FL -Located between the towns of Palm Beach and
Hobe Sound, Jupiter offers excellent surfing conditions most
of the year. Our "off-season" is during the warm summer months; a good time for stand-up paddle
boarding, kayaking, or learning to surf. Once hurricane season kicks into high gear -- and the
winds pickup, so does our surf!
We generally get smaller surf in the 3 - 6 ft. range, with a few
really big days each year. Our waves offer excellent opportunities for beginning surfers to practice
their skills, as well as many days with a moderate south swell that provides "all day" action
for short and long boarders alike.
Our more seasoned surfers love the north swell that rolls in during the winter months, especially in spots
like "Reef Road" on Palm Beach. The Juno Pier offers one of the best (and popular) surf spots in Jupiter,
along with spots like the Jupiter Inlet South Jetty, Corners, and the Civic Center.
Head North to Jupiter Island and find excellent, less crowded
surf spots over shallow reefs and sandbars, or venture up the coast to Hutchinson Island or Sebastian
Inlet for bigger waves.
Just to our South is the Palm Beach Inlet, and "The Pump House"
on Singer Island; along with Reef Road on the island of Palm Beach (just south of the Palm Beach
Inlet). All of these surf spots offer excellent waves during a big
swell, although parking presents a bit of a challenge.
Check with the local surf shops for daily "Surf Reports", and be sure to check out the web cams, tide
charts, and marine forecasts available on our web site. Be safe and be sure to follow the "surfer
code of ethics" so you don't get in too much trouble out there!
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