December 3, 2022
From North Palm Beach to Jupiter
Lighting Up the Waters of Palm Beach County
On December 3rd, look up in the sky – not for Santa, but for fireworks, because it means the "Merry and Bright" Palm Beach Holiday Boat Parade is underway! See boats decked with dancing lights, holiday adornments, and more than a few surprises as they make their way up the Intracoastal Waterway from the North Palm Beach Marina to Jupiter.
A floating Zambelli fireworks display will lead the parade on the Intracoastal Waterway, starting at the Safe Harbor North Palm Beach Marina and navigating north to the Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse. The free, family-friendly event will feature up to 80 boats of all sizes decked out with fun decorations and thousands of holiday lights.
The Season of Giving
It’s a super festive way to say it’s the holiday season in The Palm Beaches. The Palm Beach Holiday Boat Parade is also a toy drive. For more than 20 years, the parade has proudly partnered with the U.S. Marine Reserves Toys for Tots organization, collecting hundreds of thousands of unwrapped gifts for local kids in need. A "toy fleet" of boats with amber beacons and/or Toys for Tots signs will pull right up along the parade route to pick up donations; just wave a flashlight to get their attention.
Where to Sit and See
There will be plenty of public parks and places along the Palm Beach Holiday Boat Parade route to see the show: Juno Park, Bert Winters Park, Waterway Park, Sawfish Bay Park, Jupiter Riverwalk, Harbourside Place, and Lighthouse Park. Grab dinner or drinks with a view and watch the festivities from waterside restaurants and bars like Charlie & Joe's at Love Street, 1000 North, U-Tiki, Waterway Cafe, Jetty's, or Square Grouper Tiki Bar.
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