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About DuBois Park

DuBois Park is one of the top family-friendly destinations in Jupiter, Florida. Open from sunrise to sunset in most areas of the park, it offers plenty of amenities and activities to fill up the day. The guarded swimming areas do have specific hours, so it’s best to check on the current schedule before you plan your visit. The guarded swimming areas are open seven days a week during the county public school’s summer recess and on the weekends during the regular school year. The Intracoastal swimming area provides 1,200 feet of guarded beach frontage and the lagoon area provides another 100 feet of swimming area.

DuBois Park snorkeling is top-notch within the Intracoastal swimming area and the lagoon. While fishing is allowed and encouraged, you can’t fish within the guarded swimming areas. There’s a boat ramp for non-motorized boats like canoes and kayaks for perfect water access. Whether you’re exploring nature on land or underwater, there’s plenty of wildlife to capture in your Dubois Park photos.

The facilities include the DuBois Park playground for 5-12 year olds, restrooms with showers, picnic areas, and single picnic pavilions. 

Beyond the natural history to witness here, the park is home to the DuBois Pioneer Home and the Jupiter Inlet Mound, both of which are part of the Jupiter Inlet Historic and Archaeological Site. The DuBois Pioneer home was built in 1898 and is one of the few remaining homesteads in South Florida. The Inlet Mound is a Native American burial ground.

Dubois Park reviews regularly name DuBois Park as the it place to take the family with plenty of tables and BBQ pits or to take a walk and bring a picnic to just sit and relax. It does tend to get a little crowded during the middle of the day.

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Frequently Asked Questions about DuBois Park

Yes, dogs are allowed in the park. In the park area, your dog must be on a leash of 6 feet or less. Dogs aren’t allowed on the beach or near the lagoon. There is a dog beach nearby that’s about 2 miles long (off Marcinski).

DuBois Park is an alcohol and drug-free zone. Possession and consumption of alcohol is prohibited within the park.

Yes. All Florida residents and non-residents are required to apply for and possess a saltwater fishing license before fishing for saltwater fish, crabs, or other marine life.

Yes. They have limited handicapped parking available. It is wheelchair accessible.

DuBois Park Amenities

  • Beach Access
  • Kid Friendly
  • Outdoor Seating
  • Parking Available
  • Pets Allowed
  • Picnic Areas
  • Playground
  • Restrooms (Public)
  • Showers

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