DELRAY BEACH, FL APARTMENTS
The Atlantic at East Delray features luxury apartment living in Delray Beach, FL. South Florida is teeming with natural beauty, especially near our Delray Beach, FL apartments. Between the pristine beaches, preserves, and other natural areas, our residents will want to participate in some outdoor fun!
The best part about our ideal location is that The Atlantic at East Delray is only five minutes away from the beach! Residents of The Atlantic Delray will love being able to conveniently access the surf and sand of the East Coast. Atlantic Dunes Park combines the beauty of the beach with nature trails and other helpful amenities. The Atlantic Dunes Park offers fun for the whole family. Pack a picnic, beach towel, and your favorite book for a day at the beach. This park is open from 8 AM to dusk.
Delray Oaks Natural Area is 25 acres of rare Xeric Hammock, Live Oak, Cabbage Palm, and Strangler Fig. There’s even wild coffee, American beautyberry, and many species of ferns. The Delray Oaks Natural Area is also home to a variety of resident and migratory birds, like the red-shouldered hawk. Hike through this area on the paved Live Oak trail or the sandy Beautyberry Trail. Or, just take in the scenery from the observation platform. This area is part of the Great Florida Bird and Wildlife Trail, which is perfect for bird watching.
Just south of Delray Beach in Boca Raton is the Yamato Scrub, a natural area that covers more than 200 acres of Florida scrub and basin marsh. Visitors can hike along the sandy Skyblue Lupine Hiking Trail and paved Cicada Nature Trail. Or, bike along the El Rio Trail that runs along the western perimeter of Yamato Scrub.
The Wakodahatchee Wetlands covers 50 acres of man-made wetlands, which are free and open to the public. As a part of the Great Florida Birding Trail, visitors can observe more than 178 bird species and other wildlife like turtles, alligators, rabbits, fish, frogs, and raccoons. There is a boardwalk that stretches nearly one mile across water ponds and islands. There are benches and gazebos along the boardwalk so that you can sit down and enjoy the view. The Wakodahatchee Wetlands are open 6:30 AM to 7:30 PM daily.
If you’re looking for somewhere that you can bring your pup along and let them get their exercise in, head to the Dog Park at Lake Ida. The park is open from sunrise to sunset and features two separate areas for large and small dogs. Let your pup run and play while you relax on the benches nearby. The park features a water fountain for when your dog needs a break and they even provide you with a dog bag dispenser as an added convenience. When your pup is finished playing, stop by the paved dog wash station and clean up your dog before you head home. The park is the perfect place to let your pooch interact with other dogs.
Residents of our Delray Beach, FL apartments have plenty of opportunities to enjoy the great outdoors. Contact us below to find your new home at The Atlantic at East Delray today!