Attractions

State Park in Jupiter & Jupiter Island

Jonathan Dickinson State Park

With almost 11,500 acres to explore, this is an excellent state park between US Hwy 1 and the Loxahatchee River. There's no ocean access in the park, but its attraction lies in its several habitats: pine flatwoods, …
Wildlife Reserve in Jupiter & Jupiter Island

Hobe Sound National Wildlife Refuge

A 1091-acre federally protected nature sanctuary, Hobe Sound has two sections: a small slice on the mainland, opposite the Jonathan Dickinson State Park; and the refuge grounds at the northern end of Jupiter Island.…
Lighthouse in Jupiter & Jupiter Island

Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse

Built in 1860, this historic lighthouse hasn't missed a night of work in more than 100 years and is among the oldest lighthouses on the Atlantic coast. Visitors can climb the 105 steps to view the surrounding area a…
Nature Reserve in Jupiter & Jupiter Island

Blowing Rocks Preserve

This preserve encompasses a mile-long limestone outcrop riddled with holes, cracks and fissures. When the tide is high and there's a strong easterly wind (call for conditions), water spews up as if from a geyser. (A…
Stadium in Jupiter & Jupiter Island

Roger Dean Stadium

It may not be a 'nature' activity, but an afternoon here will get you outdoors. This small but immaculate stadium is home to spring-training action for the Miami Marlins, the St Louis Cardinals and various minor-lea…