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This unique eighty acre tropical park is situated in the Intracoastal Waterway near the Lake Worth Inlet in close proximity to Phil Foster Park, the City of Riviera Beach, and the Port of Palm Beach. The park is a favorite destination for boaters...more
All reviews kennedy bunker water taxi sailfish marina peanut island bomb shelter high tide maritime museum bring your own day trip ferry ride picnic lunch palm beach the coast guard station captain joe bring water shoes camping area walking path
Took the ferry to/from the Island, snorkeled for a few hours, water was very clear and calm, with lots of tropical fish. Recommend going on a clear day - as soon as cloud cover came out, and it hit about 2pm, the waters became much...More
I am a novice snorkeler and because I want to be able to walk out on a sandy bottom and snorkel where I could actually stand up any time, this place is perfect!! Nice walk ways, picnic tables, places to rinse off and clean bathrooms....More
Spent a Sunday there recently with 3 young children. I would recommend going early in the day as it did get crowded later in the day. I would also pay attention to the tide as apparently there is better visibility for snorkeling at low tide....More
This little place is beautiful! Plan ahead for food and drink because there aren't any places to buy these things. There are covered picnic areas with grills. There are restrooms. The water taxi is a great service to get to and from the island. When...More
My main interest was to venture the island and then spend the rest of the day on the beach. They need to reopen the Kennedy bunker. However, the rest of the island was nice. Love it that it’s pet friendly and you can camp out...More
Peanut island is absolutely amazing. I have been quite a few times because I have family in West palm. It has always been perfect. You can snorkel, swim, pack a lunch, camp out and walk around the island. There’s the peanut island water taxi for...More
It's a manmade reef, but the water is really clear, there are lots of fish, and, as it was windy when we visited, the rocks kept the water mellow. If it had been mellow in general, I would've wanted to also paddle around the island....More
We rented kayaks on a gorgeous day and paddles over to peanut island. It was great to walk around, visit JFK’s bomb shelter and look at the beautiful scenery. Great place to go for a long walk and have a picnic. An outing we will...More
I have been here twice and both times it was fantastic. You pay $12 to ride the ferry to the island or use your own boat.
It has great beaches for sunning and playing with kids. It has shade trees, cabanas and showers for your...More
Go to 200 E 13th St, Riviera Beach, FL 33404. There is free parking. You will need to walk to the dock and look for the water taxi sign. It's not hard to find once you are there. (Note: Alcohol isn't allowed on the island... More
Go to 200 E 13th St, Riviera Beach, FL 33404. There is free parking. You will need to walk to the dock and look for the water taxi sign. It's not hard to find once you are there. (Note: Alcohol isn't allowed on the island, and they will check coolers.)
200 E 13th St, Riviera Beach, FL 33404 The telephone number is 561-723-2028. Reservations are not taken. Go to the marina and pay for round trip and the Peanut Island Water Taxi shuttle boat will take you there and back... More
200 E 13th St, Riviera Beach, FL 33404 The telephone number is 561-723-2028. Reservations are not taken. Go to the marina and pay for round trip and the Peanut Island Water Taxi shuttle boat will take you there and back. Peanut Island is GREAT! No food is on the island but now and then a pontoon boat selling pizza (yes) will pull up to the sand and deliver you pizza...