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Burt Aaronson South County Regional Park


History:

The property known today as Burt Aaronson South County Regional Park was acquired by Palm Beach County on March 28, 1977 through two developer land dedications. The property expanded from its original 816 acres to 872 acres through additional outparcel acquisitions. Development of the park began in 1996, with the most recent phase being completed in 2008 - the construction of the Sunset Cove Amphitheater. Financing for the construction of this park was established through grants, impact fees, ad valorem funding, bond proceeds and the sale of 52 acres of surplus land to the School Board.

Originally named South County Regional Park, the park was renamed Burt Aaronson South County Regional Park on November 20, 2012. Burt Aaronson was a Palm Beach County Commissioner serving District 5 from 1992 to 2012. Aaronson established and aided in the success of countless projects throughout the county. He founded the Palm Beach County International Film Festival, was actively involved in promoting  the Special Olympics and the Club Managers Association of America Therapeutic Recreation Complex, installed illuminated street signs throughout District 5 to ensure the safety of the residents, and advocated for the wide variety of recreational and cultural amenities found throughout the park. Aaronson originally ran for office on a platform of environmental improvement and was instrumental in the county not moving forward with the Site One landfill.

AMENITIES

amphitheater, Sunset Cove Amphitheater​

Baseball/Softball Fields

Adult softball/baseball fields are available at a charge for public use on weekdays, weekends, and holidays by obtaining a ballfield permit. Please note that only select fields are available with lights and all are subject to availability.​

Basketball Courts

Basketball courts are available at no charge on a first-come, first-served basis during regular park hours. Lighted courts are available from sunrise until 9:00 pm. Please limit court time to one hour if others are waiting.  

​​​​​​​​​​​​Bicycling

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Canoeing/Kayaking​
Canoes, kayaks, and other non-motorized vessels may be launched along any shoreline unless it is closed for a special event or private use if it can be carried without using a trailer to back onto the beach or grass area.

Coconut Cove Community Center

Canine Cove Dog Park

​​​​​Fishing Saltwater and Freshwater

Golf course, Osprey Point Golf Course​​
27 holes (3 combinations of 18-hole play)
chipping area
driving range
practice putting green
pro shop and snack bar

multipurpose fields, lighted (5)

nature center, Daggerwing Nature Center

exhibit hall with live animals
meeting room
lobby with art gallery and children's book nook
0.6 mile boardwalk trails (2)
observation tower
butterfly garden (certified by the FFGC)

parking

picnic areas with grills, single table

picnic pavilions, reserved group (Cypress, Pond Apple, Sunset​)

picnic shelters, single table

playground, including
play structure (ages 5-12 years)
play structure (ages 2-12 years)

playground (barrier-free, fully accessible)
play structure (ages 2-5 years)
play structure (ages 5-12 years)
play structure (ages 2-12 years)

racquetball/handball courts, full-length (40 ft) side walls, lighted (12)

restrooms

softball fields, lighted (4)

special events area

tennis learning center (operated by Tennis Insights, Inc.)
tennis courts, lighted, reserved through tennis center and pro shop, court fees aply (19)

volleyball, paved courts (3)

volleyball, sand courts (2)

walking paths (4.8 miles)

water ski school, Palm Beach Training Center (call for appointment)

waterpark, Coconut Cove Waterpark

food concession
interactive water playground
meeting rooms
river ride
water slides (2)​



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