Beach Jupiter has about 3.4 miles of beaches. Beaches are very popular in Florida because the weather is usually always great and the water is warm. Jupiter's beaches are located on the Atlantic ocean. They are nice, sandy places to relax, read, tan, and have fun. Many tourists go to these beaches to take pictures. The warm current from the ocean provides therapy to all the people that enter it. Jupiter is also home to one of the few dog beaches. Jupiter’s dog beaches are very friendly. Many of the dogs make friends and have a blast while doing it. Their owners also meet new people while at the beach. The dogs enjoy the nice, refreshing water. Jupiter has many beaches: Carlin Park, Coral Cove, Dubois Park, John D. MacArthur State Park, Juno Beach Park, Jupiter Beach, and Ocean Cay.


Carlin Park has 3,000 feet of sand and water. There are plenty of things to do there like bocce ball, tennis, sand volleyball, playgrounds, picnic areas, grills and a cafe, snorkeling, etc. It is located at 400 S. S.R. A1A, Jupiter, FL 33477. Coral Cove is another pleasant beach. It has 600 feet of guarded beach and 600 feet of intercoastal waterway. It is located at 1600 Beach Road, Tequesta, Florida 33469. Dubois Park is a very unique beach and it is one of the most historical beaches. It is home to the DuBois Pioneer Home, National Register of Historical Places and an Indian mound. It also has swimming areas and there is a lot of wildlife in the water. There are many crabs on the mangroves that you can catch. It is located at 10900 Jack Nicklaus Drive. Juno Beach Park is a very popular beach because of the pier you can walk on. The pier is 900 ft with a bait shop and a snack bar. It is also home to Ocean Rescue Headquarters. It is located at 14775 U.S. Highway 1, Juno Beach, Florida 33408. Jupiter Beach Park is 46.49 acres and it lies on the south side of the Jupiter Inlet. It has 7,000 feet of guarded beach. It includes outdoor showers, a sand volleyball court, restrooms, etc. Overall, Jupiter beaches are very clean and fun.