Things To Do in Jupiter – Clean Up & Have Fun
THINGS TO DO IN JUPITER
Town Clean Up
Join Elana and Save Smith, owners of One World Zero Waste, for a town cleanup on Saturday, Nov. 27.
Participants should meet at the business at 10 a.m. at 354 South Cypress Dr., St. #1 in Tequesta.
The phone number is 561-285-8511.
One World Zero Waste specializes in plastic-free, reusable replacements for single-use plastic.
Their items include reusable drinking straws, sandwich bags, coffee cups, and cloth diapers and napkins — all designed to be reused over time for years to come to help reduce our carbon footprint on the planet.
KAYAK AND CLEAN UP
JUPITER OUTDOOR CENTER offers a free hour-long kayak adventure along the Wild and Scenic Loxahatchee River when you agree to pick up trash on your paddle.
Make your reservation now at JOC by clicking here for the adventure on Wednesdays between 9 a.m. and noon.
Not only do you get to see the beauty of Riverbend Park, but you are contributing to keeping the area pristine for everybody else.
It’s one of many fun Things To Do in Jupiter.
Local Kids Help Clean up the Lox: Read all about it.
39 TONS AND COUNTING!
(PHOTO COURTESY OF FRIENDS OF JUPITER BEACH)
Dec. 4 from 8 a.m. – 10 a.m. is the next things to do in Jupiter beach cleanup sponsored by The Friends of Jupiter Beach..
Volunteers will collect trash on a a 2-½ mile stretch from the Juno Beach Pier to the southern edge of Carlin Park (crossovers 22-59).
After the things to do in Jupiter cleanup, enjoy a variety of breakfast foods, drinks, old & new friends and FREE PRIZES!
FJB Ambassadors educate dog owners on the dog-friendly beach rules; offer Community Service Hours to those who wish them; reach out to the Community and work with other like-spirited organizations.
Palm Beach County recognizes us as an official Adopt-a-Park organization and the Solid Waste Authority recognizes us as their OFFICIAL Adopt-A-Spot group of this stretch of Jupiter Beach.
GRAB A BUCKET!
(Photo/ Town of Jupiter)
Looking for a way to help the local environment on your next walk, park visit or trip to the beach?
Get a bucket at one of the Town’s bucket clean-up stations and make your things to do in Jupiter outdoor activities a win for you and the community.
As part of their 2021/2022 Strategic Plan, Town Council identified clean-up activities along waterfront and parks areas as one of their initiatives.
In partnership with the Beach Bucket Foundation, the Town installed bucket clean-up stations at four local parks and waterfront areas. Each one of these stations consist of four buckets and a trash can. Visitors can just grab a bucket to pick up litter while they enjoy a walk at the park or on the beach.
Buckets are at:
- Abacoa Community Park, 1501 W Frederick Small Road
- Jupiter Community Park, 3377 Church Street
- Sawfish Bay Park, 1133 N. Alternate A1A
- Jupiter Civic Center, 351 Old A1A