Royal Palm Yacht and Country Club in Boca Raton, Florida is located on the southernmost section of Palm Beach County along the Intracoastal waterway. There are 700 total homes in Royal Palm Yacht Club which can be grouped into 3 categories based on their homesite: Waterfront, Golf Course, or interior lot configuration. This section of the Intracoastal waterway is not a “no wake” zone, and as such, while the homes in Royal Palm Yacht Club with direct frontage to the Intracoastal do enjoy arguably better views, they are not practical for dockage of large vessels. Not to worry though, if you are a boater and want to keep your yacht behind your home, there are plenty of waterfront Homes For sale in Royal Palm Yacht Club that are on interior, protected canals and can accommodate yachts of all sizes. Boaters who live on golf course view, or interior lots, still have the option of keeping their yacht at the Yacht Club marina. Membership to the Country Club is not a requirement nor is it a right of homeownership in the community. In fact many residents of Royal Palm Yacht Club choose instead to join the Boca Raton Resort and Club which is located adjacent to the community, directly to the north across Camino Real. Forbes includes Royal Palm Yacht Club on it’s list of Most Exclusive Gated Communities, although it should be noted that the roads within the community are own and maintained by the City of Boca Raton, which means that while they do have a heavy security presence within the community and they do have a guard house at each entrance, public access cannot be restricted. This configuration is not typical for Boca Raton where most gated communities own their common areas privately.
Where you live in Boca Raton determines which public schools your children may attend. Homes in Royal Palm Yacht Club are zoned for the following Palm Beach County school districts: