On Martin and Palm Beach counties’ coastline lies an exquisite barrier island that gloriously flaunts its majestic shores to the world - prestigious Jupiter Island. It is encompassed by the St. Lucie Inlet on the north, Jupiter Inlet on the south, the Atlantic Ocean on the east and by the Indian River on the west. It stretches from the south end of Hobe Sound National Wildlife Refuge to the Palm Beach-Martin county border. It is the dwelling place of exquisite sandy beaches and gorgeous ocean views. Its beauty has awed and caught the hearts of many and they often refer it to as a piece of heaven on earth. Read More
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A large part of Jupiter Island, in its Martin County portion, is a wildlife conservatory and this is owed to the island’s rich history. The shelter was initiated to protect green sea turtles and loggerheads in 1969. It is now known as the Hobe Sound National Wildlife Refuge. This adds value and essence to the beautiful island.
Apart from the wildlife preservation, the Town of Jupiter Island is also well known for its expensive mansions, many of which are owned by the rich and famous. Tiger Woods, Burt Reynolds and Celine Dion, to name a few, are some of the celebrities who made Jupiter Island their second home. But Jupiter Island is not just a home for the rich and famous. Jupiter Inlet Colony offers many of the island’s residents life by the sea on the south end of the island.
Nothing can be more relaxing than being one with nature itself. Come and indulge on the stunning views from north to south via Beach Road, also called County Road 707, which is the main road of the island. You can access the mainland via the Hobe Sound Bridge.
If you have thoughts of visiting or living at this rare island, don’t think twice. Living here is like living in paradise!