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THE BAREFOOT MAILMAN

AMENITIES,
SERVICES, & LOCAL ACTIVITIES

Walking distance to:

  • "The Old Key Lime House" Florida's Oldest Waterfront Restaurant

  • Hundreds of Local Restaurants, cafe's bars & eateries, including Italian,  Cuban, Sushi, Fresh Bakeries, and more!

  • 0.8 Miles distance to Beautiful Lantana Beach Park. Public beach.

  • Charter fishing boats, jet ski's, Surf and Kayak rentals nearby. 

  • Complimentary Wi-Fi

  • Coffee/ Snacks and Beverages served in the Garden 

  • Fresh Ice and water filling station

  • Daily Housekeeping and onsite laundry.

  • ROKU HD-TV With Netflix & other Apps.

Originally founded in 1962, The Barefoot Mailman Hotel earned its name from the famous Florida mail carrier system started in the 1880s. With no roads, for decades the very first mailmen set out on their 50 mile walk along from here in Hypoluxo, FL all the way down into Miami, and back again.

 

Centrally located in downtown Lantana Beach, the Barefoot Mailman Hotel is walking distance to the Public beach, local bakeries, dozens of restaurants, charting fishing, parks, and the world class luxury EAU Resort & Spa. Steps away from breakfast, and the waterfront. 5 minutes Via Uber/Lyft to Downtown Lake Worth, Lake Ave, Shopping, Dinning, Nightlife and Art Galleries.

Old Key Lime House

Things to do in Lake Worth, Lantana - West Palm Beach, FL

Palm Beach Golf Course

Palm Beach Par 3 Golf course

Lake-Worth-DowntownArt

10 Things to do in Downtown Lake Worth

1.Beach Activities: Along with many things to do in Lake Worth, Lantana and the palm beaches, Beach activities are a must.  here are some of the top places to visit , offering beautiful beaches for swimming, sunbathing, and relaxing. You can enjoy water sports like paddleboarding, kayaking, and jet skiing.

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Lantana Beach
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2.Fishing: lantana is known for excellent fishing opportunities. You can fish from the beach, pier, or charter a fishing boat to explore offshore waters. Lake Worth Lagoon and nearby Lake Osborne are popular spots for fishing enthusiasts. a good popular party fishing boat is the "bar jack fishing Lady K" out of Lantana

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Lantana Public Beach

3.Golfing: There are numerous golf courses in the region, including public and private ones. The Lake Worth Municipal Golf Course, West Palm Beach Golf Course, and Atlantis Country Club are a few options for golf lovers.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Visit Nature Preserves: The region boasts several nature preserves and parks. John Prince Park in Lake Worth offers hiking trails, picnic areas, and a lake for boating and fishing. Lantana Nature Preserve provides a serene environment for nature walks and birdwatching.

Explore Downtown Lake Worth: Other things to do in  Lake Worth is check out downtown. vibrant area with art galleries, boutiques, restaurants, and live music venues. You can stroll along Lake Avenue, visit the Cultural Plaza, or check out the local shops and eateries.

Visit the Lake Worth Playhouse: The historic Lake Worth Playhouse is a cultural hub featuring live theater performances, movies, and other entertainment options. Check their schedule for upcoming shows during your visit.

Lake Worth Street Painting Festival: If you're visiting in late February, don't miss the Lake Worth Street Painting Festival. Artists from around the world create beautiful street murals using chalk, turning the streets into an open-air art gallery.

Explore Art Galleries: Lake Worth is known for its art scene, and you can explore numerous galleries showcasing various forms of art, including paintings, sculptures, and mixed media.

Worth Avenue: Known as one of the most iconic shopping streets in the country, Worth Avenue is a must-visit for luxury shopping, designer boutiques, art galleries, and upscale dining.

Flagler Museum: Also known as Whitehall, the Flagler Museum is a historic mansion built by Henry Flagler, a key figure in the development of Florida's east coast. The museum offers guided tours and showcases the Gilded Age architecture and exquisite decor.

Palm Beach Zoo & Conservation Society: This family-friendly zoo houses a diverse range of animal species and offers interactive exhibits, wildlife shows, and educational programs.

Norton Museum of Art: The Norton Museum of Art features an impressive collection of American, European, and Chinese art, as well as rotating exhibitions and educational programs.

Mounts Botanical Garden: Spread across 14 acres, Mounts Botanical Garden is a beautiful oasis showcasing a wide variety of plants, including tropical and subtropical species. It offers walking trails, themed gardens, and educational exhibits.

Breakers Palm Beach: This historic luxury resort has been an iconic Palm Beach landmark since the late 1800s. Even if you're not staying there, you can visit to admire the stunning architecture, enjoy a meal at one of its restaurants, or indulge in spa services.

Palm Beach Maritime Museum: Located on Peanut Island, the Palm Beach Maritime Museum offers maritime exhibits, including historic boats, artifacts, and interactive displays. You can also visit the John F. Kennedy Bunker, a Cold War-era fallout shelter.

Society of the Four Arts: This cultural institution features an art gallery, a library, a botanical garden, and hosts various events, lectures, and performances throughout the year.

Palm Beach International Equestrian Center: If you're interested in equestrian sports, visit this center to watch horse shows and equestrian competitions, including the Winter Equestrian Festival.

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