While Rapids Water Park may be a great destination for older kids, Quiet Waters Park is a great (less costly) alternative to the larger venue. Set in Quiet Waters Park (which also has great spots for picnics and a tow rope for older kids to try their hand at wakeboarding), this aquatic playground features a playground and slides perfect for getting your little one’s energy out, while keeping him or her cool during the summer heat.
Splash Adventure features rides and activities perfect for younger children, and a 12″-deep pool that’s ideal for baby’s first swim. Read more →
Looking for a fun way to beat the heat this summer? You don’t have to head all the way to Orlando to find a water park – look no further than Boca Raton’s own Coconut Cover for a day of splashing, riding and swimming fun for kids of all ages.
For older kids, arriving early is a great way to beat long lines and ensure access to beach chairs and tables. Parents with young children and infants may want to take advantage of discounted afternoon admission (after 3:00 pm) and beat the midday heat. Read more →
Palm Beach County has a gorgeous shoreline with a number of beach parks and activities to choose from. Infants may thrill at the gentle splashing of the waves at Gimbo Limbo’s intercoastal beach and middle and high school kids will love snorkeling at Red Reef Park.
Check out a list of Palm Beach County beaches and find a new stretch of sand to spread your towel (or baby hut) on this summer! Read more →
Growing up, it’s hard to remember a time when my parents didn’t have a camera in hand to capture our childhood memories. And by capturing, I don’t just mean taking a few quick snapshots. For my brother and I, getting ready for school dances involved scheduling an hour (or more) for a photo shoot in my father’s basement photo studio, and there wasn’t a vacation that wasn’t full of stops for pictures. Read more →