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Dune Walkover Repairs & Dune Restoration Projects

Dune Restoration by Palm Beach County ERM Begins Feb.8th
Begins: February 8th | Duration: 10 working days

On Monday, February 08, 2016, Palm Beach County’s Environmental Resource Management (ERM) department is beginning a dune restoration project that is anticipated to last 10 working days. Work will happen between 7am and 6pm Monday through Friday (no weekends).

The project includes placing 13,500 tons of sand that will be trucked in from an inland mine in St.Lucie County. Walkover #52, south of Carlin Park, is the sand delivery site, and will be closed during the project. The sand will be placed along approximately 1,200 linear feet, from the Reef Club north to just south of Carlin Park. Once the sand is placed, the dune will be planted with Sea Oats and other native species.

During the work, residents and visitors will notice trucks queuing along the parking pod near walkovers #27, #28, and #29 (on the southern end of Jupiter Beach, near Marcinski Road). The parking area near these walkovers will be closed, and flagmen will be present at both the north and south entrances to the parking pod. The sidewalk along that parking pod will be open to pedestrian traffic, and the beach remains open for use in all areas.

For questions regarding this project, please contact Kelly Martin, Palm Beach County ERM, at 561-233-2509.


Dune Walkover Repairs
Begins: November 9 | Length: 45 days | Dune Crossover Map


The plan is to work from the South to the North with only one crossover closed at a time, Monday-Friday.  There is no work scheduled on weekends and all walkovers/crossovers should be opened by Friday afternoon. The project will start Monday, November 9, 2015 and should run about 45 calendar days with work suspended over the Thanksgiving Holiday.

Anyone with questions please contact the Town of Jupiter Engineering Department at (561) 741-2372.

Jupiter has approximately 3.4 miles of beaches and the Gulf Stream flows closest to the United States off our shores with its warm current providing therapy for all who enter the ocean. The average water temperature is a comfortable 78 degrees.

Carlin Park
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Entrance: 400 S. S.R. A1A, Jupiter, FL 33477
120.31 Acres


Carlin Park hosts 3,000 feet of guarded beach and has plentiful amenities to suit most anyone's needs. From bocce ball, tennis, sand volleyball, playgrounds, exercise running course, restroom facilities, picnic areas, shelters with grills and a cafe, there's a lot of recreation activities available at Carlin Park.

November 12, 2014 - March 31, 2015. Palm Beach County Beach Re-nourishment Project currently taking place just south of Jupiter Inlet through south end of Carlin Park.


Coral Cove
Coral Cove Park
Entrance: 1600 Beach Road, Tequesta, Florida 33469
31.42 Acres

While this park is light on acreage, once here, you'll experience the beauty of old Florida. Coral Cove park has 600 feet of guarded beach, 600 feet of intracoastal waterway frontage, picnic areas with grills, playground, restroom facilities and outdoor showers.


Dubois Park
Dubois Park
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.


John D. MacArthur State Park
JDM 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, fishing, bird-watching, and snorkeling.


Juno Beach Park
Juno Beach Park Beach
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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 daily designated surfing area. Amenities include a 990 ft pier with bait shop and snack bar, picnic shelters, restrooms and outdoor showers. It is home to Ocean Rescue Headquarters, (561) 694-7480.

Jupiter Beach Park
Jupiter Beach Park

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Entrance: 1375 Jupiter Beach Road, Jupiter, Florida 33477
46.49 Acres

Jupiter Beach Park lies on the south side of the Jupiter Inlet. It has 1,700 feet of guarded beach, picnic areas with grills, restrooms, outdoor showers and a sand volleyball court. Park hours are sunrise to sunset but inlet fishing is available 24 hours.


Ocean Cay Park
Ocean Cay Park

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Entrance: 2188 Marcinski Road, Jupiter, Florida 33477
13.44 Acres

Ocean Cay Park has beach frontage however it is unguarded and you must cross A1A to access the beach. This beautiful park has many amenities for the whole family to enjoy. Picnic pavilions, shelters, playgrounds, restrooms, outdoor showers, sand volleyball courts, bus shelter and a seating plaza.