Looking to change-up your exercise routine or try something new?
Many of our Palm Beach County parks offer exercise stations that are sure to give you a great workout through utilization of your own body weight. In addition to bike trails ( at some parks) these exercise stations are structured to exercise your legs, upper body and more while running from station to station. From pull-ups to push-ups and more, Palm Beach County parks host exercise trails with up to 20 different stations that you can use to get a great workout while enjoying the outdoors! One park (John Prince Park in Lake Worth) even offers those in wheelchairs the chance to enjoy these beautiful trails.
Here is some of what Palm Beach County has to offer:
Caloosa Park in Boynton Beach is located at 1300 S.W. 35th Avenue in Boyton Beach and includes a one mile bike path and 1.1 mile path with 20 exercise stations.
Carlin Park in Jupiter, located at 400 S. S.R. A1A in Jupiter has 20 exercise stations along a 1.25 mile path.
Haverhill Park in Haverhill (near West Palm Beach) is another park that includes 20 exercise stations over a one mile track. This park is located at 5470 Haverhill Road.
John Prince Park in Lake Worth is another great park that offers 20 exercise stations. There are multiple entrances to this park from Congress Avenue, 6th Avenue South and Lake Worth Road.
Okeeheelee Park 7715 Forest Hill Road, just east of Wellington, provides a terrific 8-mile bike path and 20 great exercise stations. A great bike ride combined with a couple of passes through the exercise stations and you’ll get a great workout.
West Boynton Park and Recreation Center is another facility that offers exercise stations. In this park there are 15 stations in all. This park is located at 6000 North Tree Road in Lake Worth.
Other parks that offer fewer exercise stations include: Loggers’ Run in Boca Raton and Loxahatchee Groves Park in Loxhatchee Groves.
Our Palm Beach County Parks aren’t just great for unwinding in the open air while, they also provide a fun way to train and exercise to keep you looking and feeling great.
Visit one of our local parks soon and enjoy the benefits of living in south Florida!