Abacoa, Florida, is a family-friendly golf community comprised of 16 individual neighborhoods, a town center, recreational fields, numerous parks and swimming pools, and a professional baseball complex. With initial construction beginning in 1996, the 2,055-acre master-planned development now has more than 4,000 golf course houses and golf homes built by respected homebuilders such as DiVosta Homes, Frankel Paone, Town, and Country, and Delcrest.
Each neighborhood in Abacoa has its own distinct style and architecture such as Mallory Creek's Key West style homes and beach cottages or the townhome community of Charleston Court, reminiscent of the historic architecture in South Carolina's Lowcountry. Three of Abacoa's most established neighborhoods showcase Spanish influences and traditional Florida-style homes while Valencia, which is perhaps Abacoa's most luxurious neighborhood, demonstrates magnificent, Mediterranean-style golf estates, many of which are custom built with well-appointed interior details. All Abacoa neighborhoods are designed with ample green space and private laneways, inviting leisurely interaction among neighbors.
Home to some of the area's best shopping, dining, entertainment, and professional businesses, the newly renovated Downtown Abacoa has become a family and date night favorite. Downtown Abacoa's “Main Street” charm, classic design, and relaxed atmosphere give this Jupiter destination a true golf community feel, and whether you're looking for social outings or a place to unwind, there is something for everyone.
The Roger Dean Baseball Stadium, located off Main Street in Abacoa, is home to the Jupiter Hammerheads and Palm Beach Cardinals, both minor league baseball teams. The facility also hosts spring training for its professional feeder teams: the Florida Marlins and the St. Louis Cardinals. Apart from its promotional baseball games, the stadium organizes summer baseball camps, Kids Fest, Super Splash Recreation Days, annual Easter egg hunts, firework displays, and much more.
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Besides baseball, another favorite Florida pastime is golf. The Palm Beach Gardens-Jupiter area is known as the “Golf Capital of the World,” with numerous private courses earning national accolades for their intrinsic design, immaculate greens, and incredible waterfront views. Arguably the finest public course in Jupiter, the Abacoa Golf Club does not disappoint its patrons either.
Designed by the late golf architect Joe Lee, the 18-hole championship course at Abacoa Golf Club features elevated coastal terrain and unobstructed fairways surrounded by water hazards and natural vegetation. The clubhouse resembles a Florida-style estate and features a back portico with views of the 18th hole. A popular venue for weddings, baby showers, bat mitzvahs, and corporate luncheons, the Abacoa clubhouse has its own restaurant and grille room. Perhaps one of the best-kept secrets, this public facility also has its own learning center and offers private and group golf instruction, junior golf, team golf, and a weekly “chip-and-sip” for ladies.
Abacoa is also home to Florida Atlantic University's Harriet L. Wilkes Honors College, a Scripps Research Institute sister facility, and the Max Planck Florida Institute for Neuroscience, the Max Planck Society's first non-European research institute.
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