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Jupiter Cruises 

Manatees, Sea Turtles, Great Blue Herons – Are We Still in Jupiter?


a bird standing on a branch (Photos/Video: Bill DiPaolo)

Take leisurely Jupiter cruises — night or day — with friends and family and explore the natural paradise of the ice-clear Jupiter Inlet waterways.

Besides wildlife, there’s breathtaking views of our famous Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse. Thick mangroves line the shore. Birds, manatees, tropical fish and sea turtles are regular visitors.

Your LOVE STREET OUTDOOR CENTER guide will point celebrity homes and other sites to give you an unforgettable journey on this things to do in Jupiter adventure.


Love Street? Where Did That Name Come From?

a person in a pool of water

Is the moniker of the road in Jupiter’s Inlet Village an outcropping from a song by Jim Morrison and The Doors?

Is it named after a road in the Haight-Ashbury district in San Francisco, a famous hippie hangout during the 1960s?

Your LOVE STREET OUTDOOR CENTER bicycle tour guide will explore the history of the road on your 90-minute pedaling adventure.

To book a tour, click here.

You’ll ride through beautiful DuBois Park, and listen to the whoosh of the tide flowing through one of South Florida’s most narrow — and beautiful — inlets.

Your Jupiter cruises guide will fill you in about shipwrecks of Spanish galleons beginning in the 1600s off Jupiter at the the shipwreck statue at the foot of the rocky jetty.

Watch fishermen on the jetty pull in snook, sheepshead, jacks and kingfish during your things to do in Jupiter adventure.

You’ll park your bike for a look at the DuBois Pioneer Home, a 1898-built structure atop of a Native American shell rock midden. The house was built by one of Jupiter’s most notable pioneer families.

Jupiter, Mars, Venus, Juno — ever wonder where these North Palm Beach County town and street names come from?

HINT: They have to do with the Celestial Railroad. Your tour guide has the details.

And finally a stop at the Lighthouse Promenade for a beautiful selfie-perfect look at the Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse, right next door to Charlie & Joe’s at — where else? — Love Street.


Full Moon Jupiter Cruises With Love Street Outdoor Center

a clock tower on a cloudy day

Shove off just before sunset and watch the full moon rise over the Jupiter Inlet.

To book a tour, click here.

You and up to five of your friends will enjoy a guided tour leaving and coming back from Charlie & Joe’s at Love Street.

Your Love Street Outdoor Center guide will point out the celestial sites, historic buildings and wildlife on your Jupiter cruises.


How ‘Bout a little Mini-Golf?

a sign on a pole

Cool afternoons and evenings are a fabulous time to get outdoors and shoot 18 holes at Lighthouse Cove Adventure Golf.

There are two locations, one in Abacoa and the other on A1A at the entrance to DuBois Park.

Both courses are open seven days a week.

Don’t forget to order your favorite beverage while golfing during your things to do in Jupiter event.

There’s also food and ice cream.


Fishing Off the Juno Pier

a person sitting on a bench next to a body of water

For beginner fishers, there’s no better way to learn about salt water fishing than making your first casts off a pier.

You don’t need a boat.

You won’t get seasick.

All you need is a fishing rod, bait, gloves and a bucket.

You can stay out an hour or all day. Fishing is $4 for adults and $2 for children 12 and under.

The 990-foot-long pier, managed by Loggerhead Marinelife Center, is open daily from sunrise to sunset.

Another great things to do in Jupiter adventure.

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