The Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse and Museum is operated by the Loxahatchee River Historical Society of Jupiter. FL. It offers climbing tours of the landmark 1860 Jupiter Light as well as educational exhibits in the waterfront History Museum.

DuBois Park and Jupiter Beach Park are great places to visit, where you can enjoy fishing, snorkeling, the beach, or watch the boats come in. Local restaurants are nearby for lunch and dinner. A must see if you are a local or a visitor.

Juno Beach Park and Pier, with beautiful aqua blue waters, is only 0.8 miles from The Marina At The Bluffs. The fishing pier is also a great place to relax. There is plenty of free beach parking. The park is just a short walk from the Bluffs.

The Jupiter Abacoa Town Center provides shopping, fine dining, and entertainment. There are monthly car shows, art and music festivals, and even the Easter Bunny dropping Easter Eggs from a helicopter.

Abacoa Golf Club is Public Golf at its finest. With Jupiter being home for so many famous professional golfers, there are plenty of places to golf in the area. The Honda Classic is at nearby PGA National.

You can enjoy spring training games at Roger Dean Stadium in Jupiter. Both the Marlins and the Cardinals play here starting in February, with the Florida State League playing after Spring Training. Plan a great day in the sun!

Jupiter is also an equestrian town. Among the 50,000 residents who call Jupiter home are those who own horses in the Jupiter Farms and Palm Beach Country Estates areas, located just West of the Atlantic Ocean.

The Jupiter Riverwalk is expanding its already beautiful board walk, with more fine dining and shopping along the Intracoastal. The Riverwalk is a great place to watch the Holiday Parade of Lighted Boats or take a sunset walk.

The Loggerhead Marinelife Center is located in Juno Beach a mile away from The Marina At The Bluffs. A great place to see rescued turtles being cared for and rehabilitated at the Sea Turtle Hospital.