Overview of Parks and Beaches Near Jupiter Inlet Colony

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Living in Jupiter Inlet Colony means you never have a shortage of beautiful weather and outdoor activities to enjoy. Sand and surf is what you will eat, sleep, and breathe here. Many people live in Jupiter Inlet Colony, and never explore beyond their beautiful private area. This is rather unfortunate because there are a ton of gorgeous parks and beaches in the area worth checking out. Below is a list of a few of the closest ones, but there are plenty more throughout Palm Beach County.

  • Coral Cove – There is more than 2,600 feet of beach front at Coral Cove, including 600 feet that is guarded. Saltwater fishing and surfing are permitted outside of the guarded area. Coral Cove also offers picnic areas with grills, a playground, and restrooms with showers. This is one of the best places to watch a sunset, and if you like to snorkel or dive, this beach is known for its abundance of sea turtles and eels, as well as a diverse assortment of fish around the reefs and rocks.
  • Carlin Park – This 120-acre beach boasts 3,100 feet of guarded frontage. There are also multiple playgrounds, picnic areas, and bocce courts. To work up a sweat you will appreciate the 20-station exercise course, tennis courts, and volleyball nets. There is even a small café here named the Lazy Loggerhead.
  • DuBois Park – This is a smaller beach, but it is loved for its emerald-colored snorkeling lagoon. Non-motorized boats are permitted, and there are picnic areas and a playground.
  • Dyer Park – Exercise enthusiasts love Dyer Park. There is a 4.9-mile bike path and  7.1 miles of mountain bike trails. There is also canoeing and kayaking access, as well as basketball courts and baseball fields.
  • Juno Park – Everyone loves Juno Beach, but don’t forget about Juno Park. There is a nice nature area, kayaking access, saltwater fishing, picnic areas, and boat launching.
  • Jupiter Beach – Without a doubt you will want to spend some time at Jupiter Beach. There are 1,700 feet of guarded beach frontage and palm trees galore. You can almost always find a game of volleyball going on to join in.
  • Loggerhead Park – Named after the turtles that nest here, Loggerhead Park has a beautiful nature trail and 900 feet of guarded frontage.
  • Peanut Island Park – Peanut Island Park at Riviera Beach is a special treat to go to. Pack enough food and water because there are no concessions on the island. You can get there via water taxi or your own boat. This is a favorite spot for fishing on the pier.
  • Phil Foster Park – Also at Riviera Beach is this small park that happens to have some fantastic snorkeling opportunities. You can launch non-motorized and motorized vessels here, and this is a great spot for a picnic.
  • Riverbend Park – Saving the best for last, Riverbend Park stretches 665 glorious acres and offers a little something for everyone. There are 10 miles of biking/hiking trails and 7 miles of equestrian trails. You can rent bikes, canoes, and kayaks at the concession stand, and the park offers one of the few freshwater fishing opportunities in the area.


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