Exquisite landscaping paired with an outdoor lifestyle


Welcome to Jupiter

Flecked with tropical trees and charming streets winding through vibrant communities, Jupiter’s pristine landscaping with dazzling views of the waterways has made it one of the most sought-after communities in Florida. Its most unique homes can be found along the Loxahatchee River, but plenty of exquisite properties also fleck the luscious landscape of the town’s golf communities, boasting Spanish-style facades or modern tropical homes lying steps from the ocean and beaches. An atmosphere of serenity cloaks the town, and locals are drawn in for the promise of limitless outdoor adventures, where the Intracoastal Waterways lure you out for paddleboarding and kayaking, while days of abundant sunshine can be relished on tucked-away beaches and spectacular golf courses. Come here for world-class sportfishing and yummy sunrise meals at eateries lining the Intracoastal, but stay for the welcoming community vibes, ocean breezes, and dazzling year-round climate.

What to Love

  • Pinnacle of outdoor living
  • Picturesque landscape
  • Incredible community amenities
  • Sandy, remote beaches

Local Lifestyle

A beautiful town with a suburban feel, Jupiter is vibrant and family-friendly. With its pristine stretches of white-sand beaches plus an active, outdoorsy lifestyle to boot, Jupiter continues to attract families and retirees looking for a warm, welcoming place to call home. Locals bring their furry babies along to the beach or spend their evenings playing golf on a course overlooking the dazzling blue waters.

Dining, Entertainment & Shopping

Jupiter bustles with flourishing shopping centers and high-end restaurants, but the real heart of town is Downtown Abacoa, draped in old Main Street charm and a relaxed, cosmopolitan atmosphere. Locals come here for their social outings, entertainment, retail, and food cravings.  Start your weekend shopping at Palm Harbor Boutique

Treat your family to beef bourguignon, steak tartare, and duck a L’Orange at The Parisian Restaurant & Wine Bar, where meals come with selections from an extensive wine list. Harborside dining awaits at the scenic Cafe Des Artistes, a high-end Parisian-style bistro with a serene atmosphere and menu featuring sesame-crusted salmon, scallops, and meringue fruit dessert. 

Things to Do

Jupiter is a renowned destination for sports stars and celebrities, a testament to its athletic treasures and tons of entertaining activities to indulge in. Both locals and tourists love a good climb up the Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse & Museum, a charming, historic lighthouse on a hill overlooking a startling blue harbor. Sharing the same grounds is Palm Beach County’s earliest House—Tindall Pioneer Homestead, a cracker-style piece of architecture giving insight into the life of early settlers.

Kid-friendly trails loop through the oak woods and wetlands of Busch Wildlife Sanctuary, where animal residents include pelicans, otters, and owls. Looking for more hikes? The trails surrounding Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse provide hikers with tranquil adventures through lush tropical hammocks and mangrove swamps. Kids can have fun on the playground at Ocean Cay Park, or the whole family can spread a blanket on the green grass for a nice Saturday picnic, then step out to see a holiday season show at the Seabreeze Amphitheater.


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Overview for Jupiter, FL

60,629 people live in Jupiter, where the median age is 45.8 and the average individual income is $62,123. Data provided by the U.S. Census Bureau.


Total Population

45.8 years

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Demographics and Employment Data for Jupiter, FL

Jupiter has 24,825 households, with an average household size of 2.42. Data provided by the U.S. Census Bureau. Here’s what the people living in Jupiter do for work — and how long it takes them to get there. Data provided by the U.S. Census Bureau. 60,629 people call Jupiter home. The population density is 2,803.25 and the largest age group is Data provided by the U.S. Census Bureau.


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48.22 / 51.78%

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