Blog Entries Tagged: Loxahatchee River Homes for Sale
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Take a guided tour through the wild and scenic Loxahatchee River and come across a rich diversity of wildlife, history, and nature. The Loxahatchee River tour starts out narrow and twisty as it meanders its way downstream from Riverbend Park toward the Atlantic Ocean.   The wild and scenic Loxahatchee River is a 7.6-mile-long river that flows out of the Jupiter Inlet and into the sparkling Atlantic Ocean. The Loxahatchee River is known for its famous Cypress Forest which creates a canopy that creates a feeling like you are in another world.  

The river, named “lowchow” (turtle) and “hatchee” (river) by the Seminole Indians, is one of two nationally designated Wild and Scenic Rivers in Florida. The designation was issued on May 17, 1985. Portions of…

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Many residents of Palm Beach County are unaware that Jupiter, Florida was the site of three distinct wars. Native Americans occupied this territory and are honored to this day.  Many names of our towns are named in honor of the indigenous people who once lived here.  Names such as Tequesta and Miami are names of Native American tribes that once lived here. The Loxahatchee River was not originally named "Loxahatchee".  It is an Anglicized version of the river's earliest Seminole name, "Locha-hatchee" meaning turtle river.  The Seminoles occupied much of Florida.  After the American Revolution, Spain regained control of Florida from Britain. The Seminoles set up farms and acquired land grants from the Spanish.

The Seminole Wars, also known as the…

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Please see (below) the attached from FDOT Community Outreach Specialist, Angel Gardner. The existing four lane SR-5/US-1 Federal Highway Bridge over the Loxahatchee River/Atlantic Intracoastal Waterway (AICW), constructed in 1958 and includes a 116-ft twin double-leaf bascule span over the main channel, is to be replaced due to a combination of structural deficiencies and functional obsolescence. This is a very comprehensive package of what is going to happen.  In brief, the latest news on Jupiter’s US1 Bridge Replacement Project by FDOT Southeast Florida. 

The design plans for replacement of the US 1 bridge are close to being finalized, and a contractor will be chosen this spring. The first phase of construction, beginning in the summer of 2021,…

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The Loxahatchee River tour starts out narrow and twisty as it meanders its along its way downstream from Riverbend Park toward the Atlantic Ocean.  On this guided tour through the wild & scenic Loxahatchee River, you will get to encounter a rich diversity of wildlife, history, and wildlife. The wild and scenic Loxahatchee River is a 7.6-mile-long river and flows out of the Jupiter Inlet and into the Atlantic Ocean. The river is known for its famous Cypress forest that creates a canopy that creates a feeling like you are in another world.  

The river named “lowchow” (turtle) and “hatchee” (river) by the Seminole Indians, the beautiful Loxahatchee River is one of two nationally designated Wild and Scenic Rivers in Florida. The designation was issued…

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Kayaking the Loxahatchee River is one of the best ways to see what Old Florida may have been like up close.  Kayaking provides a rare opportunity to catch a glimpse of endangered, threatened, and unique animals, such as the bald eagle. It can take five hours or more to make the eight-mile trip from Riverbend Park in Jupiter to Jonathan Dickinson State Park, the largest state park in southeast Florida. You can rent a kayak easily at Riverbend Park Rentals or Canoe and Kayak Rentals at Jonathon Dickinson State Park.

There are kayaking options which are easier and family and kid friendly. There are welcoming 1-2 hour paddle tours as well. The river is lined with cypress trees, ferns, air plants and cypress knees along a narrow, twisty route. Expect to…

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Did you know that a group of British aviators landed their planes in Jupiter? They were allies with the United States and practiced water landings and takeoffs on Jupiter’s waterways the winter of 1916-1917.  The 3 small, single engine bi-winged seaplanes were obvious Allied Planes of World War I. They were painted with traditional motifs used at the time: wide vertical red, white and blue stripes on the rudder and circular targets on the wings. 

They were men were lodged at the local, Jupiter hotel, The Carlin House. Carlin White met his wife in the Town of Jupiter, they eloped in 1905 and in 1907 had a baby boy they named him Carlin. He was born in the Carlin House. It is not accurately identified when the Carlin family decided to convert the…

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The Cultural Council of the Palm Beaches held a meeting last week with local arts groups and cordiality companies.  The discussion pertained to a concerted effort by the Cultural Council to boost the number of tourists who travel to the Palm Beaches. The group would like to meet with marketing administrators of other cultural organizations hoping to take advantage of realistic cultural experiences to share with local residents and tourists.

Found in northern Palm Beach County, the Town of Jupiter was ranked one of “America’s Happiest Seaside Towns” by Living magazine. Not only does Jupiter have miles of coastline and a historical landmark on the Jupiter Inlet it is full of culture and arts. Take a tour of the historical Jupiter Lighthouse during…

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Photo Credit David Abernathy.

Jonathan Dickinson State Park just north of Jupiter, in Hobe Sound, is a natural wildlife park worthy of exploring with the entire family.  The park offers two full facility campgrounds and a youth/group simple campground.  The park itself rests several miles off the coastal shores of South Florida.  Almost 11,500 acres of land and Loxahatchee River host thirteen ecological communities from swamps to pine flatwoods, a “biological community so rare it is designated “globally imperiled”.

The park offers incredible views from a 124-foot observation tower overlooking the forest, the Intracoastal Waterway and the sparkling blue Atlantic Ocean. 

Running through the park is the Loxahatchee River.  Loxahatchee means…

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