Jupiter Beach Park

Sandy beach
400 Ocean Trail Way, Jupiter, FL 33477, USA
406 miles from Panama City Beach, FL
Water quality
Grades suggested by our reviewer
Water Quality
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Beach amenities

  • WCPublic restrooms nearby
  • RestaurantsF&B places nearby
  • LifeguardsLifeguard on duty
  • ParkingCar parking nearby
  • ShowerPublic showers available
  • Public grillsGrills or fire pits
  • Picnic tablesPicnic benches available
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About this beach

Warnings and hazards

Fishing and surfing are not allowed in the dedicated swimming areas.

The use of balloons is prohibited.

Located on the south side of the Jupiter Inlet, Jupiter Beach Park offers plenty of shady green areas and 1,700 feet of beautiful beach frontage supervised by professional lifeguards. The beach is clean and rarely gets crowded – a nice place to relax in the sun with your family or by yourself.

Location and Access

Jupiter Beach Park is located at 1375 Jupiter Beach Road in Jupiter, Florida. It’s a 2.5-hour drive from Orlando. The park is open from sunrise to sundown but inlet fishing in the area is allowed at any time of day and night. The beach is public so entrance is free. There is a parking lot patrolled by the police. Parking is free but limited so it’s better to arrive early.


Jupiter Beach Park features all necessary amenities including restrooms and outdoor showers. Beach surf wheelchairs are available – please contact the beach lifeguards for getting one.

If you want to have a picnic, bring your favorite food and arrive early to occupy one of the picnic tables with BBQ grills in the picnic area. There is a big pavilion for rent. There are also some local restaurants just a short drive away.

The park’s jetty operates 24 hours per day and is said to be a nice fishing spot.

Swimming Conditions

The beach is rather shallow. Swimming is mostly relaxing and safe – there are designated swimming areas where fishing and surfing are not permitted. Great news for kids – there is a pool area supplied with natural saltwater where little ones can swim and play.

There are lifeguards on duty, which contributes to the safety of your beach experience. However, always use caution and watch your children.

Other Activities

If you would like to add some active recreation to your beach day, you can play beach volleyball on-site – there is a sand court available. Fishing is allowed 24 hours per day and is going to be an easy and enjoyable experience in the area along the jetty and pier.

Snorkeling is another popular activity – the water is crystal clear. Once you are tired of everything, you can just sit in front of the ocean and watch the boats go in and out of the inlet.

Driving Time

  • 40 minutes from Port St. Lucie, FL
  • 1 hour 10 minutes from Fort Lauderdale, FL
  • 1 hour 45 minutes from Miami, FL

Hotels and rentals

If you're considering staying for one or even a few nights, there are plenty of options available near the beach. Chose your preferred accomodation type and your favourite room provider:

Beaches nearby

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Jupiter Beach Park videos

Drone Fishing In Jupiter Florida
A fantastic video of fishing on the island with some aerial views of the territory
Jupiter Beach Park And Dubois Inlet
A picturesque video of the beach and of the inlet

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Beach map and directions
The beach is located in Jupiter, Florida 400 Ocean Trail Way, Jupiter, FL 33477, USA (Open on Google Maps)
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Reviewed on: February 1, 2020