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THINGS TO DO IN JUPITER – 5 Fun Family Easter Events


Things To Do in Jupiter


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Take the family for a leisurely sightseeing tour past the Jupiter Lighthouse, up the Intracoastal, Indian River or Fullerton Island. Watch for manatees, turtles and other wildlife while enjoying the beautiful tropical water. Enjoy the beautiful blue waters of the Jupiter coast and its surrounding areas.

Watch for different wildlife that call these waters home – manatee, turtles and many others. Bring your own food or drink on board to enjoy as we cruise. Hear about all the local history and celebrity homes from our friendly and knowledgeable captains.

Pack some snacks, lunch and drinks while cruising the beautiful tropical waters. Have your own happy hour aboard the Love Boat!

Reservations are recommended for your things to do in Jupiter tour. To make one, click here. Want a private boat tour? No problem. We’ll set it up for you.



Samuel Armas, Imani standing on top of a grass covered field

(Photo/Charlie & Joe’s)

Hop into Love Street for the Easter egg hunt and a visit by the Easter Bunny at the Heart of Love Street, otherwise known as Charlie’s and Joe’s at Love Street.

The hunt is planned Easter Sunday from 3 p.m. – 6 p.m.

For adults, a Happy — OK, we won’t say hoppy — Hour is planned at Lucky Shuck and Topside restaurants during the same time as the egg hunt.

Got Easter Ears? Wear them and get in the spirit of this fun things to do in Jupiter adventure.



The boarding animal

A potluck Easter in Riverbend Park/Loxahatchee River Battlefield Park  is planned for Sunday starting at noon at Picnic Island.

Participants should bring their own dish, music, Frisbee, Easter-inspired outfits, bubbles, games and prepare for laughter and fun at this things to do in Jupiter event.

Bring colored eggs for the hunt. Or painted rocks.




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Swaying palm trees, diving pelicans, paddle boarders skimming across the clear Jupiter Inlet waters, the bright red lighthouse against the blue sky, manatees and sea turtles coming up for a gulp of air — welcome to the Jupiter waterfront!

If you want a little history, check out the DuBois Pioneer Home at nearby DuBois Park.

Check out the history of shipwrecks off Jupiter at the anchor statue at the foot of the jetty at DuBois Park.

Like railroads? Learn about the Celestial Railroad, which had space-age stopping points at Jupiter, Venue and Mars during it’s short life in the 1890s. There’s a plaque in front of Guanabana’s restaurant.

Bicycle tours are available to visit all the local sights for this things to do in Jupiter adventure. For a bicycle tour reservation with LOVE STREET OUTDOOR CENTER, click here.




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The pier — all 990 feet of it — is a fantastic place to hear, see, feel and smell the power of the Atlantic Ocean.

Strollers, fishers, tourists, locals, photographers, dreamers, bird watchers — the pier is a fun getaway during a bustling holiday on your things to do in Jupiter list.

The pier is open daily from sunrise to sunset. Walkers can stroll the pier for $1. To fish, it’s $4 for adults. Fishers under 12 years old pay $2.

Parking is free in the lot on the west side of A1A.

The pier has been managed by the Loggerhead Marinelife Center since 2014.


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