Found 9 blog entries tagged as Surfing.

First of all: people unfamiliar with the area will ask, “Is there good surfing in West Palm Beach?” not understanding that West Palm Beach doesn't really have a beach. Surfing on Palm Beach island is a different story, but the only kind of West Palm Beach surfing is wakeboarding at Shark Wake Park. Our Palm Beach County slice of paradise is not only renowned for its stunning beaches and dreamt-about lifestyle, but also usually has the best surfing in all of South Florida (except for that late September 2022 blast from Hurricane Ian that pretty much bypassed the Palm Beaches completely and blew up in South Beach). So, in a strange, but particular order, let’s look at the best Palm Beach surfing and other surf spots near West Palm Beach.

palm beach surfing in peak season
First, let’s talk…

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Jupiter has miles and miles of beautiful beaches along its coastline. Jupiter’s beaches are known for their warm, clear waters and shores that are enveloped by the natural features of the area, such as dunes, mangroves, and sea grape trees. Each area of Jupiter's beachfront has a different feel, whether you are looking to have a family picnic, catch a wave, search for shells, or bring your furry family member to play at the beach.

Jupiter is home to one of the last friendly dog beaches around. Dogs are allowed on the beach between dune walkovers 26-57, or approximately between Ocean Cay Park and Carlin Park. Click here to see a map Jupiter-beaches-map-pdf of Jupiter’s dog beach.


Unspoiled Juno Beach has the best dog-friendly beach…

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Jupiter’s charm is unmatched. Locals live peaceful, relaxing, coastal lives. The environments and nature are gorgeous.

With different sections of beaches to enjoy, Jupiter locals enjoy the perfect climate of South Florida while enjoying incredible activities. Not to mention the unparalleled wildlife that you can see almost everywhere you turn. 

Jupiter is very quickly becoming a popular place to go scuba diving in Florida for more advanced divers.

Jupiter is home to one of the few remaining truly off-leash dogs-friendly beaches in the state.  Jupiter’s Town Council has adopted a stretch of land for you to bring your fur-baby and let it run free!

Jupiter has some of the bluest water in the western Atlantic thanks to the warm water from the…

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With 825 miles of beaches to choose from, it is hard to resist the relaxing waters, spectacular sunrises and sunsets and sand that ranges from powdery white to hard-packed seashells and other jewels. Southeast Florida beaches are among the best beaches in the world, frequently leading in the rankings on beach expert lists. Here are three of the top surf spots in northern Palm Beach County.


Hobe Sound Beach

Hobe Sound is centrally located between Jupiter and Stuart along Florida’s Atlantic coast. Hobe Sound is home to some of the most beautiful nature spots and beaches in the state. Surf Forecast: Click here.

Precisely?  Hobe Sound Public Beach at the north end is the finest spot inside the Hobe Sound Beach community.

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The Palm Beaches have miles of great surf. It’s no wonder our area has helped shape some equally great surfers. Jupiter Magazine ran a piece recently featuring some of Palm Beach County’s best young surfers, here are a few who made the list.

Sarah Abbott, 16

Sarah Abbott was 10 when she attended her first surf camp at Blue Water School of Surfing. “I loved it so much that all I wanted to do was go surfing every day,” she recalls. Since then, the high school junior has spent most of her time perfecting her craft and moving up in the ranks of some of the nation’s biggest surf competitions. She took first place in the 2018 Eastern Surfing Aassociation’s (ESA) Southeast Regional Championships in the girls U16 (under-16) division, leading her to the…

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The Single Fin Showdown is an annual surf and skim festival held in Stuart. Last year, the Showdown attracted 150 competitors and 1,500 festival spectators. “Single Fin” means that contestants in the event ride 60's and 70's Single Fin Shortboards (provided) for the shortboard divisions and any board 9' and up for the Longboard divisions. 

The Single Fin Showdown is the perfect for families and those interested in watersports like surfing and skimming. The event is meant to bring the surfing community together, and what started in 2009 with a small group of surfers riding vintage single fin surfboards for bragging rights, has evolved into one of the largest one-day, amateur surf and skim festivals in Florida.

All proceeds from this year’s event…

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Fall is officially here, but it's still hot enough to enjoy our beaches and many water activities on the sunny South Florida coast. From a relaxing kayak paddle on the river to swimming with sharks in the deep blue, there's something for every water-lover in Palm Beach County.

1. Go kayaking at one of these parks

Kayaking is one of the most tranquil activities to experience on the water. You can go tandem with a friend in a two-seater or you can go alone and listen to some tunes on a bluetooth speaker. Kayaking puts you super close to the water's surface, so you can see manatees, dolphins and turtles swim right up next to you. Some of the best places to rent a vessel and take a refreshing paddle include Peanut Island, Okeeheelee Park, Jonathan…

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Yes, you read that correctly- on November 25th, Furry Friends Adoption Clinic & Ranch invites you to hang 20 with your furry best friend at Carlin Park in Jupiter at the Surf Dog Classic and Holiday Beach Bash.

This is a free event open to the public, but donations and sponsorships are welcome! The event features a “Bark and Brunch”, a dog bikini contest, a blessing of the animals, a vendor village, and of course- the main event will be the dog surf competition 8:30 – 11:00am.

After the competition, “Paws and Pizza” will ensure, as well as a steel drum band, pet photos with surfin’ Santa, and a kids zone with face painting.

Proceeds benefit Furry Friends Adoption Clinic and Research, a no-kill non-profit animal shelter with a veterinarian…

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Sebastian Inlet is part of the east coast’s surfing epicenter and one of the biggest beach breaks on the Atlantic Coastline.  The inlet is located at the southern end of Sebastian Inlet State Park in Brevard County and Indian River County.  It is home to the largest concentration of surf shops and board builders.

Just north of Vero Beach, Palm Beach County,12 miles straight up U.S. Highway One, and 15 miles south of Melbourne, the Sebastian Inlet was originally cut in 1872.  It was known as Gibson’s Cut.  The settler, David Peter Gibson, attempted to open up a cut into the Atlantic Ocean.  He did not acquire title to the property where the digging took place until 1885.  At the time, the cut was only 260 feet wide and the distance was only 120…

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