Photo of Jupiter FloridaEvents in Jupiter Floridawhat to do in Jupiter FloridaPhoto of JupiterJupiter FL Photos
spacer
Home About Jupiter Florida Local Businesses Local Events Jupiter Coupons Real Estate Advertise Site Map Contact Us spacerLoginspacerRegister
spacer
spacer
-- Advertise Here - Click for Details --
spacer
spacer
 Navigation
spacer


Follow Jupiter Daily on Facebook

spacer
spacer
 Hiking Trails In and Around Jupiter
spacer
spacer

Jupiter, Florida offers the best area for backpacking in Southeast Florida, and a favorite of paddlers for the wild and scenic Loxahatchee River. Bleow are several locations in Jupiter that offer hiking trails for those who love to explore the great outdoors and soak in a bit of  the calm and beauty that nature offers us - daily.


Riverbend Park
[26.933152,-80.175023]   6.5 miles
9060 W Indiantown Rd, Jupiter, FL 33478

Riverbend Park - Jupiter, FLorida

This lush 680 acre preserve near Jupiter is an ideal destination for hikers who want a taste of the wilds of Southwest Florida without getting their feet wet. More than 15 miles of interconnected trails and roads make up the trail network. Birds, deer, alligators, squirrels, owls, raccoon and squirrels are just some of the creatures that can await you along the trails. LEARN MORE...

 

Limestone Creek Natural Area
[26.941239,-80.135387]   1.2 miles
6570 Church Street, Jupiter, FL 33458

Limestone Creek Natural Area in Jupiter, FL

Limestone Creek Natural Area is a hidden gem covering 53 acres of protected land hemmed in by residential and commercial development in Jupiter. A paved wheelchair accessible trail winds through the woods to an observation deck and nearby fishing pier on the C-18 canal. Natural-surface trails lead you deeper into the preserve to explore scrub, marsh, and a dense hammock of cabbage palms. An easy place to explore, it's just off the Indiantown exit of I-95 and Florida's Turnpike. LEARN MORE...

 

Blowing Rocks Preserve
[26.978967,-80.084017]   2.5 miles
574 S Beach Rd, Hobe Sound, FL 33455

Blowing Rocks Preserve on Jupiter Island, FL

Blowing Rocks Preserve protects 73 acres of Jupiter Island, and is home to namesake rocks to sensitive estuarine habitats, mangroves, tropical and oak hammocks, and the beach dunes. Originally preserved by local residents in 1969 but is now run by The Nature Conservancy. Blowing Rocks Preserve boasts the longest and most dramatic stretch of rocky shoreline in Florida. LEARN MORE...

 

Kitching Creek Loop
Jonathan Dickinson State Park
Fees: $4-6 per vehicle
[26.992473,-80.146502]   7.5 miles

Kitching Creek Loop Jonathan Dickinson State Park

Perfect for long distance roaming within Jonathan Dickinson State Park. Kitching Creek Loop showcases the beauty of pine flatwoods and cypress drainages towards the Loxahatchee River. It is frequently wet underfoot in this part of the forest, as you transition away from scrub habitats and into floodplain areas along the Loxahatchee River. LEARN MORE...

 

Hobe Mountain Trail
Jonathan Dickinson State Park
Fees: $4-6 per vehicle
[27.016649,-80.110191]   0.4 miles

Hobe Mountain Trail Jonathan Dickinson State Park

The boardwalk leads to an observation tower atop the highest natural hill south of Lake Okeechobee. The towers lets you view surrounding landscape from the Atlantic Ocean to the wet flatwoods that march off to the west of the Loxahatchee River. This trail is one of the biggest treats at Jonathan Dickinson State Park, as it’s easily accessible and fun to show off to friends and family—trek to the top of a Florida “mountain”! LEARN MORE...

 

East Loop Trail
Jonathan Dickinson State Park
[27.003877,-80.101422]   9.8 miles

East Loop Trail, Jonathan Dickinson State Park

The 9.8-mile loop can be tackled as a long day hike or an overnight trip, or in conjunction with hiking the larger double-loop system (using the connector to the Kitching Creek Loop) or the Ocean-to-Lake Trail, all of which are maintained by the Florida Trail Association. Along its length, you’ll traverse some of the highest hills in South Florida, enjoy sweeping views across pine flatwoods, scramble through the scrub forests, and encounter some of the remains of Camp Murphy, a World War II era military installation. LEARN MORE...


spacer
Home About Jupiter Florida Local Businesses Local Events Jupiter Coupons Real Estate Advertise Site Map Contact Us spacerLoginspacerRegister
Copyright 2017, Jupiter Florida Guide Online- JupiterDaily.com
spacer
-- Advertise Here - Click for Details --

spacer