I fell in love with the College Park Neighborhood years ago when I was looking for a new home. I wanted to find a neighborhood with an old Florida feel. For me, an old Florida feel means a community that is close to the beach or the intracoastal, without a gate or an HOA, and walkable or bikeable downtown with restaurants, bars, and shopping.
Well, that’s College Park in a nutshell! The single-family home subdivision is close enough to various public parks that are nearby, and so is the beach. Head on over the the Lake Worth Municipal Beach on an early Saturday morning bike ride to grab breakfast, brunch, and a mimosa.
College Park truly is a little gem tucked over in East Lake Worth, Florida. You are close to two boat ramps: one at Bryant Park, just south of the Lake Worth Road bridge, and one at Lantana Road, just about a mile south of Bryant Park.
My husband and I have a 21′ Mako. If you are like me, you would rather spend your time out on the boat, rather than towing it around! So being close to a boat ramp was important for us. Also, storing the boat at our home was important, too. You can have both in College Park!
The boat ramp at Bryant Park in Lake Worth was recently redone with floating docks, BBQ’s and a walking trail. The floating docks make it a pleasure loading and unloading the boat. You are also close to the Lantana boat ramp and plenty of gas stations to fuel up the boat.
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