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Official Guide to the Loxahatchee River and Jupiter Outdoors  

 Loxahatchee River .net -- Your Coastal Connection!

Trail Maps, Paddle Maps, Eco-Tours

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 Loxahatchee - Your Coastal Connection!


Ready for your next outdoor adventure? Use the trail and paddle maps below for ideas and reference points when planning your next outing.

Many of our trails are shared as "multi-use" for hiking, biking, running, or riding. Jupiter has miles of trails to discover on land (greenways) and on the water (blueways).

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Ready to get wet? Our paddle trails are great fun to explore from your Stand Up Paddleboard (SUP), sea kayak, or small vessel; just be sure to pay special attention to the tide, wind, currents, and local weather conditions before you embark on your next excursion.

Along the way, you can paddle around the waters of the Loxahatchee River, Sawfish Bay, the Intracoastal Waterway (ICW), and the Indian River Lagoon. Check out the great sandbars, swim and snorkeling areas, lagoons, and spoil islands such as Fullerton Island.

On Jupiter Island, you can easily "park and play" along the ICW and ocean -- this is a great area for beginners to snorkel or paddle. Here you'll find blue water, sea grass beds, ocean reefs and sandy beaches. Walk over to Coral Cove Park beach on the ocean, or pick a secluded spot along the Intracoastal Waterway as you relax and watch the boats cruise by.

The waterway that runs adjacent to the eastern shoreline of the Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse Natural Area (JILONA) is known as the "Jupiter Narrows". This beautiful waterway is part of the ICW and is also the beginning of the Indian River Lagoon. Known for its azure blue waters, teaming with life, it is most enjoyable during the "incoming" high-tide when the clear waters of the Atlantic Ocean flow into the Jupiter Inlet, Loxahatchee River, and ICW.

Rather play in the woods? Be sure to check out our trail maps for biking, hiking, running or riding. We present details on the best shared-use trails for all your adventuring. Here you'll find a variety of trail maps and terrain options that interconnect our parks, greenways, and natural areas, along the Loxahatchee River corridor.

Get outside and try something new -- whether you like to canoe, kayak, SUP, swim, snorkel, sail, fish, paddle, dive, float, boat, pedal, row, run, ride, bike, or hike. Plan your next outing here:

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 Land Trails - Greenways - Trail Maps

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WARNING:  Local waterways may contain dangerous waves, currents, fast-moving water, boat traffic, along with marine, man-made, natural, or "other" hazardous conditions that may exceed your expectations or limitations. Any swimmer, diver, paddler, or passenger shall approach or visit each waterway at his or her own risk. This website, its owners, operators, affiliates, members, or associates are not responsible for any hazards which may exist or arise on, about, or near any of the waterways or trails you choose to visit, or for any injuries or fatalities which may occur as a result of any person's presence on, about, or near them. This information is provided for general reference purpose only, and should not be used for navigation.




Northeast Everglades Natural Area (NENA)

Cypress Creek Natural Area and the Historic Jupiter-Indiantown Trail

Official Grand Opening was held on Saturday, March 24, 2012

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The Palm Beach County Board of County Commissioners is pleased to announce the grand opening of the Cypress Creek Natural Area and the Historic Jupiter-Indiantown Trail.. Visit information stations along the trail to learn more about the natural area, the shared trail, and the public-use facilities.



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Shared-Use Trails for hiking, biking, and horseback Riding

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