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 and wildlife, and much more.
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, but must be kept on a leash.
Great activities to try and nearby attractions:
•The most popular area attraction is the Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse, which now houses a small historical museum where you can see shipwreck remnants and learn all about their history.
•The lighthouse was built in 1860 and is believed to be the oldest standing structure in Palm Beach County.
•Visit Dubois Park for a great view of the lighthouse where you can also picnic, play volleyball and just enjoy the beach.
• DuBois Pioneer Museum takes you into an 1898 Pioneer home that was built on top of an Indian shell mound.
Eating: Enjoy some tasty and classy seafood dishes at The Bistro or some yummy Caribbean creations at Captain Charlie’s Reef Grill.
Sleeping: Enjoy a comfy stay in Fairfield Inn & Suites West Pam Beach Jupiter or live it up at the Jupiter Beach Resort.