Join us in Palm Beach, FL, this May 2025, at the Palm Beach Skate Zone, 3 sheet facility, for an exceptional lineup of hockey showcase tournaments, including the eagerly anticipated Florida Premier Showcase and Florida hockey tournaments. This year is set to outshine previous ones, showcasing talents from Florida college hockey teams and offering unparalleled opportunities at the exposure cup hockey tournament.

All teams are rostered on Tourney Machine (SportsEngine). Every game, along with its scoring, statistics, and brackets, will be featured on the app, making it an essential tool for teams and fans following the junior hockey news showcase and ice hockey showcases.


  • 4 Games Guaranteed, 6 Game Maximum
  • Competitive divisions
  • Fun and positive atmosphere
  • Team Building Atmosphere
  • Onsite Food and Vendors
  • U8 Games are full ice
  • Tours and Ocean Outings Available
  • Tournament Rules & Regulations


  • DATES & TIME: May 23rd-26th, 2025
  • AGE LEVELS: U8A & AA, U10A, U10AA, U12A U12AA, U14AA, U10 & U12 AAA
  • FEE: Coming Soon!
  • RINK LOCATION: Palm Beach Skate Zone, 8125 Lake Worth Rd, Lake Worth Beach, FL 33467


Cox Science Center and Aquarium

Those who don’t find science exciting and those who do should both visit Cox Science Center and Aquarium. Here, a 5,000-square-foot Hall of Discovery, large planetarium, theater, science laboratory, a 1,000-square-foot exhibit designed for young children and 100 hands-on exhibits await to engage the mind and make learning fun. Looking to get outside? Putt around on the 18-hole miniature golf course designed by golf legends Gary Nicklaus and Jim Fazio. The Conservation Course was developed not only for its recreational appeal but also to educate visitors about Florida’s native habitats.

Travelers can take advantage of live science shows, playgrounds and mini-golf during their visit, but note that planetarium shows cost $5 extra. Some visitors note that parts of the center are dated while major upgrades and renovations are being completed in phases through 2025. Families love the variety of interactive exhibits and displays at this small center.

West Palm Beach Golf Courses

Home to more than 160 courses, including nearly 50 public greens, Palm Beach County boasts some of South Florida’s best golf. Enthusiasts say South Florida’s top courses are located here; many overlook the Atlantic Ocean, the Intracoastal Waterway or Everglades wetlands. The Palm Beaches are also home to some of Florida’s Historic Golf Trail courses, or courses that were created in the early to mid-1900s by legendary golf course architects like Donald Ross, Seth Raynor and William Langford. Notable championship courses in West Palm Beach include Emerald Dunes, Trump International Golf Club and the PGA National Resort & Spa, where The Honda Classic is played every February.

Though most of West Palm’s courses receive high praise from recent travelers, Okeeheelee Golf Course – located in Okeeheelee Park – has won over many visitors with its challenging 27 holes and affordable prices. The Park West Palm, which recently received a massive overhaul, is also impressing visitors with its quality courses, with some calling it the best public golf course in South Florida (though some remark that prices feel too high).

The Square

Those who have visited West Palm Beach over the years may be familiar with CityPlace, a former outdoor mall-type destination with shopping, dining and more. In recent years, however, CityPlace has evolved into The Square, which has more of a neighborhood feel with the same heavy concentration of shops and restaurants but now with more events, programming and art.

Interactive public art pieces like The Wishing Tree, a 26-foot color-changing LED-lit banyan tree, and Water Pavilion West Palm, which kids love to splash and play in, draw tons of visitors. They also enjoy the lively environment for shopping and dining. You’ll find stores like H&M and Life in Palm Beach (where souvenirs abound), plus restaurants that specialize in everything from Mexican cuisine to macarons.

The Square is currently undergoing massive renovations, with some long-standing establishments – like the movie theater and comedy club – closing and new mixed-use towers being constructed. Still, both out-of-towners and locals agree it’s a great place to hang out, especially on the weekends. As a neighborhood and lifestyle destination, The Square does not have specified hours, but most stores and restaurants are open morning to night. Visitors can park in the paid on-site garage and walk the area, or take RideWPB. A regular program of events, classes and entertainment is always on the docket, so check The Square’s website to see what’s on before visiting.

Manatee Lagoon

The 16,000-square-foot Manatee Lagoon FPL Eco-Discovery Center is one of the best free attractions in West Palm Beach. It features hands-on exhibits and a dedicated area for viewing manatees up-close when they congregate during the winter months. The manatees are attracted to the warm-water outflows of Florida Power & Light Company’s Riviera Beach Next Generation Clean Energy Center, which is located adjacent to Manatee Lagoon.

Your chances are high during manatee season (November 15 to March 31), but keep in mind the manatees are wild (not captive) so sightings aren’t guaranteed. Visitors are delighted by the manatees they do get to see as well as the impressive gift shop and informative, interactive exhibits (which they recommend no matter the time of year). Plus, the second-floor observation deck views of the Lake Worth Lagoon are quite scenic. A self-guided tour through the educational exhibits is a great way to see it all.

Manatee Lagoon is open 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. daily, but is closed on Mondays outside of manatee season (April 1 to November 14). During manatee season (November 15 to March 31), you can visit daily. Parking and admission are free. If you don’t visit during winter, you can always tune into the manatee webcam during high season to catch a glimpse of these gentle giants.