Blog Entries Tagged: Tequesta
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In honor of Wimbledon, the oldest and prestigious Tennis Tournament, beginning next week in Wimbledon, England, we rounded some of the Best Public Tennis Courts in Northern Palm Beach County to channel your favorite Tennis star. 

Public Tennis Courts in Northern Palm Beach County.

Carlin Park: Jupiter

Jupiter Bay Tennis Club: Jupiter

Jupiter Ocean and Racquet Club: Jupiter

Lighthouse Park: Jupiter

Jupiter Community Park: Jupiter

Abacoa Clay Courts: Jupiter

Juno Park: Juno Beach

Bert Winters Park: Juno Beach

Palm Beach Gardens Tennis and Pickleball Center: Palm Beach Gardens

North Palm Beach Country Club: North Palm Beach

Private Neighborhoods with Tennis Courts in Northern Palm Beach County.

Tequesta Country…

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Owning a boat can come with a lot of expensive fees. Luckily for us there are plenty of boat clubs that you can join to avoid the hassle and responsibility of owning a boat. For a membership fee you can access a boat’s club wide range of boats for every boating adventure. 

Here is a guide to the local boat clubs to consider joining.

Jupiter Pointe Club and Marina

Located in Tequesta, this marina has a wide variety of options from an annual membership to a limited plan where you can rent a boat for half a day. All new members are required to take a boating class prior to going out on the water. Jupiter Pointe is also home to the popular Blue Pointe Bar and Grill to grab a bite to eat before heading out on the water for the day. 

Jupiter…

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October is National Pizza Month.  Pizza Today Magazine decided to dedicate a month to pizza and chose October. Many people in Palm Beach County must enjoy pizza by the number of pizza places in the county!

Modern pizza evolved from similar flatbread dishes in Naples, Italy in the 18th or early 19th century. The word pizza was first documented in A.D. 997 in Gaeta and successively in different parts of Central and Southern Italy. Pizza was mainly eaten in Italy and brought to the United States by emigrants from there.

Palm Beach County is home to plenty of great places to stop by and grab a pizza.  Check out any of the eateries for some of the fantastic pizza and you are sure to be satisfied...

Pizza al Fresco: Palm Beach

Lynora’s: West…

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Northern Palm Beach County is home to many great local and delicious restaurants, diners, and cafes that are open and serve breakfast. Breakfast is often considered the most important meal of the day for many reasons. Many studies have linked eating breakfast to good health, a boost in energy and alertness, and many others.

If you are on the lookout for a great spot to grab some breakfast during the week or on a weekend, here is a list of just some of the best breakfast spots to grab some pancakes, waffles, and pastries in Northern Palm Beach County.

Berry Fresh Café

Lighthouse Diner

The Royal Café

First Watch

Center Street Nook

Maplewood Bagel Market

Lazy Loggerhead Café

Jim’s Place

Juno Beach Café

Jupiter Rinaldis

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The Lighthouse ArtCenter is celebrating its recent reopening and the debut of the newly renovated School of Art by hosting in-person Fall Session Art Classes. The classes and sessions will take place at its location in Tequesta beginning next Monday, October 19th through December 19th.

The eight-week session will take students through courses in ceramics, fused glass, jewelry, drawing, metalsmithing, painting, photography, mixed media, and sculpture. New this season, the ArtCenter will also be hosting painting classes under the new chickee hut outside. In addition to the Fall classes and workshops, all are welcomed to join in on their new “Select Fridays” workshops on Friday evenings through the end of April 2021.

For more information about the…

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One of the most interesting characters in Palm Beach County history is “Trapper Nelson”, a legendary woodsman with a scandalous past who owned 858 acres on the Loxahatchee River in Jupiter, Florida.

Originally born as Victor Nostokovich of Trenton, New Jersey, Trapper Nelson served time in Mexico for gun-running, and headed east after his release to settle in Jupiter with a new name.

He built a private paradise along the Loxahatchee River, where he constructed a handmade zoo where tourists would come to view his bobcats, raccoons, possums, alligators, and snakes.

Known as “Tarzan of the Loxahatchee”, he’d wrestle alligators, trap panthers, and amaze guests with his dashing good looks and stories of the wild.

Boat captains would bring tourists…

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Grab your snorkeling mask and goggles and head to northern Palm Beach County and visit some of the best snorkeling spots in our area. Northern Palm Beach County is filled with marine life and corals that attract hundreds of different kinds of tropical fish right below the water’s surface.

Here are some hidden gem’s and must-see snorkel spots in our area.

Hidden Gem: Cato’s Bridge in Jupiter

Experience Level: Advanced

Many consider snorkeling under Cato’s Bridge to be one of the best snorkeling spots ever. Cato’s Bridge is the drawbridge that takes vehicles from Tequesta to Jupiter Island, near the Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse. Many fish swim underneath and around the bridge and many local snorkelers and advanced snorkelers find snorkeling in this…

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Tequesta, a small quite village located in northern Palm Beach County surrounded by the blue waters of the intracoastal waterway and the Loxahatchee River. Tequesta is located just north of Jupiter along US Highway One and to the west of the Jupiter Inlet Colony.

The village was named Tequesta after the Tequesta Indians and in the 1950’s was formed as part of one mans dream. Over the years Tequesta has become a wonderful waterfront and golf course community that over 7,000 people call home.

Tequesta is home to Constitution Park which hosts numerous events such as the Food Truck Pow Wow that occurs several times a year. The park has playgrounds, walking trails, basketball courts, fitness stations, picnic pavilions and a rock-climbing area to name a…

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The Florida State Park is located five miles north of Jupiter in Martin County between Tequesta and Hobe Sound. Jonathan Dickinson State Park got is name after a Quaker merchant named Jonathan Dickinson who wreaked his boat off the coast in 1696.

The Park served as an army base and home to Camp Murphy during the second World War. Today, you can still see the barracks throughout the park. After the war, the property was transferred back to the state in 1947 to be used as a state park. The state park officially opened to the public in 1950.

Today, the Jonathan Dickinson State Park features a variety of natural habitats, river swamps, wildlife, hiking and biking trails, mangroves, guided tours, 16 natural communities, water activities, observations…

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The Lighthouse ArtCenter in Tequesta is opening its world class art programs with an innovative approach.

 The new program introduced is for children ages 6 through 12. Children can join in on their “Super Summer” program and they will receive an ArtCamp in each box every week available by curbside pickup at the center or by mail.

The “Super Summer” art camp combines independent exploration and three optional interactive and zoom led classes with the help of the community. Each week, the box will contain the supplies needed to create your own characters and pieces. Virtual shows will be on Friday’s to show and explain their work.

The “Super Summer” art camp runs from June 1st through July 31st. Summer classes and programs for older children…

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