Nature Parks and Ecotourism

Delray Beach has over 40 public parks as well as attractions that focus on our beautiful natural environment.

Anchor Park

Beach parking, picnic area, playground.






Catherine Strong Splash Park

Splash Park plus basketball and tennis courts, playground






Open air green market and more. Every Saturday from October 13th through May 11th. Market hours are 9am to 2pm. Old School Square lawn.





Morikami Museum & Japanese Gardens

4000 Morikami Park Road
561 495-0233

Stroll through the Roji-En Garden complex or visit the Museum to see Exhibitions and Collections of Japanese art and artifacts.



The Girls Market & Strawberry U Pick

Acres of Hydroponic strawberry and vegetable gardens. Grandma’s Garden with swans, goats, donkeys and birds. Country Store.


Wakodahatchee Wetlands

13026 Jog Road 

Free and open to the public 365 days a year. Commune with nature while strolling a raised boardwalk in a reclaimed water area -

Veterans Park

802 NE 1st Street  

Public park on the intracoastal waterway, playground, BBQ, recreation center with lawn bowling & shuffleboard.




Delray Beach Parks & Rec Department

50 NW 1st Ave


Over 40 City Parks to Choose from –




Sandoway House Nature Center

142 S. Ocean Blvd. 

See live shark feedings every morning at 10:30am!



Delray Oaks Natural Area

Nature Trail and bird watching. 25 acre preserved hammock and eco-system.




Leon M. Weekes Environmental Preserve

Gazebo, nature trail, playground and bird watching in this native eco-system.

Contact Us

140 NE 1st Street
Delray Beach
FL 33444
extension 108