Arizona California Florida Georgia Nevada New Mexico South Carolina Texas
Boca Raton, Florida

Boca Raton is a city of over 75,000 people in Palm Beach County, Florida incorporated in May, 1925. Boca Raton is known for its affluent social community and high income demographic. Boca Raton Florida is the home to phenomenal restaurants, hotels, museums, and much more.

The City of Boca Raton has great beaches and owns and operates excellent golf facilities for Boca Raton residents, their guests, and the general public. The Boca Raton Municipal Golf Course, Championship and Executive Courses.

For the ultimate shopping experience, Boca Raton has everything you need. No matter what you are looking for, you can easily find it at any of Boca Raton's premier shopping locations. Mizner Park is a prime shopping area in downtown Boca Raton. The Royal Palm Place is the oldest shopping center in Boca with 80 shops in a Spanish-style, shopping complex. Town Center is one of Palm Beach County's most impressive malls, as well as an international shopping destination.

There are many other great shopping areas throughout Boca Raton like Boca Center, Glades Plaza, the Fifth-Avenue Shops, Oaks Plaza, Shops at the Sanctuary, Polo Shops, Del Mar Shopping Village, Garden Shops of Boca, Palms Plaza, Point West Centre, Village Pointe, Mission Bay Plaza, Shadowood Square, Boca Lyons Plaza, Somerset Shops, Regency Court, Shops of Boca, Piccadilly Square, VPC Center, Lakeside Centre and West Boca Square.

Fishing is great in Boca Raton. Anglers and fly fisherman alike can take advantage of a wide variety of sport fishing. The second-largest freshwater lake in the U.S., Lake Okeechobee, is a great place to hook a bass. For saltwater fishing, take a charter or drift boat, or just stake our your territory. You don't need a license is you're fishing from land, a pier, a bridge, or if you are over 65.

Boca Raton is easy to reach. U.S. Highway 1 passes through the city’s downtown, commercial, and industrial districts in the eastern part of the city. U.S. Highway 441 passes through commercial and residential districts west of the city limits. Interstate 95 bisects the city from north to south with four interchanges serving Boca Raton. Florida's Turnpike passes through unincorporated Boca Raton, forming part of the city limits in the north, with one interchange at Glades Road (State Highway 808).

Boca Raton has beautiful Beachs. From sunrise to sunset, you will have a great time whether you're sailing, boating, water skiing, or just getting a great tan laying out on the white, sandy beaches.

Boca Raton Beaches
Red Reef Park - 1400 N. State Road A-1-A
Spanish River Park - 3001 N. State Road A-1-A
South Beach - 400 N. State Road A1A
Boca Raton Tennis Centers
Morikami Museum and Japanese Gardens
Boca Raton Museum of Art
Boca Raton Chess Club
Ronald D. Bachard - Condo Specialist
Boca Raton Bradenton Cape Coral Daytona Beach
Destin Fort Lauderdale Fort Myers Fort Walton Beach
Gainesville Hollywood Key West Lake City
Lakeland Miami Naples New Smyrna
Ocala Orlando Palm Beach Panama City
Pensacola Perdido Key Port Charlotte Sarasota
Seaside St. Augustine St. Petersburg Tallahassee
Tampa Titusville West Palm Beach Winter Haven
Tell A Friend About Snowbirds Destinations
Need Traffic For Your Website? 2008, 2013 Copyright & Ownership Information