Jupiter Island is a barrier island north of Jupiter, FL. The island is primarily residential with large estate homes both on the intracoastal waterway and ocean. Some properties also have ocean to intracoastal access. The Southern portion of the island is primarily oceanfront and Intracoastal front condos, including the new construction condo Seaglass. The small town of Jupiter Inlet Colony also occupies the Southern tip of the Island which is an enclave of single family homes, all with beach access.
Jupiter Island offers over 9 miles of sandy beaches on the east and intracoastal waterway on the west. Several parks are also on the island including Coral Cove Park which has public parking and beach access. Its also a favorite surf and snorkel spot for the locals.
Another attraction is Blowing Rocks Preserve which is owned by The Nature Conservancy. The preserve has the largest Anastasia limestone rocks on the state’s east coast.