Located in northern Palm Beach County, Jupiter is on of the most sought after locations in America! With hundreds of points of interest, and a climate that cannot be beat, it’s easy to see why!
With an estimated population of 65,791 according to the 2019 Census Bureau, the town is located 87 miles north of Miami and is considered the northenmost community in the Miami Metro Area. The town has a total area of 21.1 square miles of which 1.1 square miles is water.
Climate-wise, Jupiter sits in a trade-wind Tropical rainforest climate, making much of the year warm to hot. Known for its “two seasons” with a mild and dry winder, and a hot and wet summer, humid summer days are commonplace as are daily thundershowers.
This area is home to some of the best schooling in the entire state, so moving here is a no brainer! With over 40 schools from pre-k to University, the town is a great place to raise the family. Below is a list of schools in the city:
There is never a lack of fun to be had while in the area! Whether you enjoy indoor activities like great shopping and Recreational events, or outdoor activities such as great parks and awesome open spaces, this town has got you covered!
Whether to simply acquire the everyday groceries to feed your family, or to find the the perfect outfit for any special occasion, you can always find what you are looking for in this town.
If you are looking for a vibrant downtown, then look no further than Abacoa. This has emerged as a must-see spot with a wonderful daytime atmosphere, as well as a great nightlife for a night out!
Below are some of the shopping & retail highlights according to Yelp:
One of the most noteworthy landmarks in the town is the Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse, which was completed in 1860. The lighthouse is located on the north side of the Jupiter Inlet, and is located between the Cape Canaveral Light and Hillsboro Inlet Light.
Built on a hill that was once thought to be an Indian shell mound or midden, today it is know that the site sits on a natural parabolic sand dune.
The Loxahatchee River Historical Society (LRHS) in 1972 was founded as a means to preserve the history of the area, and the Oil House Museum was opened in 1973 as a result. An agreement with the Coast Guard in 1994 has allowed the LRHS to conduce public tours of the top of the lighthouse, and in turn maintain and insure the landmark.
The lighthouse was painted red in 1910 to hide the discoloration of the brick caused by humidity. The lighthouse is often used as a symbol for the town.
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