George S. Petty Park, West Palm Beach
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George S. Petty Park in West Palm Beach is a pretty spot. Green grass leads to the blue intracoastal waterway. The small beach here is dirty. In the park is a toddler playground and swings. There are some picnic tables with shade from trees. A nice breeze from the water cools you.
Walk around the neighborhood here and check out the unusual architecture of the 1920s homes, the tropical flowers, and the palm-lined streets.
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Playground with a view!
White sand at the intracoastal.
Swings and shade.
George S. Petty Park is in the Prospect Park- Monceaux Historical District on Washington Rd at the end of Royal Palm Rd in West Palm Beach.
Exit Highway 95 at Okeechobee Blvd and head toward the ocean. Enjoy the views as you cross over the water. After 1.8 miles, turn right on Flagler Dr and follow it along the water. After 1.5 miles, it becomes Washington Rd. Park you car along the road on one of the side streets and walk to the park, which is on the water at the end of Royal Palm Rd.
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Overall Visitor Rating: Unrated.