Juno Beach encompasses Loggerhead Park, a major sea turtle nesting beach that’s home to Loggerhead Marinelife Center, and Juno Beach Park, sited at 14775 U.S. Highway 1, Juno Beach, Florida 33408.


Laid-back, tail wagging fun on a serene beach with a pier. Bring your friends—and your best friend—to Juno Beach Park, an off-leash, dog-friendly beach with pristine blue waters and a pier that’s perfect for fishing and watching the sunrise over the surf. Here, you’re likely to see treasure seekers hunting for seashells; surfers catching a ride on the most consistent wave in the north end of Palm Beach County; and fishermen with lines dangling off the pier.  This relaxed stretch of sand is bordered by Juno Dunes Natural Area, where you can discover loop trails and climb atop an ancient sand dune for epic views of the wetlands and scrub forest.

See, feel

A smidge over five acres with 300 feet of guarded beach, Juno Beach Park is centered around a pier that reaches 990 feet over the Atlantic. It welcomes visitors with free parking, a playground of waves, and designated fishing and surfing areas. Palms, dunes lush with seagrapes, and sand that’s a delicious hue of hot chocolate and dotted with shells make it easy on the eyes. Juno’s kiteboarding beach is just north of the pier, and often, adventurers with colorful, billowing sails race across the water.

Garnering high marks for its cleanliness and less-crowded shores, Juno promises a fine beach day for families and everyone else who needs a dose of salt air and vitamin D.  Expect some waves, which will vary according to winds, tides and offshore systems.

On or near the beach

Picnicking, working on the perfect tan, fishing and surfing are popular, as is searching for seashells. Although Juno Beach is not as renowned for shell collecting as Sanibel, Florida, a beachcomber stumbled upon a perfectly preserved Junonia snail shell—one of the world's rarest shells—along its shores.
Nearby, you can take a surf lesson, go kiteboarding or take a kiteboarding lesson, and discover eateries serving up a variety of cuisines.


The Juno Beach Pier is wheelchair accessible. Here’s information about the most accessible Palm Beach County beaches.


The park’s amenities include restrooms, outdoor showers and a picnic area. The Juno Beach Pier is complete with a friendly guest services team, a snack bar, and a gift store, and offers fishing tackle, rental poles and bait.




Abundant, free parking

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