As the Baby-Boomers are retiring, many are looking to relocate to warmer climates. Condos on Singer Island, FL, are a popular choice. Those who want an active lifestyle with the convenience of a nearby city, but with an easy, relaxed atmosphere of a small town are in luck. Located on an island connected to West […]
As the Baby-Boomers are retiring, many are looking to relocate to warmer climates. Condos on Singer Island, FL, are a popular choice. Those who want an active lifestyle with the convenience of a nearby city, but with an easy, relaxed atmosphere of a small town are in luck.
Located on an island connected to West Palm Beach, Florida, by Blue Heron Bridge, Singer Island is enveloped by Lake Worth on the west side, and the temperate waters of the Atlantic Gulf Steam on the east. The fresh, ocean breezes make the average temperature of 75 degrees always comfortable.
Lake Worth Once was a Fresh Water Lake
Previously a land-locked fresh water lake, Lake Worth was opened to the sea first in 1915 by a hand-dug inlet, allowing boats to pass freely to the ocean and providing safe haven for moorage. The channel was improved and dredged with another inlet to the north at Jupiter, creating the Intracoastal Waterway – deep enough for cruiseships.
With all this water around, naturally the primary focus of residents and vacationers is boating and water sports. You can sit in your own condo and watch the continual activity on the lake or ocean from enormous yachts to sailboats.
Beautiful Palm Beach Shores Provides Needs of Islanders
Located on the widest part of the island, the town of Palm Beach Shores is convenient and easy to access. A beautiful walking pathway right through the center of town makes shopping easy, or just a lovely walk for exercising. Their new Ocean Mall located right on the beach makes the islander excited!
To the north, the island narrows to a strip where fabulous condos with water on both sides allow owners to walk to the white sand beaches of the ocean or lake right outside their doors.
Singer Island Parks Provide a Place for Fun
The park system on Singer Island is extensive, with many acres set aside for the public to enjoy, as well as to protect native species of plants and animals. The famous Peanut Island was created from the dredging of the inlets and Intracoastal Waterway. A quick water taxi from Sailfish Marina can get you to the island where you can picnic, camp, rent water toys and snorkeling equipment, or hike or bike the many trails and paths to see the wildlife of Florida.
On the north end of the island, MacArthur Beach State Park, is set aside as a wildlife conservation area. In protecting nesting sea turtles many island volunteers actively participate. The Sea Turtle Conservation League of Singer Island conducts nesting surveys each morning from March 1 through October 1 to be sure that these nests are safe. Displays for visitors to the park and information are also provided.
Residents of Singer Island love the active lifestyle they have chosen. Opportunities to develop lasting friendships, ways to contribute to the community are the things you can do. Join the Singer Islanders and see how wonderful retirement can be!