Outdoor fun from pineapple farm to Tree Zoo
Originally incorporated in 1925, Deerfield Beach was once a sleepy agricultural community, coaxing pineapples and squash from its rich soil. Though beach resorts and restaurants may have sprouted up in place of farms, the local Historical Society works hard to keep a record of the past and the town arboretum—known as the Tree Zoo—remains a testament to the area’s diverse ecosystem.
Just south of Boca Raton, the city of Deerfield Beach brims with charm on both land and water. With incredible biodiversity and the only wakeboard and waterski resort in South Florida, Deerfield Beach offers endless ways to enjoy the sunshine, while community events like the Wine and Food Festival help cultivate friendships among neighbors.
An affordable beach town with ample activities on land and water
Home to striking beaches and charming local businesses, Deerfield Beach is a peaceful place to retreat any day of the week. Residents appreciate the relaxed vibe and short commute to faster-paced cities where many work. On the weekends, beach cruisers are a great way to get around town, while South Florida’s only wakeboard and ski resort invites the young at heart to glide across the water.
Reminiscent of a nautical paradise
Wake up for an early round of golf or stay out late drinking and dancing—in Deerfield Beach, early birds and night owls alike can easily find a spot to call their favorite.
Fun for the whole family
In Deerfield Beach, locals of all ages can enjoy. The city has the best of both worlds: ocean-centric activities as well as museums and community greenspaces.
Waterfront property and quiet neighborhoods
Deerfield Beach has comfortable and affordable homes for anyone, be they first-time homeowners or seniors looking for an active, like-minded community. Neighborhoods offer a diverse array of single-family homes, low-rise condos, and high-rise waterfront apartments. Buyers can choose from ocean views or quiet, tree-lined streets, but every home provides easy access to gorgeous beaches and parks.
Whale’s Rib Raw Bar
For locals and tourists alike, The Whale’s Rib Raw Bar is the place to get finger-licking, fresh seafood and a down-home ambience. Their twist on oysters Rockefeller even drew in Guy Fieri to sample the cuisine on Food Network’s “Diners, Drive-ins, and Dives.”
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