Three Places to Visit in Boca Raton

As the new year unfolds, many people are busy setting goals for career, relationships, and more. Sometimes a simple to do list of places to see can be quite gratifying and a lot more fun. Whether you are local to Boca Raton or planning a visit from out of town, below are three of the best places to visit in the year 2015.

Burt Aaronson South County Regional Park

This beautiful park features an amphitheater, golf course, nature center, and even a water park and recreation center. For outdoor lovers or families with kids, it offers the perfect way to spend an afternoon in sunny Boca Raton. There are also many different sports grounds onsite including baseball fields, basketball courts, volleyball sand courts and paved courts, racquetball, and handball courts. Visitors can bring along their canine friends and let them unwind at the Canine Cove dog park or visit the waterpark for one of a kind water skiing lessons. For more information, please visit: http://www.pbcgov.com/parks/locations/burt_aaronson_south_county_regional.htm#.VKm_4ntd9Us

Boca Raton Green Market

The Boca Raton Green Market is now in its 16th year and is a popular destination for the health conscious and those interested in supporting local farmers. Open every Saturday from 8AM to 1 PM, patrons can find healthy and luscious farm to table food from local growers. There is also a delicious assortment of freshly baked goods and refreshing squeezed juices. Located at the Royal Palm Place, a visit is a great way to start the weekend off right.

Morikami Museum and Japanese Gardens

The Morikami Museum and Japanese Gardens was founded by Japanese farmers in the earlier part of the 20th century. A culturally rich display offers visitors the chance to learn about the Japanese culture and history. In addition to the lovely gardens, there are also many family friendly activities as well as delicious, authentic Japanese dining options. Morikami Museum is located in Delray, just north of Boca. For more information, please visit: http://morikami.org

Although these locations may not have been on your list of top destinations, they offer wonderful opportunities for immersion in the Boca Raton culture. Explore Japanese history and culture and eat locally made food while spending a day in the beautiful South County Park, With so many opportunities for enjoyment in Boca Raton, 2015 will be a wonderful year for exploration and fun.

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