Things To Do

Burt Reynolds & Friends Museum
100 North US Highway One

The Burt Reynolds and Friends Museum is a collection of hundreds of artifacts and memorabilia celebration and cultural contributions of Mr. Burt Reynolds. Also included are items from some of the most famous celebrities and sport figures of our time. Hours of operation are 10:00 a.m. -4:00 p.m. Wednesday and Thursday and 10:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m. Friday through Sunday. Closed Monday and Tuesday. For more information please call.

Blowing Rocks Preserve
574 South Beach Road
Hobe Sound
(561) 747-3113

A passive preserve with natural limestone beach front formations that often send saltwater geysers skyward as waves pound the shoreline. Natural flora can be observed at the park. There is limited parking, no facilities and no swimming permitted.

Bush Wildlife Sanctuary
2500 Jupiter Park Drive
(561) 575-3399

The Busch Wildlife Sanctuary is a non-profit facility dedicated to the care of sick, injured and orphaned wildlife. Each year, more that 3,000 animals receive treatment through our wildlife rehabilitation program. The sanctuary provides an educational environment in which children and adults learn the importance of preserving Florida’s flora and fauna while experiencing the unique opportunity of seeing wildlife “up close and personal.” Visitors are welcome Tuesday through Saturday, 10:000 a.m. until 4:00 p.m. There is no admission charge, but donations are requested.

Canoe Outfitters of Florida
Indiantown Road 1.25 miles west of I-95 exit 59B
Riverbend Park

Canoe Outfitters of Florida has been located at the headwaters of the “Wild and Scenic Loxahatchee River” since 1980. Using your own canoe or renting one, you’ll canoe the scenic Loxahatchee River from Jupiter to Jonathan Dickinson State Park. As you wind and twist your way down the river, you will discover a pristine forest, untouched by development. One way canoe trip (approx. 6 hours) with return transportation to starting point or hourly rates. Open seven days. Reservations suggested.

Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse

US Highway One and Beach Road
Lighthouse Park

The Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse, built in 1860 is still in operation as an aid to navigation and can be climbed. The recently restored lighthouse is open to the public Saturday – Wednesday, 10 AM – 4 PM, with the last tour allowed at 3:15 PM. Lighthouse climbers must sign a waiver to be allowed on the property. For safety reasons, proper footwear is necessary and all climbers must be at least 48″ tall. No large camera or travel bags are permitted at the top of the tower. Group tours can be arranged in advance. A 15 minute video depicting the history of the Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse is free and is shown continuously at the Visitors Center. A gift shop is also available featuring books and souvenirs of the Lighthouse. For more information please call (561)747-8380.

Jupiter Outdoor Center
18095 North A1A

The Jupiter Outdoor Center provides outfitting, expert guides, equipment and access to Florida’s great outdoors. Adventures vary from one hour birding tours on the Loxahatchee River to kayaking and bike adventures on the Intracostal Waterway.


Manatee Queen Pontoon Boat
Located at the Crab House
For reservations (561)744-2191

Tour the Intracostal Waterway and Loxahatchee River. The Jupiter Island Tour, sailing daily, is where you’ll see the single largest concentration of wealth in America. For a romantic evening we invite you to enjoy our Sunset Cruise. Private Parties; Snacks and beverages available. Call for seasonal schedule changes. Located at The Crab House, 1065 A1A Jupiter. If you miss this, you’ve missed seeing Jupiter.

The Marinelife Center of Juno Beach
14200 US Hwy. One
Loggerhead Park
Juno Beach

The Center is a non-profit education, research and rehabilitation facility for endangered and protected sea turtles. The Center monitors one of the most active sea turtle nesting beaches in the world as well as providing educational field trips to over 20,000 students per year. A new 12,000 square foot facility opening in the future will provide classroom space for 150 students, a wet lab, complete sea turtle hospital, increased exhibit and aquarium. Tuesday – Saturday 10 a.m. -4 p.m. Sunday 12-3 p.m.

Palm Beach Princess

Discover the fun of our five-hour vacation cruise, sailing twice daily from the Port of Palm Beach. The complete entertainment experience includes a lavish buffet featuring prime rib in the evening, gourmet a la carte menu, Las Vegas style revue show, weekend headline entertainment, 15,000 square feet of casino action, sports book bar with nine satellite televisions, deli, five lounges, mini spa, gift boutique and more.

Town of Jupiter

Riverwalk is the Town of Jupiter’s vision of a unique, linear park presently in the planning stages, which will provide access to and along the water’s edge. Following the 2.5-mile course along the beautiful Intracostal Waterway, the park will wind its way from the Jupiter Inlet to the Jupiter Ridge Natural Area. Pedestrians will be able to stroll the scenic Riverwalk past shops, restaurants and recreational areas. Being developed through a public-private partnership with adjacent property owners, Riverwalk will celebrate the natural beauty of our community and the quality of life we enjoy.

Roger Dean Stadium

Baseball….as close to the game as you can get without a uniform is a Roger Dean Stadium. Florida’s only two-team spring training facility is the home of the Florida Marlins and St. Louis Cardinals. Roger Dean Stadium features a main diamond with seating for 7,000 fans plus 12 practice fields. The fan-friendly facility includes an open air concourse, a party deck, derm as well as the traditional ballpark elements. Tickets range in price from $6 to $18. Catch the Jupiter Hammerheads, Class “A” affiliate of the Florida Marlins, from April through Labor Day. The stadium is located on Donald Ross Road, about ½ mile east of I-95.

The Sailfish Marina & Resort

A vacation paradise offering a world famous sportfishing charter fleet; water taxi tours & transfers; boat and bike rentals; waterfront restaurant & bar; ship store & gift shop; weekly Thursday evening Sunset Celebration & Art Show, “Feed the Fish” seawall aquarium; dockside guest accommodations; a full service marina; pool & BBQs plus much more! Singer Island.

Lion Country Safari
(15 mi. west of I-95 off West Palm Beach)

Loxahatchee Everglades Tours, Inc.
15490 Loxahatchee Road
Boca Raton

Mounts Botanical Garden
531 N. Military Trail
West Palm Beach
(between Belvedere and Southern)

Palm Beach Water Taxi
98 Lake Drive, Singer Island
(Based out of the Sailfish Marina)

Palm Beach Zoo
1301 Summit Blvd.
West Palm Beach

Playmobil FunPark
8031 North Military Trail
Palm Beach Gardens

Rapids Water Park
6566 North Military Trail
West Palm Beach
(south of Blue Heron)



Jupiter Lighthouse

State Parks

Dubois Pioneer Home

Marine Life Center


Roger Dean Stadium