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Boat Tours in Jupiter

Sparkling St. Lucie Inlet Preserve, the bright red brick lighthouse, turquoise Atlantic Ocean, glittering Jupiter Inlet – fantastic photo opportunities are everywhere when you take a boat tour with LOVE STREET OUTDOOR CENTER.



a body of water

(Photos/Bill DiPaolo)

Whether the moon is rising or the sun is bright in the sky, there’s plenty of photo ops when you take a boat tours in Jupiter adventure with Love Street Outdoor Center.

Climb aboard the 27-foot Pon-Tiki for 30-minute or 60-minute tour while you wait for your dinner reservation at Charlie & Joe’s at Love Street. Expect to see manatees, sea turtles, tropical birds and and colorful fish  on your tour with Elise, Renee or one of our other expert boat captains.

Make your reservation ahead of time online. We do private boat tours in Jupiter too. Sunset and Moonrise tours are welcome. To make a reservation, click here. 



a bridge over a river

A LOVE STREET OUTDOOR CENTER tour of the the St. Lucie Inlet Preserve will bring you and your group to one of the few undeveloped areas on Florida’s east coast. It’s a popular spot with nature students to learn about native flora and fauna of Florida barrier islands.

Along the 3/4-mile boardwalk, you’ll likely see lots of wildlife. There’s long-legged ibises, colorful butterflies, spindly spiders, wide-winged ospreys hunting for fish and raccoons roustabouting through thick mangroves during your boat tours in Jupiter trip.

The island is an important nesting area for loggerhead, leatherback and green turtles. They come ashore at night to dig holes in the sand to lay their eggs.
You’ll know you are reaching the end of the trail when you hear the waves from the Atlantic Ocean through the thick mangroves.
Step out onto the beach, and you are in your own private paradise.
To make a boat in Jupiter tours reservation, click here.
a bird that is standing in a forest

You and up to 6 passengers will enjoy a leisurely 3-hour round boat tour in Jupiter sightseeing cruise past the Historic Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse and the estates of the rich and famous on Jupiter Island en route to Pecks Lake.

Your Love Street Outdoor Center guide will then lead you on an easy paddle by paddleboard from the mother ship to a beautiful beach at Pecks Lake.

Accessible only by boat, this oasis of nature is pristine 1,000 acres created in 1969 to protect nesting sea turtles.

Loggerhead, leatherback and green turtles come ashore at night to dig holes in the beach sand to lay their eggs.

There’s no boardwalks, facilities or lifeguards. A short walk on the surf sand brings you to the beach, which usually is almost deserted.

Dolphins, manatees, shore birds, tropical fish – your friendly LOVE STREET OUTDOOR CENTER guide will help you spot ’em during your Jupiter boat tours adventure.

Make you Peck’s Lake Tour reservation by clicking here.




a sign on a beach

A bicycle ride along A1A, with the glittering Atlantic Ocean providing a cooling breeze and a picturesque backdrop, is a fantastic photo memory.

A popular photo stop is the Juno Beach Park Fishing Pier, the 990-foot-long wooden walkway above the waves. The pier offers scenic views of sealife, boaters and surfers on both sides.

Looking for a fabulous place to take photos of rockets launching from Cape Kennedy? Try the pier.

To register for a historical Jupiter waterfront bicycle tour, click here.



Finish your  LOVE STREET OUTDOOR CENTER bicycle tour along the historic, beautiful Jupiter waterfront at the Jupiter Promenade overlooking the iconic Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse.

Our 90-minute tour starts with a stop at historic DuBois Park. Your guide will tell you about Jupiter’s role in the Civil War. Malaria. Powerful storms. The Seminole Wars. Confederate blockade runners. Union gunboats patrolling offshore. German U-boats and submarines off Jupiter during WW II. U.S. Military radar station in the inlet.

The 105-step tower was officially lighted on July 10, 1860.

The lighthouse — open daily except holidays — can be seen on a clear night up to 25 miles out to sea.

Standing with the bright, red brick lighthouse is a happy photo finish for your tour.

To register for a historical Jupiter waterfront bicycle tour, click here.

Contact the local leader in Outdoor Adventure — Go to Jupiter Outdoor Center at