Jupiter is home to over 3.4 miles of breathtaking beaches along its coastline. Thanks to the Gulf Stream, the ocean’s temperature is in the upper 70-degree range year-round, which is perfect for swimming, snorkeling, paddle boarding, or simply relaxing. Jupiter’s beaches are known for their crystal-clear waters and shores teeming with natural dunes, mangroves, and sea grape trees. Here is a list of some of our favorite spots for fun in the sun so you can decide which strand of oceanfront gets your top spot.
Carlin Park is one of Jupiter’s largest, most popular parks, with over 3,000 feet of guarded beach. There is a variety of recreational activities available for anyone to have the perfect beach day, including bocce ball, tennis, and sand volleyball. You can also find playgrounds, an exercise running course, restrooms, and picnic areas with grills at the park. Don’t forget to stop by Luke’s Lazy Loggerhead Cafe, located near the entrance of Carlin Park, which has been serving breakfast and lunch on Jupiter Beach since 1998!
Coral Cove Park
While it is quieter and smaller than the rest in Jupiter, this park still offers unparalleled snorkeling experiences. A waterproof camera can come in handy to capture the array of sea turtles, lobster, eels, and fish swimming about the reefs and rocks of the cove. Coral Cove Park is conveniently situated nearby the Intracoastal Waterway, and has 600 feet of guarded beach, along with picnic areas with grills, a playground, restrooms, and outdoor showers. Experience the beauty of old Florida along the giant rocks in and out of the water!
Dubois Park (Jupiter Inlet Beach)
DuBois one of the most unique swimming areas in the north county area. It boasts 1,200 feet of waterway frontage and a guarded swimming lagoon to spot manatees, turtles, fish, and more. Other amenities include picnic areas with grills, restrooms, outdoor showers, and a playground. It is also home to the historic DuBois Pioneer Home and an Indian mound, a historical and archeological treasure.
Juno Beach Pier and Park
Juno Beach Park is one of the most iconic destinations in all of Jupiter, as it features the well-known Juno Pier. Here, you’ll find nothing short of 990 feet of excellent saltwater fishing and incredible opportunities to take in the scenic view. The beach also welcomes guests to the full-service Pier House, which features a friendly guest services team, snack bar, as well as an array of fishing tackle, including rental poles and bait. Juno Beach is also a fantastic beach for tanning and swimming. The park also has plentiful parking, picnic tables, restrooms, and showers.
Jupiter Beach Park
Located on the south side of the Jupiter Inlet, this park has over 1,700 feet of guarded beach. Jupiter Beach is the perfect spot to take a dip in the small lagoon, relax under the sun, or have an afternoon picnic! It also has restrooms, outdoor showers, and a sand volleyball court. You can also fish at the inlet any time of the day!
Jupiter Dog Beach
Jupiter locals are proud to say that the town is home to one of the only remaining dog-friendly beaches in the state! A 2.5 mile stretch of beach starts from beach marker #25 at Marcinski Road, near Ocean Cay Park, and spans north to beach marker #59 at the south end of Carlin Park. Have a blast at the beach with your furry friends this summer!
Ocean Cay Park
Ocean Cay Park is another fantastic spot in Jupiter to soak in the sun. Here, you have access to picnic pavilions with BBQ grills, playgrounds, restrooms, outdoor showers, and sand volleyball courts. However, be mindful that this beach is unguarded.
Jupiter is rich in beauty, with seven different beaches right here in our backyard! For more information on the town and real estate services from Palm Beach to Jupiter Island, contact a Tauber Real Estate Services Specialist at 561-626-4633.