The town of Jupiter spans from the Atlantic Ocean west to highway I-95. Home to numerous local attractions and activities, Jupiter also has 3.4 miles of beaches and an average water temperature of 78 degrees, making the area particularly popular for water sports. At the Jupiter Inlet, residents and visitors alike frequent the Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse, which is a newly restored WWII building and a landmark 1860 lighthouse. Running along the eastern shoreline of the Intracoastal Waterway from the Jupiter Inlet south to the Jupiter Ridge Natural Area is Riverwalk. The Riverwalk is a 2.5 mile scenic stretch ideal for walking, biking, or observing marine and upland wildlife including manatees, stingrays, and a variety of fish and birds. Jupiter also has Roger Dean Stadium, which is the only baseball stadium in Florida that hosts two Major League Baseball teams annually for spring training. Residents enjoy a relaxed aquatic lifestyle in the peaceful and serene surroundings of Jupiter, Florida.
Notable communities include Admiral’s Cove, Jonathan’s Landing, The Bear’s Club, The Ritz Carlton, Islands of Jupiter, Jupiter Country Club, Jupiter Oceanfront Condos, Abacoa, Jupiter Yacht Club, The Bluffs, Tequesta Country Club, and the Loxahatchee Club.