Jupiter, Juno Beach and Palm Beach Gardens offer some of the greatest lifestyle opportunities, but the cost of living here exceeds the budgets of some people. One great way to enjoy them is purchase a home in Juno Ocean Walk. In years gone by, living in a manufactured home was considered part of the “Florida lifestyle”. But as the affluence of the area grew, these modest dwellings lost favor although they were successful in accomplishing one thing: You could live the coastal Florida lifestyle without breaking the bank. And because each of these small communities was tightly knit, community bonds were formed that were often lacking in larger developments.
Juno Ocean Walk is located on the northern edge of one of the largest natural preserve areas in the northern county which stretches from the ocean on the east to the Intracoastal Waterway on the west. Here hiking and bike paths crisscross through acres of natural, scrub vegetation. Head out your front door and you are just ¼ mile from the Juno Beach Pier where fisherman gather and catch large snook, pompano along the shore, migrating bluefish and out near the end of the pier they catch mackerel. It is not uncommon to see fisherman leaving the pier with their catch limits in any one of these categories.
From the Pier north to Jupiter you will find 5 miles of wide, clean beaches where folks stroll in the mornings to watch the sun come up, surf, kite board or bring their dogs to play off the lease. Jupiter Beach is “dog friendly” so you are welcome to bring the pups and let them run off some energy.
And since Juno Beach is close to Palm Beach Gardens, great shopping at The Gardens Mall, Downtown at the Gardens and Legacy Place is less than a 10 minute drive.