Boynton Beach, FL 55+ Active Adult Retirement Communities

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    Boynton Beach is a lively and active city located in Palm Beach County. The city resides right along Florida’s Atlantic Coast, making it a popular location for outdoor recreation. The Boynton Beach Mall offers residents a variety of shopping and entertainment options.

    Climate & Geography

    Located north of Fort Lauderdale and south of West Palm Beach, Boynton Beach is settled in a low area with warmer temperatures throughout the year. Rainfall in Boynton Beach above the national average, with the rainiest months being from June through September. The number of sunny days per year in Boynton Beach rises above the national average.

    Boynton Beach is near the ocean located on Florida’s Atlantic Coast. The city has a number of parks with beaches for locals to visit.

    Recreation, Culture & Entertainment

    For nature lovers, Boynton Beach has a number of peaceful and serene areas. The Green Cay Nature Center and Wetlands gives locals an opportunity to explore the natural wildlife and wetlands of Eastern Florida.

    For those interested in outdoor activities, the Arthur R. Marshall Loxahatchee National Wildlife Refuge offers visitors opportunities for fishing and boating while they take in their natural surroundings. Oceanfront Park Beach is another popular spot for outdoor recreation that offers activities like sand volleyball, paragliding and scuba diving. After soaking up a day in the sun, restaurants are available along the marina. 

    Boynton Beach not only provides excellent opportunity for outdoor activities, but offers popular shopping options as well. Boynton Beach Mall supplies residents with shops, restaurants and a movie theater. Locals can enjoy a taste of the local produce by visiting Bedner’s Farm Fresh Market.

    Cost of Living & Taxes 

    The cost of living in Boynton Beach is slightly higher than the state and national average. The housing cost in Boynton Beach plays the largest factor in raising the overall cost of living in the city. The cost of health care in Boynton Beach is lower than the state and national averages. The state of Florida has no income tax or Social Security tax, making it a popular location for retirees.

    Health Care

    The West Palm Beach area is generally high scoring on Gallup’s Well Being Index, and the state of Florida ranks on the higher end of average as well.

    There are many options to choose from in the Boynton Beach area. Bethesda Hospital East and Bethesda Hospital West are both located within Boynton Beach, and Delray Medical Center is located nearby as well.

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