Lighthouse Point’s name was inspired by the nearby Hillsboro Lighthouse – but it’s the laid-back ambiance of this quiet, tree-shaded town that will inspire you. There’s no finer place to unwind from real-world stress and truly relax.
There are eighteen miles of pristine waterways that lace through Lighthouse Point, with direct ocean access for almost any size boat. Didn’t bring your boat? No problem. Friendly charter captains are waiting to escort you on the perfect sea excursion aboard your vessel of choice: sport fishing to luxury yacht.
Regardless of where you wander in Lighthouse Point, you’re never far from inviting sidewalks, bike paths and city parks that make it so easy to enjoy our sunny weather.
Groups seeking a variety of ways to play will enjoy Dan Witt Park: there are tennis, basketball, baseball and sand volleyball courts; football/soccer fields; a covered pavilion, picnic tables, play area, refreshment stand and more.
Tennis fans will appreciate Frank McDonough Park’s nine clay courts and pro shop with lessons. The park also features a covered playground, outdoor sand volleyball court, four racquetball courts, and football/soccer and baseball fields.
Nature lovers in need of a little am or pm zen can find it amidst the unspoiled natural beauty of Exchange Club Park.
Lookin’ good – feeling great
Put yourself in the expert hands of Body and Soul and you’ll be living your best life within an hour or two! This locally owned spa and salon has delighted residents and visitors with warm, personal service and a range of massage, hair, nail and skin treatments for 12 years.
Feast like the locals do
Watch the boats and enjoy the breeze during breakfast, lunch or dinner at waterside Nauti Dawg. (Four legged sailors are welcome on the outdoor patio – and even have their own doggy menu). Papa’s Raw Bar is another big favorite for locals: enjoy the day’s fresh catch, conch dishes, sushi and island inspired sandwiches. Wash it down with one of their 120+ beers or extensive wine choices.
With a name like Seafood World, there’s a lot to live up to. Given this restaurant’s popularity since 1976, they do! Enjoy big varieties of fresh fish, grilled, blackened or cooked to your liking.
Every neighborhood needs a good sports bar: Lighthouse Point has a great one: island-themed Bonefish Mac’s. Try their fresh crab legs, bucket o' bait peel 'n' eat shrimp or famous Fuji fire shrimp.
Need a break from the sea? Sicilian Oven tempts you with irresistible pizza and pasta. Packy’s Sports Pub serves up classic Irish pub grub, with live local bands that perform on Friday and Saturday nights.
Stay close by
As a residential community, Lighthouse Point doesn’t have hotel or resort properties within its borders, but there are highly rated chains and popular independents within 2 miles. You’re also a 20 minute drive or less to Deerfield Beach, Boca Raton and Delray Beach.