Guide To Jupiter Fl Beaches

Jupiter is well known for its beautiful beaches. There are many things about Jupiter’s Beaches that attract visitors each year. The warm waters for much of the year, shelling, natural surroundings, wildlife, and much more. Surfing, kite surfing, deep sea fishing, scuba diving, and skiing are all popular activities year around.

Dogs on the Beach:

Although many parts of Florida are very dog-unfriendly, Jupiter Beaches are quite accommodating. Dogs are allowed on non-guarded beaches from Jupiter to Juno Beach but must be kept on a leash.

  1. Jupiter Beach Park

1375 Jupiter Beach Rd.

Jupiter, FL 33477

Includes: Picnic areas, jetty, picnic pavilion, restrooms, showers, volleyball court.

A large sandy beach and a great place to relax and watch the waves run into the jetty. It may not be a big park, but there are plenty of things to do. Take a dip into the small lagoon or walk over the beach.

Very nice clear water beach with lots of pretty shells. Locals are so friendly and take care of the beach and sea turtles, lots of wildlife to see even when crowded.

2. Ocean Cay Park

2188 Marcinski Road,

Jupiter, Florida 33477

13.44 Acres

Includes: handicapped accessible ramp, and beach wheelchair available, unguarded beach, parking lot,  picnic pavilions, shelters, playgrounds, restrooms, outdoor showers, sand volleyball courts, bus shelter and a seating plaza.

This is a terrific beach for the whole family no matter what time of year. Plenty of open grassy space gives it a cozy, secluded feeling, but there’s much to do.

Nice park with separate area for dogs. There was multiple parking areas, a picnic area, restrooms and a place to rinse off. Beautiful gorgeous views of the beach.

3. Carlin Park

400 SR A1A,

South of Indiantown rd, Jupiter.

Includes: restrooms, grills, covered pavilions, picnic areas, hiking trails. Handicapped accessible ramp, and beach wheelchair available.

Massive beachfront park with so much to do you might have to come back for more. Play volleyball, tennis, softball and even bocce ball. Run or walk the exercise course that features multiple unique training stations. Have a snack at the cafe or light up one of the grills. The Seabreeze Amphitheater features live music, special events and the annual Shakespeare by the Sea Festival.

4. Coral Cove Park

19450 SR 707, Tequesta, FL 33469 

Includes: restrooms, showers, playground.

Coral Cove Park is a Palm Beach County park with spectacular rock formations along the beach. While the rocks at Blowing Rocks have serious sea caves in their bluffs, these are not as tall but just as rugged and picturesque, and more Swiss-cheese in nature.

5. Dubois Park

19075 Dubois Rd,

South of Jupiter inlet.

Includes: restrooms, picnic area, playground, grills.

This gem is a large park right at the mouth of Jupiter Inlet with fantastic views of the Jupiter Lighthouse. Jet skiers and boaters can start their trip through the Intracoastal Waterway or out to sea, right from the marina slips. Canoe and kayak adventurers can paddle to the Loxahatchee River, one of only two national Wild & Scenic Rivers in Florida.

6. Blowing Rocks Preserve

574 S Beach Rd,

Hobe Sound, FL 33455

Stretching more than a mile along Jupiter Island, a tall limestone terrace dominates the meeting of sand and sea, the longest and most dramatic stretch of rocky shoreline in Florida.

7. Juno Beach Park

14775 SR A1A,

North of Juno Beach.

Includes: showers, picnic area, lifeguards, fishing pier.

Sitting pretty between Jupiter and West Palm Beach, Juno Beach is home to unspoiled coastline, blissfully laid-back vibes.

8. John D. MacArthur Beach State Park

10900 Jack Nicklaus Dr

North Palm Beach, FL 33408

Includes: restrooms, picnic area, pavilion, hiking, scuba diving, nature center, fishing, boardwalk.

The park’s nature center shows visitors why the park is a biological treasure. Visitors can swim, picnic and surf at the beach; snorkeling is also a popular activity.

9. Loggerhead Park

A1A and US1,

North of Donald Ross Road, Juno.

Includes: the Marine Life Center, playground, picnic area, restrooms.

Give or take a few thousand years, sea turtles have made their way to our beaches to nest. See them up close as the Park is home to Loggerhead Marinelife Center.

10. Riverbend Park

9060 W Indiantown Rd,

Jupiter, FL 33478

680-acre park in the Jupiter Farms section of Jupiter, in Palm Beach County, Florida. Hiking, horse trails, kayak/canoe launches, picnic tables and pavilions, events and programs.

Riverbend Park was more than a decade in the making. The 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.

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