Jupiter Beach Park is a beautiful and entertaining place to visit. Whether you are new to the area or a local resident, this park has plenty of family friendly activities. This 46.49 acres park on the beach is located in beautiful and sunny Jupiter Florida, Palm Beach County. This park is great for locals to come and spend a relaxing family day, because you can even bring the family dog along into some areas of the park. For people new to Jupiter, FL, this is a great place to start exploring the new area and meet new people.
Carlin Park in Jupiter has it all. The park lies on a 120.31 acres land and has 3,000 feet of guarded beach. If you are new to the area, the address is; 400 Florida A1A, Jupiter, FL 33477 in Palm Beach County. It has very spacious and secure parking. Whether you want to have fun or just relax with your family, the park has the most amazing amenities which are perfectly suitable for you and the kids.
Kreusler Park on Palm Beach Island features about 450 feet of guarded shoreline. Fishing is allowed outside of the guarded swimming area. No dogs are allowed at County beaches. Restroom facilities and showers are available as well as surf-chairs for the handicapped. There is a fee for parking.
Delray Municipal Beach is located at the far eastern side of Atlantic Avenue where it intersects with A1A. Aside from being one of the "Top Public Beaches" in the SE United States, according to Travel Holiday magazine, this beach is home to some of the area's top-rated dining opportunities. Delray Municipal Beach is popular for it's temperate waters, great sand quality, and dafe waves. The City of Delray Beach contracts with a beach cleaning service and a cabana rental company to insure year round enjoyment of the Municipal Beach for all.
Atlantic Dunes Park in Delray Beach is one of just a few public shorelines in town. Located well enough south of the busy Atlantic Avenue area of town, Atlantic Dunes tends to be a much quieter spot for sunbathing and enjoying the surf. Parking for the beach is located on the west side of A1A and is metered. Across the street, a boardwalk takes you up past showers and restrooms to picnic areas and a pavilion. The beach is guarded and also has "surf chairs" available for handicapped patrons who need access to the beach.