Things To Do in Jupiter – 5 Fab Outdoor Photo Stops
Things To Do in Jupiter
AAAH….The Air Conditioned Part of A1A!
Wide, tall and shady, the “tunnel of trees” lining Bridge Road bring welcome relief to bike riders on a warm day.
Take a guided bicycle tour with JUPITER OUTDOOR CENTER and see the sights along A1A on beautiful Jupiter Island.
To make a reservation, click here.
Banyan trees are native to India. The first one was planted in Florida in Fort Myers in 1925 by the inventor Thomas Edison.
With gangly branches and thick foliage, banyan trees can grow 100 feet tall.
On the west end, stop for a photo on the Bridge Road bridge above the mangrove-lined Intracoastal Waterway on your things to do in Jupiter journey.
Speaking of Mangroves…
Stop and smell the roses — sorry, mangroves — on your paddling tour of Jupiter Inlet waterways.
To reserve a Mangrove Mystery Tour, click here.
The lush, spindly-fingered trees are fun to explore as you paddle past the Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse, under Cato’s Bridge and along the Indian River.
Look at the underwater roots, and you’ll see juvenile snook, shrimp, crabs and other watery critters. Mangrove roots are where the little ones hide from predators while they grow up.
Manatees love to munch mangrove leaves. Sea turtles often stop by.
Look up in the branches and there’s egrets, spoonbills, limpkins, ibis and herons.
The colorful birds are looking to snag a meal in the waterways.
A great things to do in Jupiter adventure.
Plants, Plants, Plants…
Scientists think they got this one.
Fabulous Underwater Photos
Photos Worth 150 steps…
Day and night photos from atop the historic Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse...this things to do in Jupiter adventure well worth the climb!