It’s all about the beach.
If you’re moving to Jupiter area then chances are the terrific Jupiter Beach and Juno Beach had something to do with it. It truly is unique in this are to have such a large, well maintained beach. As I have stated before Jupiter is the end of the sub tropical zone. Just a little bit further to the north and the water get’s cold very quickly. Thus if you live in even say Hutchinson Island you do not go to the beach in the winter. Next to the south is Jupiter Island. Forget about. The who’s who do not want people going to the beach on Jupiter Island. There’s a little bit at the end of Bridge Road and little bit at the south end. Singer Island has some public beach but it’s small and gets crowded. Palm Beach also has some public beach but much like Jupiter Island they don’t have anyplace near enough parking to allow people to use it and the town charges to park on the street there. So, what we have is a picture perfect 10.5+ mile stretch of beaches that really begin with MacArthur State Park and all the way to the Jupiter Inlet. Granted there are a few notable exceptions being Lost Tree Village and Seminole Landing but one can walk the beach there generally speaking without being chased off. Elin Nordegren, (former wife to Tiger Woods) could live anyplace in the world she wanted to and she chose to live along this stretch of beach.
OK, enough boasting. The beach is great. I came across this Jupiter Florida Beach Access Map and it really does say it all. Look at all that free parking and beach access points, many of which have showers and drinking fountains.
The big difference between Jupiter Beach and Juno Beach is that Jupiter is a dog friendly beach. Juno Beach does not allow dogs on the beach. Depending upon your view, this is great or not so much.