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Boating Jupiter Inlet Intracoastal in Palm Beach County

BOATS – Boating Jupiter is easily accessible either from private docks, marinas, boat storage facilities, boat rental or public launch ramps such as Burt Reynold’s Park on US1. Once out on the water there are many options for places to see and things to do.

FEATURED BOATING COMMUNITIES (Jupiter Florida Real Estate) –

Admirals Cove, Islands of Jupiter, Jonathans Landing, Jupiter Harbour, Jupiter Inlet Colony, Jupiter Yacht Club and Tequesta Country Club

JUPITER AND TEQUESTA WATERWAYS

Loxahatchee River – At Jupiter Inlet, as you go west of the Intracoastal and the railroad it becomes the Loxahatchee River with Jupiter sandbar, wide open waters and smaller forks.  The North fork of the Loxahatchee Inlet allows access to the river flowing through Jonathan Dickinson State Park where you can see alligators and other local wildlife. This part of the river is popular for fishing, kayaking and canoeing.

Intracoastal Waterway (ICW) – The ICW jogs to the northeast as it crosses the Jupiter Inlet and becomes a channel between Jupiter Island and Tequesta.

Atlantic Ocean via Jupiter Inlet – Easy access for diving, sports fishing and cruising.

BOATING LICENSE –

Everyone under the age of 22 planning to operate a boat or personal watercraft with 10+ horsepower a required to have a Boating Safety Education ID. See Boaterexam.com and Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission.

BOAT REGISTRATION

Palm Beach County Vessel Registration 

BOAT RENTALS

Jupiter Inlet Boat Rentals– (561) 741-1212
Boat and jet ski rentals. Located on Jupiter Inlet across from the Jupiter Lighthouse.

Riverbend Park, Jupiter – (561) 746-7053
Canoe and kayak rentals available Thursday – Sunday.

SALTWATER BOAT RAMPS

Bert Winters Park, Juno Beach/North Palm Beach – Just south of Donald Ross Rd off Ellison Wilson Rd.
Burt Reynold’s Park, Jupiter – East and west side of US1 just south of Jupiter Inlet.
Juno Park, Juno Beach – Between Bert Winters Park and PGA Blvd off Ellison Wilson RD. Requires advance parking permit.

BOAT SLIPS (Day-dock Only)

DuBois Park, Jupiter – 17 boat slips available for day use.

MARINAS AND BOAT SLIPS (24 Hours)

Admirals Cove Marina – (561)745-5961
Jupiter waterfront community with marina offers fuel dock and 50 private boat slips for boats up to 130′. Recently changed to accommodate bigger yachts.

Black Pearl Marina – (561) 744-2223
Small marina on US1 in Tequesta by County Line Rd aka inside the ICW sandbar in Tequesta. Shipstore open daily 8am-5pm.

Blowing Rocks Marina – (561) 746-3312
Wet slips up to 70′ available monthly, seasonal or annual. New 20,000 lb boat lift for dry slips. Ship store, restrooms and showers.

The Bluffs Marina – (561) 627-6688 – Bluffs Marina Boatslips for Sale
Wet slips up to 176′ boats. $3/ft/day. Minimum $120/day. Electric 50A, Cable TV, water, restrooms and WiFi.

JIB Yacht Club and Marina – (561) 746-4300 – JIB Club Docks for Sale 
$3/ft/day for day slips. Monthly and seasonal dockage for vessels up to 90′. Boat US members 25% discount.

Jupiter Harbour Marina – (561) 746-2793 – Protected harbor on the Jupiter Inlet between US1 and Alt A1A bridges. 35′-65′ slips for sale and lease. Some docks have been doubled up to accommodate larger boats. Boat slips individually owned.

Jupiter Pointe Club & Marina – (561) 746-2600 – Space for 500 boats including 700 ft of floating docks. Marina and boat club. Intracoastal pool and restaurant open to public.

Jupiter Yacht Club & Marina – (561) 741-3407 Jupiter Yacht Club Docks – Offering 79 boat slips for sale and rent fitting boats up to 65 ft. Electric, city water and cable TV. Walk to restaurants and shops.

Jonathan’s Landing at Casseekey Island- (561) 747-8980 – Jonathan’s Landing Jupiter Day Docks for Sale Dry storage for 352 boats up to 40 ft and wet slips up to 60 ft Jupiter Liveaboard Boatslips for Sale

JUPITER INLET FUEL DOCKS

Admirals Cove Jupiter FL Marina – (561) 745-5961

Blowing Rocks Marina – (561) 746-3312
Offering 100′ fuel dock with ethanol-free fuel and diesel.

Castaways Marina – (561) 575-0252
REC-90 and diesel fuel.

JIB Yacht Club and Marina – (561) 746-4300

Jupiter Pointe Club & Marina – (561) 746-2600 Ethanol-free, REC 90, 93% octane and diesel fuel.

Loggerhead Marina at Jonathan’s Landing–  (561) 747-8980
150′  floating dock with ValvTect 90 octane non-ethanol gasoline

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Yoga and Pilates Palm Beach County Florida

Yoga Palm Beach

YOGA – Traditional indoor activities like yoga can also be practiced outdoors in South Florida year around. You can find yoga and pilates studios and classes in every village and town between Palm Beach and Jupiter Island: West Palm Beach, North Palm Beach, Palm Beach Gardens, Juno Beach, Jupiter, Tequesta and Hobe Sound. Some community recreation centers, like Village of Tequesta, offer yoga and pilates classes for a very reasonable price. There are private lessons, group lessons, immersion courses and weekend retreats in a multitude of yogic disciplines for beginners and advanced students and practitioners as well as yoga teacher training, instruction and certification.

Yoga types – Hatha yoga, Bikram yoga, power yoga, Yin yoga, Ashtang, paddle yoga and more.

Pilates Types – Fletcher pilates, Stott pilates, power pilates, Winsor pilates and more.

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Scuba Diving Jupiter Florida

Diver Diving Coral Reef in Florida

SCUBA DIVING – There are several shops and marinas in Jupiter that sell scuba diving equipment, offer private & group charters and have scuba diving classes & PADI 5 certifications. The reefs off Jupiter Inlet, Jupiter Island, Jupiter and Juno Beach have plenty of wildlife from nurse sharks to loggerhead and leatherback turtles to tropical fish. Jupiter dive sites include Loggerhead Reef, Hole in the Wall, Captain Kurle’s Reef and local ship wrecks.

PADI Dive Courses – Scuba diving courses include PADI open water, advanced open water diver, scuba tune-up, rescue diver, deep diver, wreck diver, search and recovery diver, emergency first response diver, divemaster and instructor development. Children must be 10+ years old for scuba diving and 8+ years old for bubblemaker and seal team classes.

Jupiter 5 Star PADI Dive Centers

Jupiter Dive Center – 1001 Alt A1A #113, Jupiter, FL
Scuba Works – 351 South US Highway 1 #103, Jupiter, FL

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Baseball Jupiter Florida

Baseball at Roger Dean Stadium in Jupiter Florida

BASEBALL – Roger Dean Stadium off Donald Ross Rd in the Abacoa development of Jupiter Florida – hosts two major league baseball teams – the St Louis Cardinals and Miami Marlins for spring training. The Palm Beach Post calls it a “spring baseball utopia.”

The Jupiter baseball stadium can hold nearly 7,000 spectators. Roger Dean Stadium also hosts 4 minor league baseball teams: Jupiter Hammerheads, Palm Beach Cardinals, Gulf Coast Marlins and Gulf Coast Cardinals. In 2012, it hosted 2013 World Baseball Classic qualifying games.

Town of Jupiter and Village of Tequesta also offer baseball junior recreational, travel teams and leagues as part of the Jupiter Tequesta Athletic Association (JTAA) program.

Roger Dean Stadium Official website – For more information about Roger Dean Stadium, Jupiter Florida baseball and the Saint Louis Cardinals schedule. Several other baseball teams are planning to build stadiums for spring training in Palm Beach County – expect news in 2014 for more major league baseball in the Jupiter and Palm Beach Gardens area.

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Beaches in Jupiter, Singer Island – Palm Beach

Beach Jupiter Florida

FLORIDA BEACHES – Family fun on the beach is easy from barrier islands like Jupiter Island, Singer Island and Palm Beach to mainland beaches like Jupiter & Juno Beach. Many Palm Beach County beaches offer free parking for swimming, fishing, walking and surfing like Juno Beach and Jupiter with 3.5 miles of public beach. The Gulf Stream is not far away so the local Atlantic Ocean waters maintain a high average water temperature of 78° F (26 °C) year-around.

Jupiter Inlet Webcam – Click to view live webcam

Carlin Park, Jupiter – 400 S S. R. A1A, Jupiter
120 acres with 3,000 ft of guarded beach. Many amenities such as tennis, bocce ball, volleyball, playgrounds, exercise & running path, outdoor showers, picnic areas, restrooms, free parking & a restaurant / cafe.

Coral Cove Park, Tequesta/Jupiter Island – 1600 Beach Rd, Tequesta
31 acres with 600 ft of guarded beach & 600 ft of Intracoastal Waterway (ICW). Jupiter Island beach park next to luxury oceanfront condo offers playgrounds, surfing, kayaking & paddleboarding launch sites, fishing, bird-watching & snorkeling, free parking, outdoor showers, restrooms & picnic areas.

DuBois Park, Jupiter 19075 DuBois Rd, Jupiter
19 acres with 1,200 ft of guarded beach and a protected guarded swimming lagoon. Amenities include a fishing pier on Jupiter Inlet, free parking, restrooms, outdoor showers & picnic areas. It also hosts the historic DuBois Pioneer Home and a Native Indian mound.

John D. Mac Arthur State Park, North Palm Beach/Singer Island – 10900 Jack Nicklaus Dr
438 acres of guarded waterfront parkland between the Atlantic Ocean & Lake Worth Lagoon. Opening hours are 8am – sunset. Parking is $5/vehicle. Amenities include maritime hammock, estuary, Anastasia limestone rock reef, beach dune, gift shop, picnic pavilions, nature trails, surfing, kayaking, fishing, bird-watching & snorkeling.

Juno Beach Park, Juno Beach – 14775 US Highway 1, Juno Beach
5 acres with 300 ft of guarded beach including designated surfing area. Juno Beach is very popular with kitesurfers & surfers. It has a 990 ft fishing pier accessible by $1 donation. Also offering free parking, picnic areas, party pavilions, restrooms, outdoor showers, bait shop & snack bar.

Jupiter Beach Park, Jupiter – 1375 Jupiter Beach Rd, Jupiter
46 acres with 1,700 ft of guarded beach. Free parking, picnic tables, volleyball, restrooms, outdoor showers, fishing, surfing and more. Open sunrise to sunset.

Ocean Cay Park, Jupiter – 2188 Marcinski Rd, Jupiter
13 acres included unguarded beach across A1A. Park offers free parking, picnic pavilions & tables, playgrounds, volleyball, restrooms and more.

DOG BEACHES – Jupiter Area
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PGA National Palm Beach Gardens Golf Club

PGA National Golf Club Resort & Spa in Palm Beach Gardens FL

PGA is one of a kind gated community offering 5 golf courses, 19 har-tru tennis courts, a championship croquet club and the world class PGA National Resort and Spa. Optional club membership makes PGA National golf community attractive to single family, town house & condo home owners.

The five 18-hole golf courses are designed by Jack Nicklaus, Arnold Palmer, Tom Fazio, George Fazio and Carl Litten. The Champion Course hosts several annual events including as the PGA Tour event The Honda Classic. By popular demand Rory McIlroy and Tiger Woods will be back in 2013. Rory won first place and $6,000,000 in 2012.

There are seven restaurants and lounges including the famous iBar at the PGA National Resort & Spa.

Subdivisions Barclay Club, Bristol Club, Burwick, Canterbury, Club Cottages, Coventry, Cypress Point, Dunbar Woods, Fairway Villas, Glengary, Glenwood, Golf Villas, Heather Run, Ironwood, Lakes Condominium at Canterbury, Legends, Lexington Green, Marlwood Estates, Marlwood Townhomes, Meadowbrook, Patio Homes, Preston Court, Preston Estates Homes, Prestwick Chase, Resort Villas, Ryder Cup Villas, The Island, Thurston Estates, Villas at Thurston, Villa d’Este, Villas at Burwick, Villas of Glengary & Windermere.

Gated Subdivisions  (Championship Golf Course) –
Diamond Head, Eagleton Lakes, Eagleton Estates, Eagleton Cove, General Pointe, Grand Cay, Masters, Pinehurst, & Monterey Pointe.

PGA National Homes for Rent /PGA NATIONAL Homes for Sale
PALM BEACH GARDENS Rentals

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PGA National POA – Mandatory. Click for official website
PGA National HOAs & Management Companies – $ Varies by Subdivision. Click link for contact info
PGA National Resort & Spa – Offers events, weddings, conferences, catering, iBar, dining, Honda Classic, hotel rooms, hotel suites, spa and resort.

Club Membership  Optional. Confirm current rates directly.

Golf Membership – $42,500 (100% equity) + $10,895 family + $8,500 individual annual dues
Sports Membership – $35,000 (100% equity) +$7,530 family + $5,020 individual annual dues
Tennis Membership – $9,000 (100% equity) +$2,595 family + $2,170 individual annual dues
Social Membership – $5,000 (100% equity) +$1,945 family + $1,660 individual annual dues

Location – 10 min west of  PGA Blvd I-95 Exit #79 / Southwest of Florida Turnpike at PGA Blvd

10 min Shopping at Downtown at The Gardens, The Gardens Mall, Midtown & Legacy Place.
15 min – Jupiter, Singer Island & Juno Beach parks & beaches.
15 min – Palm Beach International Raceway & Moroso Motorsports Park.
20 min – City Place, Kravis Center & Palm Beach International Airport (PBI).
1 hour – Fort Lauderdale International Airport (FLL)
1.5 hrs – Miami International Airport (MIA)

PRIVATE & PUBLIC GOLF COURSES, Palm Beach County, FL

Restaurants: Dining Jupiter – Palm Beach Gardens

Dining in Palm Beach - Jupiter FL

RESTAURANTS – The dining options offered in Palm Beach County are truly multicultural and for all budgets. From coastal food shacks to elegant Palm Beach cuisine. Making the effort to discover what is beneath the surface will be well worthwhile!!

ZAGAT Rated Restaurants
See “Miami / South Florida 2014 edition” for current Palm Beach – Jupiter Florida Zagat restaurant ratings

Juno Beach – Captain Charlie’s Reef Grill, Kee Grill & Sushi Jo
Jupiter – Cafe des Artistes, Guanabanas,  Jetty’s, Lazy Loggerhead Cafe, Little Moir’s Food Shack, Little Moir’s Leftovers, Tabica Grill, The Bistro, Too Bizaare and Dive Bar
North Palm BeachSeasons 52
Palm Beach – Cafe Boulud, Cafe l’Europe, Chez Jean-Pierre, Palm Beach Grill, Renato’s and Ta-boo
Palm Beach Gardens – Asian Fin, Cafe Chardonnay, River House, The Capital Grille and Vic & Angelo’s
Tequesta – Evo, Gallery Grille & Hog Snappers Shack & Sushi
West Palm Beach – Cafe Sapori & Cheesecake Factory

YELP – Jupiter Florida
Great resource for local restaurants including reviews

TRIPADVISORJupiter Florida restaurants
Great resource for restaurants and travel tips

Looking for a new place to eat?
Try PGA Commons on 4500 block of PGA Blvd in Palm Beach Gardens.

Prosecco Cafe – Gelato-ria, tapas bar & prosecco bar. Breakfast, lunch & dinner.
Roccos’ Tacos  Mexican restaurant with award winning food & ambiance. Lunch & dinner.
Spoto’s Oyster Bar – Oysters, fresh fish, bouillabaisse & crab cakes. Lunch, happy hour & dinner.
Vic & Angelo’s – Coal over Italian pizza & home made pastas. Lunch & dinner.

PGA Commons Shops & Restaurants, Palm Beach Gardens, Florida

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