18.4 Miles to Palm Beach International Airport (PBI)
64.1 Miles to Fort Lauderdale International Airport (FLL)
86.6 Miles to Miami International Airport (MIA)
Whether a seasonal or permanent resident, the quaint and natural charm of beautiful Juno Beach is captivating. This beachfront coastal living community boasts exquisite ocean views along miles of tropical coastline. Enjoy the magnificence of an early morning sunrise over the Atlantic Ocean and exquisite ocean views while walking, jogging, bicycling along Juno’s tropical seaside.
Located just east of Jupiter, the small town of Juno Beach is situated on a barrier island along the Atlantic Coastal Ridge and Juno’s Intracoastal Waterway. The nearby Juno Dunes Natural Area is a 576-acre nature preserve and park. Adjacent to Loggerhead Park, the Juno Dunes include an area of coastal ridge and extend from the Atlantic Ocean to the Intracoastal Waterway.
Loggerhead Marine Life Center promotes conservation of ocean ecosystems with a special focus on threatened and endangered sea turtles. Loggerhead continues to be recognized locally and internationally as the leading authority in sea turtle education, research and rehabilitation.
This non-profit conservation facility is located next to one of the world’s most prolific Loggerhead sea turtle nesting beaches. During the nesting season (May-August), visitors to Loggerhead Marinelife Center can take a guided walk through the grounds and observe the turtles. This impressive facility, one of the area’s main attractions, includes a turtle hospital, research lab, educational center, exhibit hall, and gift shop.
Meyers & Stange, Proud Supporters & Members of Loggerhead’s Blue Friends Society
Meyers and Stange support Loggerhead Marinelife Center with a donation from each closed real estate transaction.
Juno Beach, Florida is home to some of Florida’s nicest beaches – a sunbather’s dream. Visitors and residents can take part in the many water sports and activities as well as other outdoor pursuits. The area’s clear-blue waters are the perfect spot for swimming, jet skiing, parasailing, and boating.
There are available charter services for inshore and offshore fishing trips, or you can just rent a pole and fish from the shore. The waters of Juno Beach are popular with fishing enthusiasts from around the world. There is an abundance of fish in the local waters including jacks, tarpon, sailfish, and other species.
A variety of oceanfront paths in Juno Beach make it easy for everyone to walk, jog, run, or bike while taking in breathtaking seaside views at the same time. The town’s Pelican Lake is surrounded by walking and biking trails. The 990-foot Juno Beach Pier and Juno Beach Park provide additional opportunities for leisurely strolls by the Atlantic Ocean.
Juno Beach has an intriguing golf history. The town is home to one of the oldest courses in South Florida located within the Seminole Golf Club. This 1920s Donald Ross-designed course has been rated among the Top 10 Golf Courses in the US. Additionally, Juno Beach has other nationally recognized golf courses.
The ideal setting of Juno Beach offers a rich and diverse lifestyle with everything from family-friendly events to an exciting nightlife to fabulous shopping centers and art galleries. Juno Beach residents can enjoy the town’s amenities as well as the conveniences and attractions of neighboring communities, Jupiter, Tequesta, North Palm Beach and Palm Beach Gardens.
Dining in Juno Beach and the surrounding area attracts people throughout the country. A mix of delightful restaurants features a range of dishes from seafood to classic American fare to international cuisine.