Riverwalk Map & Points of Interest
About the Riverwalk
When completed, Riverwalk will be approximately 2.5 miles in length and is located on the eastern shoreline of the Intracoastal Waterway on the south side of the Jupiter Inlet.
Click here to enlarge the map at right with Points of Interest and Attractions.
Points of Interest
- Ocean Way - The bike and pedestrian paths along Ocean Way connect the beautiful Atlantic beaches to the southern end of Jupiter's Riverwalk. Free public parking is available along A1A.
- Jupiter Ridge Natural Area - At the southern end of Jupiter's Riverwalk, Jupiter Ridge Natural Area is one of Florida's best examples of coastal scrub habitat. On-site
educational kiosks describe the wildlife and habitat. Free public parking is available (from sunrise to sunset) at the park, and there is a walkway to the Riverwalk from the parking lot. This 267-acre natural area is operated by Palm Beach County, and is a bird watcher's paradise. It is located on US Highway 1, approximately three miles north of Donald Ross Road in Jupiter
- Mangrove Bay - The Riverwalk meanders along the western edge of this delightful tropical community, overlooking mangroves rich with local wildlife.
- Lagoon Bridge - This pedestrian and bicycle bridge connects the Riverwalk behind the Best Western Hotel to the southern tip of the Jupiter Yacht Club marina. Enjoy views of the tranquil lagoon, fish and the occasional manatee. Free public parking is available at the Jupiter Yacht Club.
- Jupiter Yacht Club - Enjoy shopping and dining as you stroll northward through this 89-slip marina. Public slips are available for visitors arriving by boat. Free public parking is also available.
- The Plaza Down Under on the Riverwalk - A perfect location for community events, festivals, markets and entertainment, the Plaza is tucked under the east span of the Indiantown Road Bridge. Free public parking.
- Riverwalk Entertainment District - Harbourside Place oers a unique, waterside community gathering spot that includes shopping, entertainment and dining. The Wyndham Hotel is also located on site.
- Burt Reynolds Park - Nestled between the Intracoastal and the "Oxbow" waterways, this park offers boat access to Jupiter's many waterways. The park is also home to the River Center, which features live aquatic tanks, interactive exhibits and touch tanks. Visitors can learn about the Loxahachee River, Florida’s first Wild and Scenic River.
- Inlet Village - Future plans for this seaside village will be inspired by the history and character of its once active fishing industry. With the historic Jupiter Lighthouse as a backdrop, views from the planned shopping promenade will be hard to match.
- Inlet Village Marina - A small public access park along the Jupiter “Oxbow” River, public day docks are available for visitors arriving by boat for water access to Inlet Village. The area also has a kayak launch.
Riverwalk Attractions Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse & Museum - Enjoy Jupiter's history by touring our exhibit "5,000 Years on the Loxahatchee" and make sure to check out the Gift Shop, both located in the historic Naval Housing Building. Climb the
DuBois Pioneer Home - One of the oldest homes in Palm Beach County, the house was built in 1898 and is located at 19075 DuBois Road in DuBois Park, Jupiter, Florida 33477. The home is open and available for
Loxahatchee River Environmental Center (River Center) at Burt Reynolds Park - The River Center has a combination of static displays, interactive exhibits, live tanks which trace the river system from a freshwater cypress swamp to seagrass-dominated estuary to marine ecosystems. Located at 805 N. US Highway 1, Jupiter, FL 33477, (561) 743-7123. Check the website for more information.
Burt Reynolds & Friends Museum - Preserving the history of the cultural contribution of Burt Reynolds, this museum also offers educational opportunities to young actors and filmmakers. The building, which was located at 100 North U.S. Highway 1, Jupiter, FL, was recently demolished to make way for the Harbourside Place