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  Phil Foster Park Artificial Reef and Snorkel Trail

 PBC Paddling Treasures (pdf)


Explore the Loxahatchee River Today!
Florida's first federally designated "Wild and Scenic" river

Loxahatchee River Photos


If you like to boat, stand-up paddle board, kayak, canoe, swim, tube, fish, dive,
trail run, ride, bike, hike, or just play
outdoors - you've come to the right place!


According to The Economist, eco-tourism is the fastest growing segment of world tourism!


Friends of Jupiter Beach Cleanup

The FIRST Saturday of every month @ 8:00am

Ocean Cay Park, 2188 Marcinski Road

Friends of Jupiter Beach - Beach Cleanups and More

Friends of Jupiter Beach has been organizing beach cleanups on the FIRST Saturday of every month since 1994. Volunteers arrive to help remove trash & recyclables, then gather for a continental breakfast & “thanks for coming” door prizes. A project that began with a handful of volunteers has evolved into a significant force for environmental care of our shoreline and marine environment.

 The Triple Sand Buster Race (Run-Bike)

Saturday, March 2, 2014
Jonathan Dickinson State Park

7:00 a.m. & 1-hour before each race start time

Race Start Times: 
5k @ 8am, MTB @10am, Duathlon @12pm

The 5K will be off-road, mostly single-track, hills, sand, and boardwalks included. The Mountain bike race will be one modified lap at Camp Murphy about 8 miles. The duathlon will be a one mile prologue run, 8 mile mountain bike, and the 5K run combined. The Triple Sand Buster includes all three races.
(click image above for website)

Art Fest by the Sea

Saturday/Sunday, March 8 & 9, 2014
(10:00 am to 5:00 pm)

A1A & Donald Ross Rd, Jupiter/Juno Beach


 Stretching along the oceanfront along A1A, Art Fest by the Sea has become a springtime tradition for residents and snowbirds alike. It’s been just over 2 decades since it’s inception, and this esteemed community art festival continues to highlight the talents of more than 150 exhibitors displaying a wide range of works from life-size sculptures to photography and jewelry.

NatureScaping Festival

Saturday, March 15, 2014 (10am-3pm)
McArthur Beach State Park

MacArther Beach State Park

Join us for a free educational day of family fun, with native plant vendors, Sea Turtle Aquarium, Food Truck Invasion, live animal show, guest speakers, Kayak Experience, Geocache, Butterfly Garden Walk, Photography Workshop, artwork for sale, children’s crafts, face painting, local environmental organizations, live music and more!  For information call (561) 624-6950. 

JOC - Full Moon Paddle Tour

Jupiter Outdoor Center, Love Street

Jupiter - Full Moon Paddle Tours - SUP or Kayak

SUP (Stand Up Paddle) or Kayak:

Join us on a leisurely paddle in the tranquil waters of the Jupiter Inlet Aquatic Preserve. This tour is great for beginners, families and nature lovers looking for outdoor fun under the twinkling stars. On the full moon we enjoy roasting marshmallows around a campfire. All equipment and basic instruction provided. Wear clothes you don’t mind getting wet! Call 561-316-6203  Call for date/times.

- Full Moon Paddle Tour

Guanabana's Dock

Blueline Paddle Surf Full Moon SUP Paddleboard Tour

Join us for a paddle under the Full moon and stars. SUP rental available & includes all equipment needed to enjoy the evening. Or BYOB (Bring your own Board & Beverages) for free, just bring a few snacks to share with the group.
Call for date/times.

Please RSVP @ (561) 744-7474
Pre-pay to reserve your spot.

Riverbend Park - Full Moon Bike Ride

Riverbend Park - Friday, March 14th
(7:00pm - 9:00pm, Cost $5 pp)

Riverbend Park Full Moon Bike Ride

Enjoy Riverbend Park under the light of a full moon. This adventure is fun for the whole family. There will be a campfire after the ride!

For Reservations:
For reservations and information
please call park office: 561-741-1359

 The 29th Annual Palm Beach
International Boat Show

Downtown, West Palm Beach, FL
March 20 - 23, 2014

Palm Beach Boat Show

The 29th Annual Palm Beach International Boat Show is one of the top five boat shows in the country - featuring more than $1.2 billion  worth of boats,  yachts  and accessories from the world’s leading marine manufacturers. It is truly an International Show. The event includes hundreds of Boats from 8 foot inflatables, power boats, fishing boats, center consoles, bow riders, personal watercraft to superyachts over 150’. Show entrances will be located at  Evernia St./Flagler Dr. (waterfront) and North Clematis St./Flagler Dr. (waterfront).

Pioneer Family Farmstead Day
Riverbend Park, 9060 Indiantown Road
Jupiter, Florida 33478

March 22, 2014, 10:0
0am-3:00pm (Free event)
Pioneer Family Farmstead Day
Bring the whole family for a trip back in time to our Turn Of The Century Farmstead. We’ll have antique gas engines, tractors, sawmill demonstrations, battlefield tours, games for the kids and music and entertainment with an acoustic jam following music and entertainment.

For information, please call: 561-741-1359

 Riverbend Park Jupiter FL

Night on the Loxahatchee

Saturday, March 29, 2014, 7:00-9:30pm
River Center
 805 N US Highway-1
Jupiter, FL 33477

Night on the Loxahatchee

Night on the Loxahatchee, is the annual benefit for the River Center.  The proceeds raised will help fund the outstanding environmental education programming the River Center offers to all ages throughout the year.  This highly anticipated event hosted by Storm Team 5 Chief Meterologist, Steve Weagle, offers opportunities for socializing and learning more about one of the area’s greatest natural resources, the Loxahatchee River. 561-743-7123 

The Latest issue of the FWC's
 2013 Saltwater Fishing Regulations

Saltwater Fishing Regulations - July to December 2013
Centerfold chart listing all species regulations::

  The entire pamphlet can be view at this link:

Spiny Lobster is now Open!

The regular lobster season began Aug. 6 and runs through March 31, 2014

Spiny Lobsters - Lobster Season - Florida

The special two-day season occurs on the last consecutive Wednesday and Thursday in July each year to let recreational fishermen collect spiny lobsters before commercial lobster traps are placed in the water. Commercial fishermen may begin putting their traps in the water Aug. 1, and recreational and commercial fishermen may harvest spiny lobsters starting Aug. 6. Spiny lobsters must have a carapace length greater than 3 inches to be taken during the open seasons, and divers must possess a fishing license, measuring device and measure all lobsters in the water.



Fish and Wildlife Commission begins enforcement of paddleboard (SUP) Life Jacket/PFD law:

Versatile Inflatable SUP Board

Find Sale And Clearance Items at - Free shipping!

Map to show paddle trails from Vero Beach to the Keys:

Eco-tourism initiative revs up to promote Jupiter’s waterways, businesses:

Jupiter's Fullerton Island getting new life with kayak paths, docks, observation tower:

The ghost of Trapper Nelson haunts Hobe Sound:

New 20 slip boat dock provides more convenient access to John D. MacArthur Beach State Park's Munyon Island, accessible only by boat.

Discover the Loxahatchee River:

Loxahatchee River - Living Waters Video

Florida Department of Environmental Protection
Video Producer/Director  

LoxRiver Paddle


Jupiter: Park Improvement Projects Coming to North County (by: Commissioner Hal R. Valeche)

Riviera Beach: Phil Foster Park now has a new artificial reef and snorkel trail.

Juno: New docks along Intracoastal provide access to Juno Dunes Natural Area.

Jupiter: The County will spend about 3.6 million on improvements to 11.7-acre Fullerton Island, which will include removing 6 acres of exotic plants, 59,000 cubic yards of sand, building a 19-foot observation tower and floating dock with six slips, clearing kayak paths and maintaining the island, one-third of which is under water. Jupiter paid $2.9M in 2008.

Jupiter: The town spent $400,000 to build the inlet village marina on A1A near Guanabanas. The town paid $3.9 million for the vacant 1-acre parcel opened in November, 2010. The marina provides free daytime docking for about eight boats.

Jupiter: The county is considering a $5 million plan to build three public boat ramps at the proposed waterway park at the northwest corner of Indiantown Road and the Intracoastal Waterway.

Jupiter: Construction is underway to raise two stationary US-1 bridges near Burt Reynolds Park to the statewide standard 12-foot height.


LoxRiver Oyster Restoration:

Oyster Restoration Project News
Plan under way to revive oyster population

Map - Staging Area and Northwest Fork Locations

New! Volunteers build oyster beds in St. Lucie River

Please Help!
Report Sightings of Lionfish
in the Loxahatchee River area:

Loxahatchee River Lionfish

Loxahatchee River District ~ (561) 743-7123


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