Not-to-Miss Events at John D. MacArthur Beach State Park
POSTED ON April 18, 2018 - 5000 North Ocean
From the protected white-sand beaches to the estuaries that provide manatees a warm place to stay in the winter, John D. MacArthur Beach State Park is a natural treasure. Minutes away from the hustle and bustle of the Palm Beaches, this park serves is a cherished sanctuary for an ecosystem unlike any other. The park preserves 438 acres of donated land that the John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation. The park often host events that instills and appreciation for its wild beauty and educates visitors as to how best to protect and preserve this truly unique area.
Float on Through the Butterfly Walk!
Butterflies are an important and beautiful part of Florida’s natural ecosystem, serving to pollinate flowers, which helps increase their population and produce fruit faster. Learn about these important insects at the butterfly walk on April 28th! A trail guide will take you through one of the few remaining hardwood hammocks in the area, where you’ll see different varieties of butterflies up close, and learn about what makes them special, along with plants that attract them. Binoculars and cameras are highly recommended for this walk.
Birding is Best!
John D. MacArthur Beach State Park is host to different species of birds, from its beaches to its maritime hammock. The park staff knows that the birds help spread seeds to areas that are fertile for growing, and play important roles in the food chain of the area by eating insects. They invite you to their Birding Walk to see these amazing avians up close, while learning about how to support their role in the natural world. Running each month on Sundays, visitors will get to see the various birds of the area and learn about their lifestyle and habits, while walking through the park.
Music at the Park
The animals aren’t the only things that are wild at the park-the concert series that runs from November through April is a high point of discussion in North Palm Beach. This April 28th, join Sonny Russell as he puts his unique blend of music on display under the moonlit sky. Night is when the nocturnal animals of the park come out, so keep an eye out for creatures such as bats and owls.
John D. MacArthur Beach State Park is just one of the many things that makes living on Singer Island stand out from other areas. It lends a natural beauty that doesn’t exist anywhere else, and offers a form of solitude that’s close to home, but away from the rush of every day life.
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Residents will enjoy a plethora of resort-style on-site amenities in a very private natural setting. Amenities include a one-of-a-kind private beach oasis of natural gardens at the dune’s edge, a state-of-the art fitness center, a resident club room, and a private beach zone. Enjoy your own half-acre of pristine waterfront for you to play, splash, and lie out and sun yourself on. Construction is well underway at 5000 North Ocean, with delivery planned for the autumn of 2019. For a preview of the future, homebuyers are encouraged to visit the on-site Sales Gallery, which is open daily. An architectural scale model and full-size designer kitchen are available to provide an in-depth look at the community’s plans.