Boynton Beach is termed "Florida's Gateway to the Gulfstream."
It is located in Palm Beach County and considered part of the West Palm Beach-Boca Raton Metropolitan Area.
Palm Beach Post and Sun Sentinel
Area is undergoing a strong redevelopment including multi-million dollar marina project and will affect emerging downtown business development.
Malls, plazas and "squares"
Many popular restaurants featuring foods of varied cultures and restaurants featuring fresh caught local seafood.
Atlantic Beaches, restaurants and close to larger areas of Boca Raton and West Palm Beach.
Boynton Beach Municipal Park: Oceanfront Park - Open every day with lifeguards 9-5
Also: Fishing, rental boats, charters at Ocean Inlet Park
Gulfstream Park at 4489 No Ocean Blvd for snorkeling and oceanside walking.
Many other park locations in Boynton Beach for picnics, biking, walking, fishing, playgrounds, grilling, tennis and more.
Courtyard by Marriott Boynton Beach
1601 N. Congress Ave
Boynton Beach, Florida 33426
Hampton Inn Boynton Beach
1475 West Gateway Boulevard
Boynton Beach, Florida, 33426
Boynton Beach Chamber of Commerce (boyntonbeach.org)
In 1894 Major Nathan Boynton settled the land. In 1895 construction of Boynton Beach Hotel began but later torn down.
Boynton Beach Library System dates back to 1895 when pioneer Charles Pierce loaned books from his personal collection. The course was taken up by Boynton's Womans Club in 1911. Today there are 120,000 volumes and full services including free internet and programs and activities.
Upscale rental communities on Intracoastal Waterway, condominiums, luxury single family homes and estates, golf communities, Old Florida neighborhoods. Overall may be a little more affordable than Boca Raton.