PADDLE BOARD – Whether you just want to go paddle boarding for the day, take a lesson or sign up for paddle yoga – it is all accessible around Jupiter Inlet there are several places on the Intracoastal and on US1 south of DuBois Park that can get you set up to explore the interior Jupiter Inlet lagoons, Loxahatchee River with wildlife and the Jupiter sandbar, the Tequesta Intracoastal sandbar and of course the ocean. Individual and group paddling available.
Paddleboarding also known as stand up paddle surfing (SUP), stand up paddle boarding or ‘Hoe he’e nalu’ in Hawaiian uses paddles to move ahead. It is an ancient form of surfing that has become popular again as a way to travel long distances on a long surf board. It is easy to learn and offers a great workout. Amateurs often start by kneeling on the board which is slightly wider than a standard surfboard.
River paddle boarding is becoming popular as it requires skill and agility to navigate. It is a fun surfing sport that doesn’t rely on high or low tides.
It is very popular in Jupiter and Tequesta around the Jupiter Inlet both on the Intracoastal and Loxahatchee River and even on the ocean for advanced paddlers.
Jupiter to Palm Beach FL Lifestyles and Things To Do
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.
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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.