Nestled between Jupiter and North Palm Beach, Juno Beach is home to a laid-back atmosphere and a beautiful sandy coastline. Juno Beach is located on a barrier island between the Intracoastal waterway and the Atlantic Ocean. The popular of the small town is roughly around 3,700 as of 2017 and is home to the Loggerhead Marinelife Center, the Juno Beach Pier, and gets to witness the Sea Turtle Nesting season every year.
On any given day, you’ll see fishermen and visitors on the Juno Beach Pier hoping to get a glimpse at some of the Marinelife below. The pier is a main hub of the town and features a snack bar, bait shop, fishing pole rentals, and a perfect view. The pier is part of the Juno Beach Park which is a popular beach spot for surfers, kiteboarders and swimmers.
Every May through October, sea turtles come to Juno Beach to the densest sea turtle nesting ground area in the world. Where thousands of sea turtle nests are counted each year by the Loggerhead Marinelife Center. The Marinelife Center is a fully working sea turtle research and rehabilitation center for injured and endangered sea turtles. Sea Turtles from all over the world are brought to the sea turtle hospital and nursed back to health before being released back into the ocean.
Juno Beach also is home to the Juno Dunes Natural Area, a 569 acre preserve that features the highest natural point in Palm Beach County. In addition to the numerous indoor and outdoor activities Juno Beach has numerous great restaurants and shops to add to this quite beach town.
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