Palm Beach Gardens and North Palm Beach are home to plenty of parks. Make sure to add sunscreen to your list, as well as water and a picnic blanket for your homemade picnic to eat after a long day of playing in the sun with your loved ones, and come along with us to read about the best parks in Palm Beach Gardens, FL.

Continue to read below our alphabetized findings of the best Palm Beach Gardens parks.Top Parks around Palm Beach Gardens to Enjoy a Summer Afternoon

Anchorage Park 

603 Anchorage Drive, North Palm Beach 

Anchorage Park has one amenity that can't beat during South Florida summers—an abundance of shade where the kids can frolic and you can lay your blanket on the grass for a picnic. There is plenty to do for everyone in the family, including a playground to explore for the kids and a fenced-in dog area with separate spaces for furry friends of all sizes—large and small—to play and socialize in. Anglers will enjoy the piers on the south side of the park, and North Palm Beach residents with a permit can use the boat launch.

Burns Road Recreation Campus 

4404 Burns Road, Palm Beach Gardens 

At the Burns Road Recreation Campus, walkers or dogs can enjoy shaded walking trails and an outdoor fitness training area, attracting adults to one side of the recreation center, while a sprawling playground next to the pool on the other side delights children.

Lilac Park 

4175 Lilac St, Palm Beach Gardens 

Just outside the main drag of Military Trail in a suburban area of Palm Beach Gardens is Lilac Park, completed in conjunction with the Palm Beach County School District for their needs, though it is open to the public. Lilac Park has plenty of new facilities, featuring a new double-sized multipurpose field, playgrounds, 2 picnic pavilions, an exercise trail, and restroom facilities. The Dog Park features a new "little dog" area exclusively for smaller breeds under 30 lbs. The park also has a regulation-size baseball facility as a joint effort with the School District and a concession stand.

Mirasol Park 

12385 Jog Road, Palm Beach Gardens 

Children of residents have been having a blast on the new playgrounds the city installed at Mirasol Park last year, which also features outdoor exercise equipment positioned to allow parents to keep an eye on their children while working out. The playgrounds have special squishy surfacing that eliminates scraped knees and skinned elbows that end in tears. This part houses picnic pavilions., multipurpose fields and basketball courts, a baseball/softball field, and a volleyball net.

PGA National Park 

1 Ryder Cup Blvd., Palm Beach Gardens 

Though the entrance is easy to miss, the PGA National Park is just west of the Florida Turnpike off Northlake Boulevard, large enough to accommodate a disk golf course, picnic pavilion, tennis and basketball courts, and baseball/softball fields. The playground appears super fun, and this park has one that is not only accessible to children but also to children with disabilities. There is a putting green available as well.

The Gardens North County District Park 

5101 117th Court North, Palm Beach Gardens 

The Gardens North County District Park offers a reprieve from the city with state-of-the-art LED sports lighting that surrounds the multipurpose fields, and luscious Hibiscus flowers that line the playground area. There is colorful, anti-slip concrete that covers the ground of the splash pad and water fountain.

Interested in the allure of visiting Palm Beach Gardens playgrounds this summer? From parks featuring expansive walking trails to playgrounds and splash pads to play on in the warm summer days, there is something for everyone to do in the great outdoors of the parks in Palm Beach Gardens. And for all Palm Beach Gardens homes for sale, don't hesitate to reach out.