Jupiter is renowned for its relaxed laid back “local” atmosphere and residents enjoy 60+ acres of nature preserves and lakes, miles of bike paths, nature trails, community parks and magnificent oceanfront, riverfront and waterfront communities.   It enjoys  top-rated schools, a great local dining scene and lots of fishing, diving, golfing and even surfing depending on the weather.  It is a friendly, community oriented town and the Jupiter inlet and lighthouse are iconic symbols of the area. Jupiter has several public and private golf courses and is  miles from Palm Beach Intl Airport and a short drive to Palm Beach Gardens and the famous mansions of Palm Beach Island – not that it lacks any mansions of its own



Jupiter is a town on the southeastern coast of Florida. On a hill overlooking the Loxahatchee River, the red 1860 Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse offers panoramic views. The site also has a preserved pioneer-era homestead and a museum devoted to regional history, housed in a WWII U.S. Navy building. Nearby Jupiter Beach faces the Atlantic Ocean. Running along the beachfront, Carlin Park has playgrounds and tennis courts.