The Snook Island Natural Area opened recently on the west side of the Lake Worth bridge. There’s a driveway for unloading equipment, and plenty of parking about 100 yards to the east.
This well-lit site on the water’s edge provides a good backdrop for an intimate and un-crowded drum circle for those who want to get together in Lake Worth while the Casino Beach is being renovated.
Directions: Traffic is one way going west on this side of the Lake Worth Bridge. If you have stuff to unload, go east across the bridge, turn around and head back, and the entrance is just over the bridge on your right.
The parking is along North and South Golfview Road. N. Golfview is one way going south along the golf course and has private parking on one side and metered parking (for Snook Island) on the other. S. Golfview is one way going north along Bryant Park, where the parking is free, just a little farther to walk.
The ancient drum circles were a unified prayer ritual of one form or another, with one intentful consciousness in hope of prosperity and healing