Marvel at the breath-taking views of Palm Beach County from the Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse, standing at 105ft tall. This waterfront landmark, operated by the Loxahatchee River Historical Society, lies north of Palm Beach and sits on 120 acres of stunning conservation land. The lighthouse, grounds and museum features 5,000 years of regional history where you’ll discover an archive of photographs, documents, maps, and artefacts.
After you’ve meandered through the museum, take a stroll through Florida’s most beautiful conservation area. The Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse Outstanding Natural Area is considered a local treasure which is popular with families, thanks to the vast amounts of wildlife which live there. Enrol on a scenic Hiking Trail where you’ll navigate through Florida Scrub habitat, tropical hammock and a mangrove swamp. A highlight of the trail is the observation tower which overlooks to serene manatee refuge.