Jupiter, Florida

A Water Lover and Eco-Lover’s Dream

Pinpointing Paradise

Where in the World is Jupiter, Florida?

 

   
Latitude DMS: 26°56’3.21″N
Longitude DMS: 80°5’39.15″W
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19.6 Miles to Palm Beach International Airport (PBI)

72.1 Miles to Fort Lauderdale International Airport (FLL)

89.9 Miles to Miami International Airport (MIA)

A Northern Palm Beach County Gem

Previously named by Coastal Living Magazine as one of the Top 10 Happiest Seaside Towns in the United States, scenic Jupiter, Florida continues to maintain its reputation as a highly desirable community in which to live.

 

Rich with history and surrounded by beautiful beaches and magnificent sand dunes, Jupiter is a dream destination also known as an eco-tourism capital of Palm Beach County. This spectacular region features diverse ecosystems which are home to an abundance of wildlife, birds, and natural wonders.

 

Enjoy an Active Lifestyle in Jupiter

Jupiter is fortunate to have some of the most beautiful navigable waterways in southeast Florida.

 

Within its lush tropical setting and beautiful beaches, Jupiter residents enjoy an active coastal lifestyle and extensive outdoor recreational opportunities. Boating, kayaking, paddle boarding, swimming, diving, golf, tennis, bicycling, and hiking shape the Jupiter outdoor living culture.  Jupiter is also home to the North County Aquatics Complex offering a variety of programs for water lovers of all ages and levels.

 

Rich with history, this idyllic coastal town is home to highly desirable golf course communities, beachfront homes and condos, charming and quaint inland communities and upscale master planned communities.

 

Jupiter is also home to the Florida Marlins and St. Louis Cardinals spring training camps and Class A teams, the Jupiter Hammerheads and Palm Beach Cardinals.

 

“Living in Jupiter is Just Delightful”

Experience beautiful beaches, an abundance of amenities and an easygoing lifestyle in Jupiter.  Enjoy the turtle hatchling’s rush to the ocean, hike or bike the many park and beach trails.  Paddle board or kayak along the Loxahatchee River or climb the Jupiter Lighthouse for the spectacular views of the Atlantic Ocean and Jupiter Inlet.

 

Jupiter’s beaches have served as retreats for surfers and beachgoers for decades. Dubois Park and its tropical palm-lined beach offers playgrounds and picnic pavilions. Carlin Park offers an exercise trail and well-equipped picnic areas while Ocean Cay Park features a playground, showers, pavilions and restrooms.

 

Between Jupiter and its charming neighboring towns, Tequesta, Juno Beach, North Palm Beach and Palm Beach Gardens, residents and visitors can indulge in upscale shopping, art galleries, museums, live theater, fine and casual dining, concerts, and weekly community events.

 

The Friendly Warmth of Jupiter

Jupiter’s beautiful beaches and the warm temperature of its surrounding waters mean year-round comfort for swimming and other water activities. The warmth extends to the friendly feeling in this lovely Florida location which has a small-town appeal while providing amenities often found in a big city.