1. Coral Cove Park
In Tequesta, Coral Cove Park is home to a 2 acre artificial reef project that is accessible right off the beach. As an amazing snorkeling spot, you are able to venture along jagged rocks and find many sea creatures on the bottom of the sea floor, including colorful fish and lobsters. It is a nice beach with plenty of picnic tables and rinsing stations to accompany the whole family.
2. Jupiter Pointe Paddling
Paddle boarding in paradise. Jupiter Pointe Paddling offers rental paddleboards and kayaks which will launch you into the clear waters of the Indian River Lagoon. Where you can paddle to the closest sandbar or take a journey to the Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse. On route, you can experience sea turtles, see blue herons and ibis flying through the mangroves and possibly see a gentle manatee swim by this magical scenic route.
3. TBC – Tequesta Brewing Company
Tequesta Brewing Company knows how to brew beer, with a rock solid lineup of great beers with some specialty beers rotating, there is always something new to try. The knowledgeable staff is very friendly and attentive to your taste buds. The setting is lighted up with blue LED illuminations, has massive stainless steel fermenting tanks and you are able to take home a growler full of your favorite brew to enjoy at home.
4. Shipwreck Bar & Grill
Shipwreck Bar & Grill has great food as well as ambiance. Consider this restaurant has a mini-museum, showcasing artifacts, relics and sea treasures from a Spanish ship that was wrecked in 1659, about a few hundred yards off the Jupiter Inlet. This rustic boating and beach culture of a restaurant fits the Tequesta lifestyle and the locals that live here.
5. Constitution Park
This hidden gem of a park is a great place for all age groups. There is a division between the playground equipment from older kids to the younger children and offers shaded swings, a skate park, walking paths, a basketball court and a gazebo and includes plenty of picnic pavilions to enjoy the outdoors.