Jupiter’s community is deeply rooted in the outdoors, and is known for its golfing and stunning beaches enjoyed by locals and tourists alike. Being the northernmost town in Palm Beach County, Jupiter is engulfed with tropical trees and lush landscaping that line the streets of its many communities.
The perfect mix of atmosphere and life outdoors
An infectious outdoor lifestyle
Traditional Florida homes with a flair
The relaxing atmosphere of waterfront views and breathtaking remote beaches
The Loxahatchee River draws in residents who desire to live alongside waterways that lead out to the Atlantic ocean. This chain of riverside homes offers lush landscaping and many homes feature easy access to the inlet for world class sportfishing and boating. Locals can be found inside the inlet waterways on any given weekend hanging around the Loxahatchee Sandbar or the Tequesta Sandbar just up the way. Restaurants line the intracoastal and offer fantastic views and dining for those arriving by boat or by car. You’ll find locals at Utiki, 1000 North, and Square Grouper grabbing a nice cold drink after hitting the water all day
From world-class golf courses to fishing, this town has plenty to offer for water and nature enthusiasts. Paddle boarding and kayaking are popular ways for Jupiter residents to explore the Intracoastal Waterway during high or low tide. An active lifestyle and the nearness of the water flow through the core of the people who call Jupiter home. Even while on the golf course, you’ll see water as a focal point on many of the carefully groomed courses that surround Jupiter.
Many attributes make Jupiter an attractive place to visit or call home, but the wide-stretch beaches and local lifestyle are the real glue of the city. Jupiter is one of the only areas that has a large stretch of beach that allows you to bring your furry friends along for a beautiful evening stroll. After a full day of playing golf or catching dinner offshore, you’ll find families centered around the dinner table. The town is filled with quintessential local restaurants like Leftovers and Guanabanas. Any of the restaurants along the Loxahatchee waterway will provide you with a picturesque view of the sunset and the lighthouse, which is a historical landmark from the 1860s.
Many of these homes in the Jupiter area have a uniqueness to them. There are infamous homes along the Loxahatchee River that line the waterways out to the Atlantic. There are also plenty of golf communities with mansions that make up the luscious private golf courses like the Bear’s Club. From modern tropical to Spanish-style homes you’ll find a home of every style in Jupiter. Jupiter isn’t just for the ocean/beach loving residents. We have a very large area of about 16 square miles, Jupiter Farms, where people can own many acres of land in a country style community. A lot of these residents have horses, barns, or other farm animals to enjoy a completely different kind of lifestyle while still only a short drive to the beaches and ocean. Houses in the Farms range from modest homes to multi-million dollar estates.
Jupiter is the pinnacle of outdoor activity living in Palm Beach County. The ability to get lost in the outdoors and enjoy the Florida lifestyle has no limits in Jupiter. From residential streets to waterfront mega mansions, Jupiter has a perfect place for everyone.