Sitting on the Atlantic Coastline, this city is situated in Palm Beach County, Florida, United States. Encompassing a land area of 16.18 square miles and a water area of 0.34 square miles, the city is situated around 15 miles south of West Palm Beach, 32 miles north of Fort Lauderdale, and 63 miles north of Miami. As of the 2020 evaluation, there are 77,123 residents in the city.
Incorporated in 1920 with the name of the Town of Boynton, the place changed its name to Boynton Beach in 1941. Regardless of the city's name, the place has no beachfront; rather, it is situated over the Intracoastal Waterway from the oceanfront districts of Ocean Ridge and Briny Breezes.
The place progressed in its own productive land and rich agrarian products. Its top-on-the-list tourism industry contributed to its overall growth, particularly from its long-mile pristine seashores along the Atlantic coast.
The city’s central spot offers access to several museums, auditoriums, and open-air entertainments. The Alberts & Merkel Brothers Rainbow Tropical Garden attracts nature enthusiasts. The city’s famous OceanFront Park makes the name for one of South Florida’s most-visited seashores.
And at the Arthur R. Marshall Loxahatchee National Wildlife Refugewhich shelters some of the extinct American alligators and the host for Everglades Day provides entertainment for nature lovers.
The Boynton Harbor Marina sports water activities available at the city highlights a butterfly garden, watchtowers, and a guest center. And the Boynton Beach Inlet naturally welcomes locals and visitors to some of the most elegant corals and man-made reefs in the Palm Beaches.
The city’s dining options and selections provide a wide variety of choices for food enthusiasts in their visit to the city. Also, numerous sports stadiums and gatherings are located in the city engaging locals in various different sports activities.
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