Trust us, it's worth the drive. Originally the property of Floyd and Jane Wray, who built a home and citrus grove here in 1933. At the time, it was at the edge of the Everglades.  They started a collection of tropical and subtropical fruit trees and shrubs. The Wray home still stands today and now is a museum illustrating a country home in the early 1930s.

Flamingo Gardens has been in existence for over 90 years. It is a 60-acre, not-for-profit botanical garden and wildlife sanctuary like no other you have ever encountered. The collection features exotic, native and very rare plants.

The current exhibit, Borowski Exhibit are so

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The SilverBall Museum in Delray Beach is not so much a museum as it is a hands-on deck arcade.

The SilverBall Museum houses dozens of pinball machines, skeeball, air hockey, pacman, frogger and other classic arcade games from the 50s through the 90s. They're all available for you to play for super cheap.

Feel like a kid again playing classic games while also enjoying a cocktail, glass of wine or beer from the full bar. While the games are old, the museum is new and clean and will soon be one of your favorite places to hang out.

The cost is only $10 for one hour of unlimited gameplay or $25 for an all-day pass.

Find out more online here.

 The SilverBall Museum is located at 19 NE 3rd Ave., Delray Beach, FL 33483.

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Gather your friends and head to the South Florida Fair Grounds for the Palm Beach Summer Beer Fest this Saturday, July 20th. Here you’ll find artisanal and craft beers all day long.

This year, they have carefully put together a mix of local and national breweries for the event. At the event there will be more than just beer. A lineup of Food Trucks, Spirit and Wine tastings, a gaming room, Craft Donut tastings, ice cream tasting, and live music and entertainment.

There is a variety of ticket options for you to choose from. General Admission tickets are $45 dollars and include a customized mug with unlimited sampling, an Advance VIP Admission which is $75 dollars and includes early admission, food vouchers, VIP gifts and much more. There is also a $10

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Fun Depot is a huge indoor amusement center in Lake Worth. It has everything from go-karts to laser tag to batting cages and arcade games so there are plenty of fun things for the whole family to do.

Laser tag, in particular, is a favorite at Fun Depot. The game is held in a black-lit arena with loud music and lots of fog. Split the family up for a battle and try to tag them in the action-packed game.

When you're done head over the Fun Depot Cafe for refreshments and favorites like pizza, calzones, salads, hot dogs and ice cream.

Fun Depot is a great place to take the kids and you'll have fun too. Thursdays are family fun nights and the cost is $25 per person for unlimited games, laser tag and go-karts from 5-11 p.m.

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Forget drive-thru chain restaurants and opt for a freshly brewed cup of coffee in a cozy setting at one of these seven favorite spots in Palm Beach County:

Johan's Joe

Feel like a royal at this classy Swedish coffee shop in downtown West Palm Beach. The coffee is always hot, it's served in a fancy ceramic mug, and you get to sit in a plush purple chair where you'll be able to get nice and comfortable and relaxed.

401 S. Dixie Hwy., West Palm Beach.

Columbian Coffee House

This coffee house in Delray keeps their coffee authentic by purchasing from small-batch farms in southern Colombia. They also offer a Columbian breakfast menu including organic, scrambled, Colombian-styled eggs, arepas, pan de bono, avocado toast, empanadas, pastries

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Worth Avenue, the iconic Palm Beach street is known for its upscale shopping and premier dining and restaurants. The famous avenue stretches from the Atlantic Ocean to the Intracoastal waterways.

Palm trees line the avenue where dozens of high-end shops and restaurants are located. The buildings and architecture are a Spanish influence design, designed by Addison Mizner in the 1920’s. Located off the main avenue are Vias, Courtyards, and Esplanades that feature little shops, boutiques and cafes.

Many compare Worth Avenue in Palm Beach to New York’s Fifth Avenue or Beverly Hill’s Rodeo Drive and is considered one of the most beautiful shopping destinations in the country. Some of the well-known shops and restaurants that line the avenue are Chanel, Ta-Boo,

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Delray is known for its awesome restaurant and entertainment scene, and the good news is you don't have to wait until evening to enjoy it. There are a number of great spots open for breakfast and lunch; here are a choice of 3 with beautiful Atlantic views:

Latitudes

Latitudes is a stylish beachfront restaurant at the Delray Sands Resort. It was voted the "Best Resort Restaurant" in 2016 by the Palm Beach Post, validating that it serves up some of the best cuisine in the county. If you've never been, the award-winning Champagne Sunday Brunch is a great time to try Latitudes. It's complete with an artistic display of pastries, all your breakfast favorites, a fresh seafood raw bar, chef-hosted cooking stations, and of course, flowing champagne on a

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