Things To Do in Jupiter – 7 Fun Outdoor Ways to Start the New Year
Things To Do in Jupiter
Catch The Sunrise
Head down to the beach, park your bicycle or vehicle along A1A, paddle out a kayak or stand-up paddle board, go out in your backyard — 7:08 a.m. Saturday is the moment the sun rises to start the New Year.
Start your New Year outdoors with JUPITER OUTDOOR CENTER
Make your reservation today for a kayak, canoe, bicycle or stand-up paddle board for an unforgettable outdoor adventure on Jupiter Inlet waterways or in Riverbend Park.
Sea turtles, manatees and tropical birds are regular visitors when you paddle past the historic Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse.
Tall cypress trees are the home for owls, woodpeckers, herons and more along the Wild and Scenic Loxahatchee River.
The miles of shady, wide crushed shell bicycle trails are fun for both beginners and experienced bikers.
To make a reservation, click here.
Start the New Year With a Boat Cruise at Love Street Outdoor Center
At the Love Street Outdoor Center, experience the best that Jupiter has to offer.
Take a leisurely cruise with friends and family, explore the natural paradise of the Jupiter Inlet, scout for sea turtles and manatees, and admire the breathtaking views of our famous Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse and surrounding natural areas.
Our professional captains are friendly, knowledgeable and standing by to guide you on an unforgettable journey.
Carlin Park Is A New Year’s Day Happening Place
Stroll, jog, bicycle, skateboard, surf-kite, swim, play bocce, fish from the pier — heck, you can even take your dog.
Located on the Atlantic Ocean between Donald Ross and Indiantown roads, the waterfront park is a fantastic way to start out the new year.
Parking is free along A1A and also in Juno Beach Park.
Bring a leash for your dog, they have their own 2.5-mile Dog Beach from beach marker 26 north to beach marker 57.
Kids Will Love DuBois Park on New Year’s Day
The “Kiddie Pool” is what locals call the beach on the south side of the pristine Jupiter Inlet in DuBois Park.
Kids bring their snorkels, fins and face masks to hunt for colorful fish. Rock formations protect them from waves and currents.
Meanwhile, parents and adults can enjoy relaxing day on the lifeguarded beach.
There’s grills for cooking. Trees for shade. Picnic tables for dining.
Got a boat? There’s nearby docks where you can park your boat for free.
There’s also a free kayak and standup paddle board launching area.
Parking is free.
HINT: Get to DuBois Park early. Parking fills up fast.
Do you know how Love Street got its name? Join the tour to find out!
- Explore the historic Jupiter Inlet Village and parks by bike with a local Jupiterian. Discover over 2,000 years of history from early natives to Ponce De Leon. Learn about shipwrecks including the amazing survival of the family of Jonathan Dickensen to a beautiful love story from 1896.
- Your Love Street Outdoor Center guide will take you an an easy 90-minute bike ride with frequent stops for hydration and bathroom breaks plus time to take in all the magnificent beauty Jupiter has to offer.
- Explore even more of Jupiter from the water and add a 30-minute sightseeing cruise aboard our Love Boat docked at Charlie & Joe’s on Love Street.
To book a tour, click here:
Start The Year with Serenity Yoga at Riverbend Park
Serenity Yoga is Saturday at 10:00 a.m. at JUPITER OUTDOOR CENTER in Riverbend Park.
Join certified yoga instructor Shellie Ann Chiet as she takes you on a spiritual journey of the mind, body, and spirit with a slow flow one-hour Saturday session that’s sure to start your week out with just the right balance.
$15 per person.
Be sure to bring a yoga mat, blanket, and water.
To make a reservation or information, call us at (561)747-0063 or click here.