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Lake Park is a town in Palm Beach County, Florida. The population was 8,605 at the 2018 census.
With quiet neighborhoods, great schools, and lots of small local businesses, Lake Park provides residents with the welcoming small town feel that can’t always be found in some of the bigger surrounding cities.
Lake Park also has some really great real estate options - at prices that also can’t be found at some of the bigger surrounding cities!
Lake Park, FL Real Estate
The Lake Park real estate market features mostly single-family homes for sale.
Homes for sale in Lake Park are great value for money, and living here means you’re just minutes from the beach, West Palm Beach and Palm Beach Gardens.
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Things To Do In Lake Park, FL
Lake Park has lots of opportunities for outdoor activities, and is an especially great place to live if you love your water sports!
Here you can swim, snorkel and dive at the underwater snorkeling trail at Phil Foster Park, which was recently completed. This reef project design included ledges and small habitat spaces for fish, octopus, seahorse and other sea life. The piles were spaced to create an underwater snorkel trail over a two-acre area.
Living in Lake Park also means you’re just moments away from the beach, so it’s always easy to enjoy some sunbathing, some salt water and the views of West Palm Beach.
Lake Park, FL History
Lake Park was once known as Kelsey City - and it was the first zoned municipality in the State of Florida!
Since then, the boundaries of Lake Park have expanded to 2.35 square miles (6.1 km2) of residential, business, industrial and mixed-use land.
The Lake Park Town Hall, constructed in 1927 and listed on the National Register of Historic Places, survived the 1928 Okeechobee hurricane and served as a shelter for town residents during the storm.