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Sports fans will find plenty to cheer about when visiting Palm Beach. Start your engines and watch drag or kart racing at the Palm Beach International Raceway. If you visit in February, you can catch the Palm Beach Grand Prix. Though, you can take the wheel yourself and enroll in a driving course.
In the winter, equestrian fans will delight in watching a polo match, steeplechase or dressage at any of a number of centers throughout the Palm Beach area. You can even mount your own horse and ride along Palm Beach’s 300 miles of trails.
Baseball die-hards make a pilgrimage to South Florida in the spring to see the Florida Marlins and St. Louis Cardinals, both of whom have spring training at Roger Dean Stadium in nearby Jupiter. Grab your Cracker Jacks and you’re set.
If your game takes place on the gridiron, travel just about an hour away to watch the Miami Dolphins battle it out at Sun Life Stadium.
Of course, if you’d rather sit back with a pint and watch the game on TV, there are plenty of bars in the area that are sure to show your favorite team: Grease, Duffy’s and O’Shea’s Pub in downtown West Palm Beach; Dive Bar in Jupiter Island; or the Old Key Lime House or Dave’s Last Resort and Raw Bar in Lake Worth.