Jump into Jupiter
From climbing high atop the lighthouse to kayaking the rivers, Jupiter has a delightful appeal.
The Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse is the most historic building in The Palm Beaches – and the view is timeless. The red-brick lighthouse stands 105 feet into the sky, atop a 46-foot hill overlooking Jupiter Inlet. Climb up to see the Atlantic Ocean coastline or boats cruising the Intracoastal Waterway.
Back on the ground, Riverbend Park welcomes you to hike where Seminole Indian War battles once waged. This is the jumping-off point to traverse the Wild and Scenic Loxahatchee River – one of only two such nationally designated rivers in Florida. From there, go on to native habitats via kayak or canoe via the nearly 40-mile Jupiter Waterway Trail.
Jupiter is also about sidewalk dining, weekly events, and live concerts at Abacoa Town Center and Harbourside Place. If baseball is your thing, Roger Dean Stadium is the Spring Training home for St. Louis Cardinals and Miami Marlins. You can also catch Broadway shows on their national tour or works from new playwrights at the Maltz Jupiter Theater.