You have many entertainment options when you visit Jupiter, Florida. There are many historical parks and places to explore like the Jupiter Lighthouse. You can catch a baseball game at Roger Dean Stadium and grab a bite to eat at one of the many restaurants on Main Street in Abacoa. If you are looking for an experience that will bring you closer to nature and experience the beauty of the local waterways consider a day or half day Stand Up Paddle Boarding.
Jupiter has many diverse areas to explore via stand up paddle board. You will be in good company as this sport is growing in popularity and you might even see a few performing yoga positions on their paddleboards. You can explore the Intracoastal Waterways, the Loxahatchee River and some more experiened riders take on the waves with the boards.
This region is home to many wildlife you will get to view from the water such as many varieties of sea birds, marine wildlife includes manatees, dolphins, rays and more. The landscape changes as well from grassy mangroves to water front homes each area provides you with a new and up close look at the eco system of the Jupiter waterways.
Tourists to the area should stick with a reliable stand up rental company like Hu'i Hu'i. The founders created the company from a love of the sea. They love to share this experience with others and make it easy too. Just give them a call and they will meet you at your hotel. If you are staying at one of the local waterfront hotels like Jupiter Waterfront Inn or Jupiter Beach Resort you will be stand up paddleboard just minutes from your hotel. If you have a car and want to travel to a different beach they will either meet you at your hotel and provide soft cover for you to transport yourself or meet you at the beach of your choice.
The staff at Hu'i Hu'i will provide you with suggested areas to explore and give you the heads up on local tides, best time to go and more. During the weekend afternoons the Jupiter waterways can get busy so for beginner paddle boarders it might be a better idea to get up early and start the day with an early paddle.