Places to stay in Jupiter Beach, FL
There are many places to stay in or around Jupiter, but here are a few to which we would send our own family:
Things to do in Jupiter (other than diving)
Whether your travel buddy isn't a diver, or you need something to do that last day before you fly, Jupiter Beach, FL has a lot of great things to do.
Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse and Museum offers climbing tours of the landmark 1860 Jupiter Light and exhibits in the waterfront History Museum located in the restored WWII Naval housing quarters building. Outdoor exhibits include the Lighthouse Keeper's Workshop, Tindall Pioneer Homestead & Seminole Chickee. Visit the Museum gift shop for history & Lighthouse books, clothing & fine gifts and our Station J Cafe. The Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse and Museum all offers our LENS (Lighthouse Education & Natural Sciences) Programs including Hike Through History, Lighthouse Chickee Chats, Lectures, Sunset & Moonrise tours and also offers Weddings and Special Events. School Tours, Group Tours and buses welcome.
Learn more: http://www.jupiterlighthouse.org/
Thousands of outdoor enthusiasts keep returning to our world class location on the Jupiter Inlet at Love Street to learn the new sport of Stand up Paddleboarding, rent a Kayak or Stand up Paddle Board, participate in a variety of ongoing classes and guided kayak tours, or to join friends and family for a paddle party and be embraced by the exquisite nature of Jupiter’s beautiful waterways. We welcome the opportunity to facilitate your need for exploration and adventure.
Palm Beach County's award-winning park system offers the widest possible range of leisure opportunities. Over 8,000 acres of parkland are available to discover. Sports, fitness, environmental, and cultural opportunities abound, as well as restful places for solitude.
Low-cost, often free, Palm Beach County's park system offers an affordable getaway!
Located just south of Stuart, this park teems with wildlife in 13 natural communities, including sand pine scrub, pine flatwoods, mangroves, and river swamps. The Loxahatchee River, Florida's first federally designated Wild and Scenic River, runs through the park. Ranger-guided tours of the 1930s pioneer homestead of Trapper Nelson are available year-round. Visitors can enjoy paved and off-road biking, equestrian, and hiking trails. Boating, canoeing, and kayaking along the river are also great ways to see the park. Anglers can fish along the riverbank or from a boat. The nature and history of the park comes to life through exhibits and displays in the Elsa Kimbell Environmental Education and Research Center. Programs for the kids, or for the whole family, are also offered here. The park also offers two full-facility campgrounds and a youth/group primitive campground. Visitors can arrange boat tours of the river and rent canoes, kayaks, and motorboats by calling (561) 746-1466. Located 12 miles south of Stuart on U.S. 1.