Dyer Park in West Palm Beach
Riders and runners are familiar with the hills at Dyer Park in West Palm Beach. The former landfill is covered in grass with 55 feet of elevation. These hills are perfectly suited for lifestyle and wellness production projects, especially fitness, since you can capture the angle of the hill against the skyline beautifully. For BMX, there are riding trails made up of crushed rock that are one to two feet wide. Large trees provide shade and create an idyllic picnic scene on the lush grass.
Park Ridge Golf Course in Lake Worth
Lake Worth Beach offers a very unique golfing experience at Park Ridge Golf Course with 85 feet of elevation and changes throughout the course. Its links-style layout offers rolling hills and stunning views. For golf-related productions, it is one of the best “Anywhere, USA” options in The Palm Beaches. The former Lantana landfill is a certified Audubon Sanctuary and a real treat for those who are weary of flat terrain.
Evernia Street looking west from Rosemary Avenue
West Palm Beach offers a classic hill for stunt driving and other filmmaking on Evernia Street in between Tamarind and Rosemary Avenue, with plenty of options for basecamp in the area. Having a scene in front of the Hotel Evernia would add to any story since there is a ton of character in its architecture.
Juno Dunes Natural Area
Jupiter Ridge Natural Area has a sandy hill with an elevation of 49 feet above sea level on the south side of the power station. This spot is great to capture weather events in a variety of backdrops. The trails make it possible to explore the exciting native vegetation and capture amazing sunsets. Just south of the Juno Beach Pier is the Juno Dunes Natural Area, which goes from the ocean to the Intracoastal Waterway, making it possible to get a sunrise and a sunset image from the same location. For more information about film-friendly locations in The Palm Beaches, visit pbfilm.com.