Named after the Roman king of the gods, the town of Jupiter, along with the neighboring Palm Beaches, entices the vacationing family with a nearly endless variety of outdoor activities.
We hope the following tips will help you plan your trip and enjoy making the most of your time in Jupiter, Florida.
- Jupiter is one of Palm Beach County’s premier locations. Here you’ll find everything from world-class scuba diving and golfing to the quiet refuge of the Busch Wildlife Sanctuary and the luxurious shopping of the Gardens Mall.
- Jupiter’s high season is winter, from mid-December to mid-April. During this time, the sub-tropical climate fluctuates, so pack light sweaters to wear at night on the beach or while strolling the Riverwalk.
- Rain showers can be frequent during the Spring season, which runs from mid-March to May. Thunderstorms typically arrive in the mid-afternoon, so it’s best to plan your outdoor activities in the mornings or evenings.
- Hurricane season typically runs from July to November and if traveling during this time, please consider purchasing trip insurance.