Palm Beach’s “North End” stretches between Midtown and the northernmost tip of the island. It is surrounded by water and sits adjacent to Peanut Island, which was once used as a top-secret blast shelter built for former resident President John F. Kennedy after his 1960 election. Today, swimmers of all ages occupy this land as a place to meet up, pull up their boats, and relax for the day. The North End of the Island is complete with single-family homes on quiet streets and a relaxed atmosphere for all. The perfect place to grow up and grow old, there are also private establishments like The Beach Club, Palm Beach Country Club, and the Sailfish Club at which locals to spend time with their families and friends. With private beaches on the east and the Lake Trail on the west, this cozy corner of Palm Beach is perfect for water activities, beautiful bike rides, and long walks in any direction.
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