Jupiter Beach Clean Up | Waterfront Properties

Gerald Lombardo
Posted by Gerald Lombardo
Updated on
Published in Ocean & Beaches

 On the first Saturday of every month, you can join the friends of Jupiter to help clean one of the most popular sections of our favorite local beach.

Volunteers will clean a 2 and a half mile stretch of beach from the Juno Beach Pier to the southern edge of Carlin Park. Some sections require driving; some sections require walking.

When you get to the Anita Lankler Pavilion you will sign in and get your free prize ticket. Then you’ll grab your gloves, grabbers & small bags, provided by us.  Join a team.  Follow Team Captain (orange shirts) instructions for cleanup areas.  Some sections require driving, some sections require walking.  Clean on the beach, along walkways, under crossovers, in parking areas, in the park, etc.

  • Note: Please, No Dogs.

  • When: Saturday at 8:00am to 10:00am

  • Where: Ocean Cay Park, southeast corner of  US Hwy. 1 at 2188 Marcinski Road.  (North of Donald Ross Rd., South of Indiantown Rd.). Anita Lankler Pavilion (which faces the beach road.)  

  • What To Wear: Closed-toe shoes, hats, sunscreen, bug spray.  NO FLIP FLOPS.  Protect arms and legs.

LEAVE BAGS BY THE TRASHCANS ON THE SIDEWALK; not on the beach, not on the road.  Help Team Captains dump into large black bags or blue recyclables bags.

Free Food: Return before 9:30am, enjoy a variety of breakfast foods, home-baked goods, drinks, old & new friends and FREE PRIZES!     By 10:00 am, you’re out of there!

Fair Weather Friends: Beach cleanups are canceled in rain or dangerous weather.

If in doubt call by 7:00am 561 – 748 – 8140. If there is no cancel message, the cleanup is a GO.  If canceled, no rescheduling, see you next month!

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