Jupiter Outdoor Center Blog

Are you up for the Trapper Nelson Challenge at Jupiter Outdoor Center?

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Anyone adventurous enough to take the Trapper Nelson Challenge is following – make that paddling – in the path of one of Jupiter’s most famous and mysterious residents. Your six-mile voyage on the Loxahatchee River to the Jupiter Inlet relives the weekly trip for supplies taken by the Legend of the Loxahatchee in the early…

Come try out our new bicycles at Jupiter Outdoor Center

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  Shiny new bicycles – beach cruisers and some with fat tires – are coming to Jupiter Outdoor Center at Riverbend Park. The two dozen new two-wheelers should be available for rent starting around Memorial Day. The new bicycles include beach cruisers for kids and adults. Bicycles with the big, fat tires — almost five…

Pack and Paddle

Bernadette and Jack Wright were the happy winners of a Jupiter Outdoor Center $50 gift certificate at Monday night’s raffle held by the Palm Beach Pack and Paddle Club. Money raised at the raffle held at the Nature Center in Okeeheelee Park will be used to send children to nature camps this summer at Pine…

Summer Camp Press Release

Press Release Jupiter Outdoor Center 5/16/2019   REGISTRATION OPEN FOR SUMMER CAMP AT JUPITER OUTDOOR CENTER   Snorkeling in the Indian River, bicycling at Riverbend Park, kayaking, stand up paddle boarding, surfing, fishing and skim boarding – along with visits to the Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse and the River Center — are some of activities children…

10 Interesting facts about Sawfish Bay

10 interesting things about Sawfish Bay Park:   The First Settlers. Native Americans about 5,000 years ago first settled the Sawfish Bay area, where the Loxahatchee River meets the Jupiter Inlet. The waterways were their highway system in and out of the Florida Everglades. The Heartbeat of Jupiter. That’s what Sawfish Bay was known as…