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Jupiter, FL Travel Tips

Located on the Atlantic coast in Palm Beach County, Jupiter, FL, is a nature lovers' paradise. With its spectacular ocean views and warm climate, there is plenty to attract tourists to this place of sun and sand. The city is also a fun place for families with children of all ages to visit. For a relaxing, stress-free stay, avoid hotels in favor of Jupiter vacation rentals. Browse area rental homes online with Vacation Home Rentals. We offer only the best rental properties, many of which are available for rent by owner. When looking for Jupiter, Florida, vacation rentals, a few tips can help ease the selection process. Look for rentals that are closest to the attractions and areas that hold the most interest. This can save vacationing families money and time. Also, not every property offers the same amenities. When selecting rentals in Jupiter, FL, also consider what amenities are most desirable.

Attractions

The city is an environmentally friendly location that boasts plenty of fun outdoor activities for tourists who are staying in vacation rentals. Jupiter, Florida, is home to many eco-tourism attractions. These attractions allow people to take part in activities such as horseback riding or hiking. At Riverbend Park, there are trails for hiking, bicycling, and horseback riding. Tourists staying in Jupiter, FL, vacation rentals may also enjoy time spent taking a simple walk or canoeing and kayaking. Dubois Park is a 1,200-foot beach, and it is the location of the Dubois Pioneer Home. Families visiting the park may enjoy the picnic pavilion and snorkeling lagoon. Activities such as fishing and non-motorized boating are also popular.
Another fun location is Jupiter Beach, where families can play a game of beach volleyball. Jonathan Dickinson State Park is also an ideal spot for outdoor activities, like hiking or bicycling. River tours, kayaking, and canoeing are also popular. Bird-watching is a popular activity, as is camping on one of the park's two campgrounds.
Another way to view nature at the park is to visit the Elsa Kimbell Environmental Education and Research Center. Families may also wish to visit the Busch Wildlife Sanctuary for more interaction with nature. For a day of educational fun, families can visit the Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse and Museum. The museum has various indoor and outdoor exhibits, including the Tindall Pioneer Homestead. Other attractions for families staying in vacation rentals in ...

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