Ecotourism Website

Jupiter is an Eco-tourist's dream destination.  The diverse ecosystems found here allow you to paddle from saltwater to freshwater, dive on premier reefs just off-shore, hike a swampy nature trail, all within a few miles of each other.  If you’re looking for something more relaxing there’s cultural and historical destinations, world class bird watching, wildlife education and tranquil beaches with crystal clear water that seem to wash away the stresses of life.

Discover Jupiter, the eco-tourism capitol of Palm Beach County!
  1. In the News
  1. New Waterway Park in Jupiter

    Waterway Park has 52 car/trailer parking spaces, 24 car parking spaces, three concrete boat ramps, four (4) 40’ long floating staging docks, restrooms, fishing pier, and a yacht basin with 170’ linear feet of floating staging docks. Read on...
  2. UNDERWATER TREASURES IN THE PALM BEACHES

    Fantastic fish, wonderful wrecks and … a Rolls Royce? Some exceptional underwater attractions for divers and landlubbers alike. Additional Info...
  3. HIKING IN #THEPALMBEACHES

    An exciting day of getting back to nature is just a short walk away Additional Info...
  4. Ecotourism growing industry in north county

    The ecotourism boom is changing the way people vacation. Additional Info...
  1. Update on Proposed Non-Motorized Vessels Registration

    The Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission has released a statement regarding the proposed non-motorized vessel registration. Additional Info...
  2. Natural & Artificial Reef Locations in Palm Beach County

    Artificial reefs are man-made habitats constructed from old ships, heavy-gauge steel structures, concrete, prefabricated modules, and limestone boulders. They are placed in areas away from natural reefs to provide alternative areas for recreation. Read on...
  3. Required Safety Equipment for Paddleboards

    Did you know the U.S. Coast Guard (USCG) has determined that a paddleboard is a vessel in most situations and is required to have the same safety equipment as other small human-powered vessels (canoes/kayaks)? Read on...