Jupiter Island - SeaGlass Jupiter Island

A History of Preservation

SeaGlass Jupiter Island

Jupiter Island is the southernmost barrier island on Florida’s east coast. Spanning both Martin and Palm Beach counties, strict zoning laws have discouraged commercial development for decades. The area offers a rare opportunity to experience pristine Florida landscapes, cherished and preserved in their natural state. Much of the Island is a wildlife refuge and natural preserve entrusted to the care of the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Audubon Society and the Nature Conservancy.

Outdoor Nature

Beauty Preserved for Future Generations

With over 500 species of plants and 200 species of animals, Jupiter Island boasts thousands of acres of protected flatwoods, hammocks, estuaries and preserves. Nestled in the center of Coral Cove Park, residents can enjoy nature’s abundance first-hand on the island’s extensive biking and hiking trails. The nearby Jupiter Inlet is widely recognized for its historic lighthouse, boardwalk and observation deck. Just one mile north of SeaGlass is the Nature Conservancy’s Blowing Rock Preserve, one of the most photographed natural sites in South Florida.

Life on the Water

Waterways, A Sportsman’s Paradise

Anglers prefer Jupiter’s waterways to access some of the best fishing in the world. Offshore, the Atlantic is home to big game such as marlin, sailfish and swordfish.  Snook, redfish, snapper and pompano are bountiful in the coastal waters inshore. Fishermen who wish to competitively test their prowess may enter world-class sport fishing tournaments that are held each year throughout the area.  South Florida is renowned around the globe as a boater’s paradise. Yachts and smaller pleasure craft can be enjoyed year-round and only 55 nautical miles away, the Bahamas is an easy weekend sojourn.


Dining and Shopping Destinations

From the high-energy of Harbourside Place, Worth Avenue, and PGA Boulevard to the quaint seaside towns of Tequesta, Jupiter and Hobe Sound, SeaGlass residents have a notable selection and wide variety of shopping and dining destinations close by. Dine on freshly caught seafood at a dockside café. Enjoy a five-star repast prepared by a world-renowned chef. Discover the latest fashion designs for the family and the home and celebrate local artisans at iconic galleries and boutiques.

Arts & Entertainment

Cultural Experiences

From historic landmarks and museums to world-class entertainment, Tequesta, Jupiter and the Palm Beaches offer a wealth of venues for cultural experiences. In Jupiter, enjoy the Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse, the Maltz Theatre, Burt Reynolds & Friends Museum, or the Lighthouse Center for the Arts and international galleries. In nearby Palm Beach, the Kravis Center for Performing Arts, the Florida Ballet and numerous museums provide for an elevated appreciation of the arts.


Travel to Jupiter Island

Residents can easily access their private island escape. Palm Beach International Airport (PBI) offers daily non-stop service to over 30 premier destinations throughout the US and the Caribbean. Elite travelers will appreciate the convenience of several private jet centers (FBOs) located nearby. Stuart’s Witham Field (KSUA) and the North Palm Beach County General Aviation Airport (F45) are a mere 20 minutes away, providing private air access. For those traveling by sea, the Intracoastal Waterway traverses the community and there are several world-class marinas nearby with facilities to accommodate larger yachts.
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