Palm Beach County is home to four inlets connecting the Intracoastal Waterway (ICW) to the Atlantic Ocean. Some of the gateways to the ocean are natural while others are glorious feats of engineering. All provide access and opportunity for visitors and locals to enjoy.
Boca Raton Inlet
Boca Raton Inlet is the southernmost inlet with a jetty of rocks and concrete. The inlet connects Lake Boca and Lake Wyman to the north, and was featured in the action-packed opening scene of Baywatch.
South Lake Worth Inlet, also known as the Boynton Inlet, has a fishing platform off of its south side, while the north side has a sand transfer unit that offers an industrial backdrop with huge iron doors.
Beautiful walkway - PB Shores
Lake Worth Inlet or the Palm Beach Inlet was cut to provide access from LW Lagoon and to keep the Port active as a shipping facility. PB Shores’ beautiful walkway on the north side of the inlet provides a great viewing area for boats and ships or for fashion photography.
Jupiter Inlet from DuBois Park
Jupiter Inlet is a natural waterway connecting the Loxahatchee River, Jupiter Sound, Lake Worth Creek and ICW to the Atlantic Ocean. The Jupiter Lighthouse provides a wonderful focal point with its red exterior against the turquoise waters during the ebbing tide. It is crucial to remember that filming on waterways can be dangerous, and productions should always consult with the U.S. Coast Guard to ensure everyone’s safety. For more information, please visit pbfilm.com.