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John D. MacArthur State Park

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Entrance: 10900 Jack Nicklaus Drive
325 Acres

The park is located in northern Palm Beach County at the North end of Singer Island. The park is open from 8am until sundown 365 days a year. The entrance fee is $5.00 per vehicle, maximum of 8 people. Park visitors can participate in a variety of recreational activities, including kayaking, beach fishing, bird-watching, and snorkeling.


Johnathan Dickinson State Park
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Entrance:16450 S.E. Federal Highway, Hobe Sound, Florida 33455

11,500 Acres

This park offers many activities and opportunities for outdoor adventure! Hike, bike, horseback, canoe, kayak, river tours, nature center, camping, bird watching, and more. A newly rebuilt boat launch ramp is available on the Loxahatchee River. The Loxahatchee eventually leads to the Intracoastal Waterway and the Atlantic Ocean. The boat ramp fee is $4.00 + tax.


Juno Beach Park

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Entrance:
14775 U.S. Highway 1, Juno Beach, Florida 33408
5.24 Acres

Juno Beach Park has 300 feet of beach frontage and a daily designated surfing area. Amenities include a 990 ft pier with bait shop and snack bar, picnic shelters, restrooms and outdoor showers.

Ocean Rescue Headquarters, (561) 694-7480
Pier/Fishing Information, (561) 799-0185


Sawfish Bay Park
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Entrance: 1133 North Alternate A1A, Jupiter, FL 33458

2.5 Acres

This 2.5 acre park is located on the beautiful Jupiter intracoastal waterway with the Jupiter Lighthouse in full view. With a boardwalk along the waterway, fishing pier, two fresh water fish cleaning stations, picnic pavilions, kayak/canoe launch, and water fountains, this park is a great fishing location and a scenic masterpiece.

Riverbend Park
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Entrance: 9060 Indiantown Road, Jupiter, Florida 33478
680 Acres

Take a step back in time and enjoy walking, bicycling, riding, or canoeing through beautiful and historic Riverbend Park. From the ancient Indian middens, through the Seminole War Battles, to present day restoration, see Florida as the first settlers did. Nearly 10 miles of hiking/biking trails, 7 miles of equestrian trails and 5 miles of canoeing/kayaking trails allow for hours of enjoyment. Freshwater fish along the Wild and Scenic Loxahatchee River, visit the Cracker Farmstead, and picnic in the shade under a Seminole chickee.



Burt Reynolds Park
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Entrance: 805 N. U.S. Highway 1, Jupiter, Florida 33477

35.55 Acres

Conveniently located just south of Jupiter inlet, Burt Reynolds Park boat ramps are open 24/7 (west side only) and only a few short idle minutes away from the inlet. There are two areas where you can drop your boat in at this park. The "West" side is more for the larger boats as the East side ramps require you to clear the US1 bridge in either direction. Amenities at this park are plentiful on the east side with horseshoe pits, picnic areas with grills, shelters/pavilions, playground, restrooms, sand volleyball court and a non-motorized vessel launching beach. Burt Reynolds Park is also home to the River Center and the Northern Palm Beach County Chamber of Commerce.

Dubois Park
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Entrance: 19075 DuBois Road, Jupiter, Florida, 33477
18.69 Acres

DuBois Park is not only one of the most unique swimming beaches in the north county area but also one of the most historical. Amenities include 1,200 feet of beach front, a guarded 100 feet swimming lagoon, picnic areas with grills, playground, restroom facilities and outdoor showers. It is also home to the DuBois Pioneer Home, National Register of Historical Places and an Indian mound, a historical and archeological treasure. Fishing is not permitted in guarded swimming areas.