Spanish River Park in Boca Raton is 95 acres in size. This oceanfront park is supersized for lifestyle and wellness scenes and has wonderful curved roadways. On the west side of the park there are docks for pick up and drop off on the Intracoastal Waterway, as well as restrooms. The park has three parking circles with tunnels to the beach under A1A. It is heavily wooded with several large banyan trees and walking trails, as well as kids play equipment.
Sunrise at Spanish River Park and the popular sandbar at Peanut Island
Peanut Island sits in the middle of the Intracoastal Waterway and is a special location in that there is a sand dune that is very reliable. The shoreline is dotted with coconut palms and reads remote on the weekdays and popular getaway destination on the weekends. With ferry service from Riviera Beach Marina or Sailfish Marina, it is easy to get there.
John D. MacArthur State Park
John D. MacArthur State Park is by far the largest beachfront park in The Palm Beaches at 438 acres in size and two miles of pristine beach. This park is a conservation treasure with a variety of birds to watch. Rent a kayak to explore Munyon Island or stroll the long boardwalk that makes it easy to get gear across the waterway and down to the sand. At low tide you can see the popular-for-posing limestone rocks that dot the shoreline.
Picturesque Carlin Park in Jupiter
Jupiter’s Carlin Park is a sportsman’s park with softball fields, tennis, bocce, and volleyball courts along with 20 fitness stations and picnic shelters. At 120 acres, its easy to find a spot you can settle into. There is plenty of parking and the Lazy Loggerhead Café serves breakfast and lunch until the late afternoon. Also onsite, right on the sand is the Jupiter Civic Center which makes for a great holding and staging area for productions. For more information on filming at any of our parks, please visit us at pbfilm.com.