Juno Beach

Juno Beach

Juno Beach

Juno Beach has a small town feel in an oceanfront community. Juno Beach located in Palm Beach County is known for its beautiful beaches and intracoastal waterways. About 43% of Juno Beach is county park land or environmentally sensitive lands keeping the area less congested and more valuable. Juno Beach offers a 990ft fishing pier as well as beautiful walking trails, a guarded beach, and children’s play area. Pelican Lake in Juno Beach is also known for its recently completed Lake Walk which features beautiful landscaping and lighting.
Juno is home to the Loggerhead Marinelife Center, a sanctuary and safe harbor for Loggerhead turtles. This is a must visit to learn how these dedicated professionals protect and rehabilitate these huge gorgeous and ancient creatures.
The Juno Dog Beach. So bring the hounds and let them play on the beach.
The weather is warm here all year so you never have to worry about when it’s a good time to visit. Any time is good.  This pretty beach consists of coarse, dark sand and warm blue-green water with the beautiful Florida skyline as a backdrop to a picture-perfect hideaway. The beach is so large that it’s rarely heavily populated so you’ll always find a place that feels private.

 

 Great activities to try and nearby attractions:

•A popular sea turtle sanctuary, Loggerhead Marinelife Center of Juno Beach offers information on preserving this incredible sanctuary to so many magnificent creatures, including the turtles that find safe harbor here. Admission is free!
•Check out nearby Carlin Park for saltwater fishing, baseball and other athletic fields, tennis courts, play areas and hiking trails. This is a popular place for families to come for a day of leisurely family entertainment.

 

•Visit the Juno Dog Beach portion of the beach with your dog so that they can run and play on the beach too. I think they can run free of leases but always check first. Rules change.
Kids of most ages: Only 15 minutes outside of Juno, you’ll find the Playmobil Fun Park in Palm Beach Gardens, which consists of a castle replica filled with fantasy-themed fun for the your little ones.
Eating: Enjoy a seaside breakfast or lunch while you sit outside at the Hurricane Café. For great seafood and steak, check out Ke’e Grill.
Sleeping: Only a ten-minute walk to the beach, stay in Hampton Inn Jupiter/ Juno Beach or enjoy ocean views from the Holiday Inn Express North Palm Beach.