Boca’s visitors love to relax on its sandy beaches and swim in the Atlantic Ocean’s waters when they’re not shopping. 

Boca Raton


It can be reached on foot in just minutes. You’ll be able to capture the iguanas while you wander around. 

Red Reef Park

In the playground, race a cheetah (but it’s not real). There are two racing lanes set next to an interactive light exhibit.  

Sugar Sand Park

The Explorium’s walls allow children to explore the world of physical science through interactive displays that encourage  

Exploration of Science

You’ll want to get in on the Intracoastal Waterway’s turquoise waters. You can body surf, SUP, swim or even hop in a kayak for a day of open-water fun. 

Spanish River Park

The lighthouse also has a plaque, fog bell, flagpole and plaque to honor those who have kept it lit for so many years. 

Hillsboro Inlet Lighthouse

It is operated by the Boca Raton Historical Society and features exhibits that reflect the town’s rich past. 

History Museum