Jupiter encompasses 3.4 miles of stunning beaches, including Hobe Sound BeachCarlin Park, Ocean Cay Park, Jupiter Beach Park and DuBois Park. The latter two are snuggled together, and are located respectively at 1375 Jupiter Beach Road and 19075 DuBois Road, Jupiter, FL 33477.

Here’s information about and addresses for other area beaches.


Under-the-radar getaway for all ages. Framed by the Loxahatchee River, Jupiter Inlet and the Atlantic Ocean, Jupiter Beach Park and DuBois Park offer something for everyone. Here, kids paddle rubber rafts in placid lagoon waters; fishermen find easy pickings on the jetty; and the Atlantic beckons with a playground of waves. Popular but not overcrowded, these sister parks make for an ideal beach day, offering free parking, snorkeling adventures and a wealth of amenities. 

See, feel

A jetty reaches out into the Atlantic at the northern tip of Jupiter Beach Park, inviting anglers to cast a line or sightseers to admire the chocolate-colored sand and decadent boats traversing the inlet. Expect lots of shells, green blue water and palms everywhere.

The lagoons offer quiet, shallow waters perfect for tiny tots, while on the Atlantic, anticipate some waves, which will vary according to winds, tides, and offshore systems.

On or near the beach

Outdoor experiences abound at these parks: enjoy a leisurely stroll on the boardwalk to soak up the natural beauty; snorkel in the picturesque lagoon, lush with vegetation and teeming with vibrant marine life; or picnic under a forest of swaying palms. Swimming, hunting for seashells, exploring the DuBois Pioneer Home, and fishing are a few of the ways to enjoy the salt air and sunshine.


A mobi mat makes getting a wheelchair out to the beach easy at Jupiter Beach Park, while at DuBois Park, a beach surf wheelchair is available. Check out this map of Jupiter area beaches that includes ADA accessible beach crossovers, and information about beaches that offer the use of beach wheelchairs.


Jupiter Beach Park amenities include 1,700 feet of guarded beach; picnic areas with grills; restrooms; outdoor showers; a sand volleyball court; and rental pavilions. DuBois Park amenities include 1,200 feet of  beach frontage on the Intracoastal, guarded in only the snorkeling area; 100 feet of guarded beach frontage in the lagoon; a non-motorized boat ramp;18 boat slips; canoeing/kayaking access; fishing; a jetty; picnic areas​; a picnic pavilion; a playground; restrooms; outdoor showers; and a snorkeling lagoon. It’s home to the DuBois Pioneer Home, built in 1898 and available for tours.


In Jupiter Beach Park, the swimming areas are guarded when a condition flag is flying from the lifeguard tower, year round, seven days a week, from 9 a.m. 5:20 p.m. The swimming areas at DuBois Park are guarded seven days a week during public school summer recess, but only on weekends during the school year.


Both parks welcome visitors with free parking. Here’s information about parking at other area beaches.

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