Singer Island an oceanfront neighborhood part of the city of Riviera Beach offers a relaxing blend of natural beauty seven miles of pristine beaches and upscale hotels and resorts. Near Singer Island, named for sewing machine magnate Paris Singer, is John D. MacArthur State Park which features almost two miles of picturesque beach snorkeling and scuba diving hiking and biking trails mangrove forests and other natural wonders for the eco-adventurer on Singer Island. Nestled on the barrier island the park also sits in the urban estuary of Lake Worth Lagoon and the Intracoastal Waterway where you can kayak canoe hike short trails and visit the Nature Center. Also available to visitors – superb hotels and meeting facilities in Singer Island with a wide range of shopping opportunities and some of the finest restaurants in all of Florida.
10 Reasons to live in Singer Island
- State Parks
- Access to Boating
- Boutique/Retail shops
- Walk to an adventure
- The Feel of the culture and history of Singer Island
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