Palm Beach Gardens
The city of Palm Beach Gardens lies at the northern end of Palm Beach County on Florida's Gold Coast. Its attractions are many and varied, but all happen under the gorgeous and warm South Florida sun.
The Gardens Mall, PGA Commons, Midtown, Legacy Place and Downtown at the Gardens are the center of the city's retail market. All are located off the municipality's main stretch on PGA Boulevard.
There are 12 golf courses within the city limits, including a course owned by the municipality. The Professional Golfers' Association of America has its headquarters in the city. The Honda Classic is held annually at the PGA National Resort and Spa.
Major League Baseball's Houston Astros and Washington Nationals both call Palm Beach Gardens home for spring training. Both teams play their games at FITTEAM Ballpark of the Palm Beaches.
Palm Beach Gardens is a great place for families too. There are plentiful public park spaces and public K-12 primary and secondary schools are administered by the School District of Palm Beach County. Palm Beach Gardens Community High School and William T Dwyer High School are the local public high schools. Also, the Upper School campus of the private Benjamin School is located in Palm Beach Gardens. The Edward M Eissey campus of Palm Beach State College, which includes the Eissey Theatre for the Performing Arts, is also in Palm Beach Gardens.