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Juno Beach

Juno Beach is a quiet oceanfront community with a small-town atmosphere tucked neatly between the Atlantic Ocean and the Intracoastal Waterway. The location makes it ideal for a vacation or retirement retreat as well as a permanent home. Juno Beach is located on a barrier island along the Atlantic coastal ridge just north of West Palm Beach. The town was incorporated in 1953 with approximately 130 year round residents and 1500 seasonal population.

Year-round sunny skies and balmy tropical temperatures make Juno Beach on the Florida Treasure Coast and the Palm Beaches a superb place to experience the outdoors and enjoy recreational activities. Located in Palm Beach County with the Atlantic Ocean and Intracoastal Waterway nearby, this community is unsurpassed for scenic beauty.

Juno Beach coast is an ideal playground for water sports, with water temperatures that are comfortable year-round. Boating enthusiasts can enjoy the many marinas along the Intracoastal Waterway and Atlantic Ocean inlets which offer powerboat and sailboat rentals. For those seeking more active water sports, there is water-skiing, windsurfing, kayaking and parasailing. Proximity to Gulf Stream waters offers a wide variety of deep-sea fishing. Charter boats are also available for those that want to give it a try.

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The Loxahatchee River is Florida 's only "National Wild and Scenic River ." The river is famous for its large stand of Bald Cypress, its countless birds and diverse wildlife. Eco-tours on the river are a favorite pastime of tourists and residents alike. The Palm Beach Zoo is a well-known regional zoo in a picturesque setting. Also nearby is Knollwood Groves in Boynton Beach , where you can discover old Florida with a narrated tram ride through the county's oldest working orange grove.

Juno Beach is a quiet oceanfront community with a small-town atmosphere. The location makes it an ideal retirement retreat as well as a perfect permanent hometown. As a community concerned with the local ecology and having plenty of open space, about 43% of Juno Beach is either county park land or environmentally sensitive lands.

Looking for something to do? You'll never get bored here, we can guarantee it! The Juno Beach Fishing Pier is a beautiful 990-foot pier which includes two shade structures, fish cleaning tables and food concessions. Whether you are fishing or just out for a stroll, it is perfect. Juno Beach is also home to Loggerhead Park, which features nature trails, a guarded beach and a children's play area. The recently-completed Lake Walk is the most extensive and visible beautification project in the history of the town and features landscaping and lighting around Pelican Lake . From May to September each year, guides introduce newcomers to turtle watching as the sea turtles return to lay their eggs with 1000 nesting per mile.

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