5 Things to do in Juno Beach, Florida!
1.) Juno Beach Pier
The Juno Beach Pier offers saltwater fishing and delightful opportunities to adore the lovely views from sun-up to sundown. The full-service Pier features a snack bar, fishing tackle and bait.
2.) Juno Beach
Considered one of the cleanest beaches in South Florida, this dog-friendly beach is a great place to relax and unwind. This free parking beach is equipped with bathrooms, lifeguards and rinsing stations as well as shaded areas. The Juno Beach Park is a great place to take a swim and grab your board for a great surf session.
3.) Kagan Park & Pelican Lake
Kagan Park is a nice recessed area by a small lake called Pelican Lake. The area has basketball hoops and workout stations with plenty of playground structure for kids. The 12 acre lake with paver-brick sidewalk makes an enjoyable 1 mile walk. The assortment of vegetation and water life mixed in with a gazebo viewing station, benches and picnic tables create an ideal park to visit both day and night, due to the lighting around the lake.
4.) Bert Winters Park
An Intracoastal Waterway frontage of the Juno Park has a boat launching ramp and canoe/kayaking access. Fishing opportunities from the dock is open to the public as well as lighted court facilities and athletic fields. Another great feature to spend the day at the Juno Park is the picnic areas with grills and restroom facilities on the property.
5.) Loggerhead Marinelife Center, Inc.
Loggerhead Marinelife Center is a non-profit learning and ocean protection facility on the Atlantic Ocean. The center creates a home for live sea turtles and other coastal sea creatures that are in need of aid or relief. A free admission to all the aquariums, lectures and exhibits. “The health of our oceans and beach is vital to the South Florida economy.”