The Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse and Museum is hosting their popular Hike Through History this Saturday May 5th.
The hike includes a 2-mile journey through the 120-acre Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse Natural Conservation Area to discover the history and nature of the historic Jupiter site. The site is just one of three natural sites in the United States that is protected by the Bureau of Land Management’s National Conservation Lands Programs. Tuesday, May 8th the Natural Conservation Area turns 10 years old and the Lighthouse is hosting several events to celebrate such as fishing, art, and photography. Click here to view the activities.
The hike welcomes adult and children, the minimum age for children is 5 years old and children 13 and under must be accompanied by an adult to hike. Guest are asked to wear hiking gear such as proper hiking footwear, active wear, hat, sunscreen, and a drink to carry along the tour route. The tour is based on the weather and the hike starts at 8:30 am to 10:30 am at the Museums’ flag pole, located at 500 Captain Armour’s Way in Jupiter.
The cost to Hike Through History is free, but if you are interested you are asked to RSVP to reserve a spot due to limited space. Call 561-747-8380 extension 101 to reserve your spot.