Nestled along the manicured hedges and quiet solitude of Florida's A1A, the Delray Beach hamlet of Gulfstream is a hidden beachfront gem in South Florida. And while Ft. Lauderdale and Miami are just a short drive away, you can find all the excitement you need by strolling trendy Atlantic Avenue in nearby downtown Delray Beach, where fine dining, upscale boutiques, bustling bars and oh-so-cool galleries provide any distraction you might need from the sun, golden sand and turquoise-colored waters of the Atlantic.

After a day under the Florida sun, catch a live performance at Arts Garage. This venue is in Pineapple Grove, home to art galleries and public displays of work from contemporary designers. The area is also dotted with a variety of wetlands and nature preserves. The wildlife at these destinations include alligators, birds, turtles and furry animals of all kinds. With so much to see and do, it’s no wonder Delray Beach was voted the “Most Fun Small Town in the United States.”


Delray Beach's Atlantic Ave shopping

Atlantic Avenue

Live it up on the main street and focal point for Delray Beach’s cultural activities, plus dining, shopping, sightseeing and more. 
Wakodahatchee Wetlands viewing the wildlife

Wakodahatchee Wetlands

Hike along a boardwalk that meanders through the first wetlands park in the region. Travel along an elevated trail surrounded by lush vegetation while viewing birds, alligators and other fascinating wildlife. 
Morikami Japanese Garden Museum bridge

Morikami Museum & Japanese Gardens

Discover traditional Japanese gardens where the early concepts of Zen  can be seen. The grounds also feature traveling and permanent exhibits along with a 225-seat theater, research facility, library and tea room. 


Associate Resort

Club Associate Resorts were not originally developed by Bluegreen but are included in the resort portfolio to expand the choices available to Bluegreen owners in a variety of attractive vacation destinations.