Where is PGA National Resort in Florida?
The PGA National Resort and Spa is situated next to a number of South Florida beaches and within driving distance to the South Florida PGA. A rare rock beach and vast natural beaches are just a short drive from the resort. You can watch waves crash against the rocks for a relaxing stroll and sink your toes into the sand by arranging your transportation with our concierge.
This barrier island sanctuary is a famed shelter less than a half hour away. It's home to endangered plants and animals, including three rare sea turtle species, and impressive 50-foot sprays of saltwater that occur when the Atlantic Ocean breaks against its rocky, limestone shoreline. Visitors can take advantage of swimming, snorkeling and scuba diving off of the protected beach and explore hiking trails and an education center.
This facility is about a 20-minute drive on South Florida’s Intracoastal Waterway and hosts every amenity needed for the quintessential waterfront park day: boat ramps and slips, a kayak and canoe launch, picnic areas, a playground, sand volleyball and horseshoe pits. Saltwater fishing is also allowed at the park (licensing may apply).
In addition to Atlantic Ocean beach access just 25 minutes away, this park offers a café and picnic areas; recreation facilities, including bocce courts, sand volleyball and playground areas; and fishing (licensing may apply). Carlin Park is also home to the beautiful Seabreeze Amphitheater, an open-air, seaside venue for live entertainment.
This Atlantic Ocean beach access point attracts surfers and anglers with its designated area for surfing and a 990-foot pier hosting a bait shop and snack bar. You’ll also find a guarded swimming area off of the beach, which makes it one of the closest beaches to PGA National Resort and Spa at a short distance of less than 20 minutes by car.