Florida Park Service Director Donald Forgione presents Natural Science Education Awards
Thanks to Palm Beach Live Work Play for sharing our Awards and Pride!
On Wednesday, February 10, 2016 MacArthur Beach State Park’s education programs were awarded the “CSO/Park Short Term Project of the Year” for a new curriculum entitled “Student Stewards: A Focus on Water Resources.”
The second award “CSO/Park Long Term Project of the Year” was for the Park’s ongoing Natural Science Education Program.
Read the article at www.palmbeachlwp.com
MacArthur Beach State Park has received SO many excellent reviews that TripAdvisor has awarded us a
Thanks to our visitors and supporters!
Thank you Kerry Diaz and Curate Clothes + Accessories for hosting the Shop & Sip and thank your for the generous donation to our Natural Science Education Fund!
We look forward to our next event on February 4, 2016!
In their latest article, How to Become a Marine Biologist, LEARNU.org has rated MacArthur Beach State Park as an “Amazing Marine Biology Organization!”
You can read their article at How-to-Become-a-Marine-Biologist
You can hear Marine Biologist Phil Graviese give a presentation on
How Do Sea Turtles Find Their Way? A Hatchlings Voyage on April 4 by attending our Speaker Series presentation at 10:00 am.
Join us for a free, ranger-led hike at 10:00 a.m. on New Year’s Day as part of America’s State Parks First Day Hikes initiative. First Day Hikes offer a great way to get outside, exercise, enjoy nature, and learn about south Florida ecosystems while welcoming the New Year with friends and family.
MacArthur Beach State Park has a variety of beautiful settings for year-round outdoor recreation, and the First Day Hike will offer an opportunity to explore the unique natural and cultural aspects of the Park. Visitors can listen to birds, breathe in the fresh air, discover wildlife, and feel the wind, the warmth of the sun and even the sand between their toes.
The hike will be approximately 1.75 miles long walking on wooden board walks and dirt trails and the beach. Degree of difficulty is moderate. Trails are ADA accessible, please call in advance if a beach wheel chair is needed (561-624-6950).
Plan to wear walking shoes and bring water, sunscreen, and insect spray.
Just in cast you need a refresher, the Palm Beach Post provides –