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Things To Do in Jupiter – 5 Cool Outdoor Paddling Stops

Things To Do in Jupiter Life vests, paddles, kayaks, stand-up paddle boards — JUPITER OUTDOOR CENTER will bring it all out and meet you at Sawfish Bay Park or other locations for your water adventure. JOC guides can either take you for a tour or you can paddle out on the pristine waterways on your…

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October 8, 2021

Things To Do in Jupiter – Rain or Shine, 5 Outdoor Labor Day Events

THINGS TO DO IN JUPITER CRUISE & DINE Step aboard the 27-foot PonTiki for a boat tour on Jupiter Inlet’s pristine waterways when you visit Charlie + Joe’s at Love Street, operated by NFL icon Joe Namath and his pal Charlie Modica in the beautiful Jupiter Inlet Village. The cruise operated by Love Street Outdoor…

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September 2, 2021

Jupiter Outdoor Center says thank you to our veterans

Jupiter Outdoor Center wants to show our appreciation to our neighbors who have served and who are serving in the military service. Active duty personnel and veterans can take out a canoe, kayak or bicycle for free from JOC at Riverbend Park all day on Veterans Day, Nov. 11, 2019. Please bring military proof of…

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October 25, 2019

Labor Day Weekend

With Labor Day Weekend around the corner, many may be looking for some fun activities to celebrate their hard work!! Here are some of the local ways you can spend your holiday weekend: Friday, September 1st- Parents Night Out at the South Florida Science Center: From 6 to 10 p.m., children ages 4 to 12 are invited to the center for a visit to the reptile lab where they will learn all about alligators and other reptiles, participate in a turtle shell craft, and explore the center and its popular current exhbit, “Eww! What’s Eating You?”. Cost is $30 per child, and each additional child is $15. For information, call 561-832-2026. The museum is at 4801 Dreher Trail North in West Palm Beach. Kids Free Labor Day Weekend at The Palm Beach Zoo: (Sep. 1st-4th, 2017) To celebrate all of South Florida’s hard-working…

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August 28, 2017

The Time of My Life

High tide is when the moon pushes water from the ocean in towards shore. This influx of water rushes into jetty’s and channels along the coasts, causing many fish and other wildlife to come in towards the shore. High tide is the best time to fish, snorkel, and kayak for the most clarity and sightings. This is…

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July 6, 2017

Fullerton Island: Jupiter’s Hidden Gem

Once proposed for luxury properties, Fullerton Island was 12 acres of prime Jupiter real estate ready to be sold to the highest bidder. Fullerton Island is a piece of land right off Jupiter’s Sawfish Bay Park that remained vacant for many years over legal disputes. Before 2013, the island was infested with invasive species and required…

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June 14, 2017

The Manatees Return to Jupiter – Daily Manatee Tours Offer a Unique Experience

Jupiter, FL–The Jupiter Outdoor Center, 1116 Love Street, Jupiter, FL 33477, hosts guided tours of the Jupiter Inlet Aquatic Preserve, where visitors can explore the ecology of the mangrove lined waterways, and search for the magnificent manatees that abound in our waters during this time of year. “Early sailors and explorers thought that these creatures…

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December 18, 2013

JOC Logo Contest

  Over the years the Jupiter Outdoor Center has had many “looks” and different logos. Below you will find some of the previous years logos and designs. We all have a favorite and love the artistic look to each of them, however we are ready to have a new fresh look for Fall. We would…

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August 17, 2013

Experience the Wild and Scenic Loxahatchee River by Kayak

The Wild and Scenic Loxahatchee River is an amazing untouched natural wonder located right here in Jupiter, Florida, and will allow those lucky enough to kayak down its waters a glimpse into how Florida looked thousands, if not tens of thousands, of years ago. In 1985 the river was the first waterway in Florida to…

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January 5, 2013

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