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Boat Ramps To Launch Your Boat in Jupiter

Posted by Brittany Bosher on Wednesday, August 23rd, 2017 at 3:38pm.

The goal for many of us that live in south Florida is often to have the iconic piece of real estate. For some that means golf course front, for others it may mean beachfront or waterfront. If you happen to be a boater in Jupiter, and do not have the waterfront piece of real estate we all dream of, don’t fret! Here is a list of boat ramps perfect for launching your boat into the blue waters of Jupiter for a day with the water. 

Waterway Park 
3630 Indiantown Road
Jupiter, Florida 33477

Waterway Park is currently the newest boat ramp in Jupiter, located just off of Indiantown Road. The hours of this park are from sunrise to sunset. Some of the amenities that you can enjoy when utilizing Waterway Park include: 3 boat launching ramps which are free to the public but a boat trailer parking permit is required and they can be purchased for $10 on site. A kayak and canoe launching site, clean and private restrooms, pier fishing and staging and floating docks that are 40ft each with a boat basin of 170 linear feet. 

Burt Reynolds Park
East: 805 U.S. Highway 1, Jupiter, Florida 33477
West: 800 U.S. Highway 1, Jupiter, Florida 33477 

Burt Reynolds Park has long been a favorite boat launching spot for local fisherman and commercial fisherman. The hours for both the east and the west parks are sunrise to sunset. The park offers 24-hour parking, but a daily trailer permit is required which can be purchased for $10 on site. There is also, 24-hour ramp access and parking available, boat trailer and tow vehicle parking permitted (24-hour period maximum). Boaters requiring more extended stay periods must utilize alternate parking location. Some of the amenities you can enjoy while using Burt Reynolds Parks include both launching ramps and docks, saltwater fishing, horseshoe pits, canoe, kayak and paddle boarding launching beach, picnic areas, children’s play structure, sand volleyball and restrooms. 

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