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Pon-Tiki Jupiter

Sunken Spanish galleons underneath the Jupiter Inlet, graceful sandhill cranes in the sky, the Wild & Scenic Loxahatchee River, pristine Fullerton Island, our historic waterfront – join LOVE STREET OUTDOOR CENTER to explore what makes Jupiter Jupiter.

Join us for a guided tour or push off on your own — there’s something for everyone to see regardless of your age or water ability.

Our expert guides know all the. nooks and crannies — give us a call and we’ll show you Jupiter at its outdoor best on Pon-Tiki Jupiter!


Jupiter cruise can enhance your enjoyment

(Photos/Video: Bill DiPaolo)

Clear waters, manatees, sea birds and a relaxing boat ride are waiting for you at Love Street Outdoor Center, located on the dock at Charlie and Joe’s at Love Street on the beautiful Jupiter Inlet and Intracoastal Waterway.

Click here to make a reservation for your Pon-Tiki Jupiter cruise.

We also offer private tours. Birthdays, anniversaries, moonlight, sunset, sight-seeing — just ask, LOVE STREET OUTDOOR CENTER will fit your Jupiter cruise needs.

Your LOVE STREET OUTDOOR CENTER boat captain will help you spot manatees, sea turtles, great blue herons, spoonbills and other wildlife on your Pon-Tiki Jupiter tour.

And you’ll see the homes where famous athletes and celebrities live along the waterway.

So grab a beverage and hop aboard while you wait for your table at Charlie and Joe’s.

LOVE STREET OUTDOOR CENTER boats for this Pon-Tiki Jupiter cruise are open daily.


a group of people riding on the back of a boat in the water

The Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse is straight ahead when you shove off in a kayak or stand-up paddle board from Sawfish Bay, a mangrove-surrounded public park.

LOVE STREET OUTDOOR CENTER expert Pon-Tiki Jupiter boat guides can help you spot manatees, sea turtles, birds and tropical fish.

Or you can paddle out on your own Pon-Tiki Jupiter cruise adventure.

Either way, you’re in for a fantastic time.

Sign up here for a tour.

We’ll meet you at the park with kayaks, stand-up paddle boards, life vests and paddles.

JUPITER OUTDOOR CENTER will meet you when you return to retrieve the equipment.

Oh yes. Parking is free at Sawfish Bay.



Paddle board to jupiter light house

You and up to six passengers will enjoy a leisurely 3-hour round trip narrated sightseeing cruise past the Historic Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse and the estates of the rich and famous on Jupiter Island en route to Peck’s Lake.

Upon arrival at halfway point your guide will lead an easy paddle board adventure from the mother ship to a beautiful beach at Peck’s Lake.

All ages and skill levels are welcome on your Pon-Tiki Jupiter cruise. Possible viewing of dolphins, manatees and shore birds on this  Pon-Tiki Jupiter cruise.

Register for a tour here.



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The historic Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse, the turquoise waters of the Jupiter Inlet, tropical birds, sea  turtles, manatees — they are all out there when you take a walk along the waterfront near LOVE STREET OUTDOOR CENTER.

And don’t forget to stop at Charlie & Joe’s on Love Street, Jupiter’s latest outdoor dining destination.

Jupiter bike riding
Want to bike through Riverbend Park, but don’t want to deal with the hassle of transporting your own bike?
Contact JUPITER OUTDOOR CENTER to bicycle at Riverbend Park at or call 561-747-0063 for a fun things to do in Jupiter adventure.
JUPITER OUTDOOR CENTER  also rents watercraft for Jupiter Inlet waterways or Loxahatchee River tours.
Check out our Historic Jupiter Bicycle Tour along our historic waterfront hugging the turquoise Atlantic Ocean here.
a large tall tower with a clock on the side of Nauset Light

The Civil War. Malaria. Powerful storms. The Third Seminole War. 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 history of the Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse is not boring.

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

Local confederate sympathizers disabled the light, which remained dark throughout the Civil War.

The lighthouse was lit again on June 28, 1866.

The lighthouse — open daily except holidays — has remained an active aid to navigation ever since.

On a clear night, the light can be seen up to 25 miles out to sea.

Ask your Lover Strtter Outdoor Center guide for more lighthouse details on this Pon-Tiki Jupiter adventure.

Sign up here for a Pon-Tiki Jupiter cruise.


a close up of a street sign in front of a palm tree          a street lined with palm trees and a building in the background

For more THINGS TO DO IN JUPITER, check out our blog here.