THINGS TO DO IN JUPITER – ENJOY LONG, COOL APRIL DAYS
Things To Do in Jupiter
The last breezy April days and nights are lingering as summer approaches.
Twilight cruises on Jupiter Inlet waterways are a serene way to end the day. Sun set or the moon rise tours are available at LOVE STREET OUTDOOR CENTER. Our expert guide will show you all the sites as you relax in our tour boat that departs and returns behind Charlie and Joe’s at Love Street.
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“I can’t believe how beautiful the ocean is here!”
So said Linda, who this week took a bicycle tour with LOVE STREET OUTDOOR CENTER.
We started at picturesque DuBois Park, and took in the views of the Lighthouse, the waterfront homes in Jupiter Inlet Colony, the historic DuBois House and the boats navigating through the waves whoosing through the Jupiter Inlet. We pedaled south toward the Juno Beach Pier, alongside the turquoise-blue Atlantic Ocean.
LOVE STREET OUTDOOR CENTER offers bicycle tours to custom fit your liking.
Learn about mangroves and manatees?
History of the Celestial Railroad?
Where do sea turtles nest?
Ride along the beach?
And how did LOVE STREET get that name?
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Relish the cool evening April breezes with a round of mini golf course at Lighthouse Cove Adventure Golf, walking distance from DuBois Park in Jupiter.
The 18 or 36 hole course features sea life, boats, waterfalls, caves and more. Follow up your game with dinner at the Burger Shack and ice cream from 3 Scoops.
Don’t forget to order your favorite beverage while golfing. Lighthouse Cove staff will deliver drinks (including beer and wine) to your exact location on the links.
A great things in Jupiter adventure.
Late afternoons on the Juno Beach Pier is a fabulous way to finish your Jupiter day — and see what Jupiter is all about.
Stepping out on the wooden planks, above the blue-green ocean waters, you can feel, smell and almost touch the salty breeze. Check out the boaters nearby, trying to net some baitfish. Colorful kiteboarders are leaping and surfing on the waves. Fishermen along the pier are hauling in snook, pompano, bluefish, cobia, kingfish and more.
Those pooches prancing on the beach to the north? That’s Jupiter’s gift to hound owners. Between beach markers #26 and #57, the 2.5-mile stretch is known to locals as Dog Beach, one of the few remaining dog-friendly beaches in Florida.
For more details on the Juno Beach Pier, which is managed by the Loggerhead Marinelife Center, click here.
With the sun drooping in the sky, boats floating by the Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse, the cool evening breeze wafting in and sweet smells from the restaurants at Charlie and Joe’s at Love Street, a walk along the Jupiter Inlet is a great way to show off Jupiter to your friends.
If you’re feeling a little adventurous, walk to DuBois Park and check out the monument to shipwrecks at the foot of the jetty. Or stroll across A1A in front of Guanabanas near the Town Marina, where there’s a plaque explaining the history of the Celestial Railroad, a fun stop ion your things to do in Jupiter tour.
Or just grab a park bench seat along the Lighthouse Promenade, and watch the watery world go by.