Welcome to Jupiter Island
A private residential town steeped in life’s luxuries.
Located on the picturesque coastline of a barrier island is Jupiter Island, Florida, a residential community offering peaceful, private living. No commercial buildings reside in Jupiter Island, giving this affluent Martin County neighborhood a unique blend of seclusion, nature, and scenic, waterfront views, where residents walk out of their homes and onto soft sand. Homes exude a sense of luxury, with many boasting impressive square footages, private, waterfront access, and lusciously-landscaped lawns. Predominant architectural styles of these stunning properties include traditional and contemporary designs each with its own unique flair.
What to Love
Residents of Jupiter Island love their community for its relaxed pace, where launching from private docks for sun-filled days on the water are everyday occurrences. Here, life is all about enjoying the simple pleasures of life — sunshine, nature, and luxury. Its suburban atmosphere paves the way for a tight-knit community, where locals gather together for barbeques and parties. Celebrities like Tiger Woods, Kid Rock, and Greg Norman have personal residences on Jupiter Island.
Dining, Entertainment & Shopping
Because Jupiter Island is purely residential, there are no commercial buildings in the immediate area. However, Jupiter Island is a short commute to various restaurants located in nearby towns. Visit 1000 North for American cuisine and various cocktails in regal, stylish dining areas. The Parisian Restaurant and Wine Bar serves a variety of French and Parisian-style delicacies in comfortable and inviting dining spaces. Enjoy drinks and live music at Ralph's Stand Up Bar, or watch the latest blockbuster at Cinépolis Luxury Cinemas.
Things to Do
Incredible museums, beaches, parks, and clubs are only a short drive from Jupiter Island.
Visit Jupiter Lighthouse Park and climb to the top for stunning coastal views. Nearby Jupiter Beach’s turquoise lagoons and well-maintained nature trails ensure a wide variety of activities for its visitors to partake in, including swimming, hiking, paddle boarding, and more.
Be sure to visit The Nature Conservancy Blowing Rocks Preserve at high tide to see 50-foot geysers erupting along its limestone shore. During low tide, you can swim or snorkel at the Blowing Rocks Preserve. Coral Cove Park’s pristine beach is home to fun-filled activities like swimming, snorkeling, fishing, sunbathing, picnicking, and kayaking.
The School District of Palm Beach County and Martin County serve the community of Jupiter Island.