THINGS TO DO IN JUPITER: VIBRANT VIEWS OF JUPITER LIGHTHOUSE
THINGS TO DO IN JUPITER
ONLY FROM A WATERCRAFT
Get this sunset view when you take a night boat tour with Love Street Outdoor Center.
Your Love Street Outdoor Center tour guide will take you for a 60 or 30 minute tour on the clear waters of the Jupiter Inlet. Manatees, tropical birds, sea turtles and more are regular visitors.
VIEW FROM THE PON-TIKI
Step aboard the Pon Tiki on a cruise past the historic Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse & Museum on the pristine Jupiter Inlet waterways. Manatees, sea turtles and tropical birds are regular visitors.
Tours leave regularly from Charlie & Joe’s at Love Street.
Ask about LOVE STREET OUTDOOR CENTER’S private tours.
Got an idea for a things to do in Jupiter tour? Tell us, we’ll make it happen.
Make your online reservation by going to lovestreetoutdoorcenter.com or call 561-501-9222.
THE HEARTBEAT OF JUPITER
That’s the lighthouse in the distance from Sawfish Bay.
The bay was used when Henry Flagler was building his railroad in the early 1900s from Jacksonville to Key West.
The railroad connected Jupiter, then a tiny river community, to Jacksonville and the rest of the northeast United States.
That’s the Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse straight ahead in your things to do in Jupiter tour.
On your quick and easy paddle to the lighthouse, be on the lookout for sea turtles, manatees, starfish and other wildlife.
GORGEOUS LIGHTHOUSE VIEW FROM CHARLIE & JOE’S AT LOVE STREET
Enjoy an exciting view of Jupiter’s Lighthouse while dining at Charlie & Joe’s at Love Street.
A fabulous things to do in Jupiter way to entertain your friends and enjoy the best of outdoor Jupiter.
UP CLOSE & PERSONAL
As you paddle by the historic lighthouse in your things to do in Jupiter adventure, impress your companions with these Lighthouse facts:
- First lit July 10, 1860
- The Lighthouse is 156 feet high
- There are 105 steps inside to the top of the lighthouse
- On a clear night, the lighthouse can be seen from about 25 miles out by a ship at sea
- The lighthouse is lit by a 1,000 watt, 120 volt, GE quartz-iodine bulb socketed in a lamp changer with an identical spare.