Found 94 blog entries tagged as Beaches.

Quickly becoming one of the most highly sought-after towns in Palm Beach County, Palm Beach Gardens offers more than just lush golf courses and upscale shopping. It's a stone's throw away from some of the most beautiful beaches in Palm Beach County, making it a perfect spot for beach enthusiasts. If you're wondering where to soak up the sun, swim in the crystal-clear waters, or just enjoy a day by the sea, here's your ultimate guide to the best beaches near Palm Beach Gardens.

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Juno Beach

Just a short drive from Palm Beach Gardens, Juno Beach stands out for its pristine conditions and family-friendly atmosphere. The Juno Beach Pier is a hotspot for fishing and offers stunning views of the Atlantic Ocean. The beach is also a haven for marine life,…

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Every Saturday morning, the Loggerhead Marinelife Center partners with local organizations to help keep our beautiful beaches clean.

The Self-Guided Beach Clean Up requires no reservations or pre-requirements. Simply just show up with gloves and a bucket and begin. The Beach Clean Up happens on the beach near the Loggerhead Marinelife Center.

The Self-Guided Clean Up was added to their calendar every Saturday morning in 2020 due to its popularity. The weekly event asks for volunteers to help in doing our part to keep our beaches clean and to help protect our oceans and Marinelife. 

Beach Clean Up Details:

When: Saturday mornings

Time: 8:30 am to 11:30 am at your convenience

Cost: Free

Location: The beach located near or around the…

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The 2023 Sea Turtle Nesting Season has officially begun, and you might have noticed some beach markers in the sand recently. Those nests are blocked off to the public to help protect the sea turtle nests. Sea Turtle Nesting Season begins March 1st and goes through October 31st, and the beaches of Jupiter and Juno Beach are a popular sea turtle nesting spot. 

Researchers at the Loggerhead Marinelife Center have been on the look out for sea turtle nests along the beaches in Northern Palm Beach County. Sea turtles nest along the 9.5 mile sandy shoreline from the Northern Palm Beach County Line to the northern boundary of the John D. MacArthur Beach State Park every day. This area is popular for sea turtles due to the current gulf stream that curves…

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This Saturday and Sunday morning you will have the opportunity to catch the sunrise from the top of the Jupiter Lighthouse. The famous red lighthouse in Jupiter is hosting their Sunrise Tours. 

Climb to the top of the Jupiter Lighthouse and catch the incredible sunrise over the Atlantic Ocean before starting your weekend off. The special Sunrise Tours will only be offered for a limited time, so get your tickets early. 

Tickets are $30 dollars per person or $25 dollars for children and Lighthouse members. Tickets can be purchased online here. 

Bring your sunglasses and your cameras and catch the specular sunrise over Jupiter this weekend. 

Lighthouse Sunrise Tour Details:

When: Saturday, March 25th and Sunday, March 26th.

Time: 6:45…

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The popular Loggerhead Marinelife Center located on US 1 in Juno Beach hosts a daily Public Guided Tour for a chance for the public to get a sneak peek inside the facility.  

The Loggerhead Marinelife Center is a non-profit sea turtle research and rehabilitation center. The centers mission is to protect the oceans ecosystem and all that live in it. The Marinelife Center provides care to injured and endangered sea turtles before releasing them back into the ocean. 

The Public Guided Tours happen daily at 3pm. During the tour, visitors will get a look inside the facility and learn about the treatment and care provided to injured or endangered sea turtles. The tours cost $20 dollars per person and last about an hour. Registration is required and…

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The Palm Beaches are home to the best beaches in Southeast Florida.  Nearly 30 tropical beach parks span 47 miles along the Atlantic Ocean, from Jupiter to Boca Raton. Explore all the beautiful sandy shores and find your perfect beach whether you are looking for a beach to let your dog run, surf, picnic or just sit under a coconut tree and read a book.

The Palm Beaches are home to top beach towns, top beach resorts, and top-rated beaches in the area. After all, we have “beach” in our name. With 47 miles of pristine Atlantic coastline and expanses of gilded sand to pick from, it would be impossible to name the best beach. Instead, here's a list of some of our favorite white sand beaches for sun and fun so you can decide which oceanfront strand gets…

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The Friends of Jupiter Beach's August beach cleanup is slated for this Saturday, August 6th, 2022, from 8:00 A.M. to 10:00 A.M. at Ocean Cay Park in Jupiter. The beach cleanup helps to keep trash away from the local wildlife while also helping to maintain the beaches for generations to come. For more information on the Friends of Jupiter Beach clean-up efforts please visit the FJB Facebook page. 

The cleanup will be at a 2 ½ mile stretch from the Juno Beach Pier and continue to the southern edge of Carlin Park. Please use beach crossovers 22-59 and enjoy a variety of breakfast foods, drinks, old and new friends, and an opportunity to win a FREE PRIZE!

When you arrive at Ocean Cay Park:

-        Sign in and get a lottery ticket for a chance to…

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Sun safety is always in season. Just ask your dermatologist. Whether you are a boater, a beach comber, nature lover or an outdoor sports enthusiast, summertime in Palm Beach County cannot be beat. Take advantage of all the splendor that nature shares and soak up the sun.

There are 47 miles of beaches in the Palm Beach area. Did you know that Palm Beach County is the largest county in the state? Anyone who enjoys the beach knows first-hand that there is no inconvenient time to visit its shores. Whether it is to watch the sun rise, go for an early morning jog, sunbathe, dip in the ocean or star gaze when the sun goes down. The beaches here are possibly the most wonderful and inviting you will find anywhere.

If you are captivated by the beach, you…

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Many hands make for little work! Jupiter and Juno Beach have some of the most pristine beaches in Palm Beach County. It is all in thanks to locals who volunteer to keep the beach clean. There are organized beach clean ups to attend or just do your own beach clean-up on your own.

Thousands of marine animals globally have been affected by plastic pollution, including sea turtles, seabirds, and marine mammals. Beach clean-ups are vital to mitigate the problem caused by ocean debris and the danger that plastic pollution poses to marine life.

Here are ten suggestions to keep the beaches clean and safe:

  1. Stay away from plastic bags! Instead of using plastic bags to bring your snacks, use reusable bags and containers.
  2. Bring a trash bag with you…

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Sometimes you just can make it to the ocean, so bring the ocean to you – via webcam! Live webcams offer virtual excursions to Palm Beach County sights and attractions, including beaches, shorelines, and piers. Rain or shine watch the waves roll ashore. Let the sparkles glisten on the ocean’s surface, bright white beaches, and Palm fronds sway in the tropical breeze.

From home, soak up dazzling ocean scenes and other sights from the Palm Beaches including inlets and the Port of Palm Beach. Some live webcams are right in the water and feature sea life swimming along. 

Watch for free online. No sunscreen is required. Flip-flops optional.

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