The Jupiter Riverwalk is a scenic pathway and recreational area along the Loxahatchee River and Intracoastal Waterway in Jupiter, Florida. It’s a popular place to go when you want to enjoy some outdoor activities or just take a leisurely stroll and enjoy the natural beauty of the area.
The Riverwalk Jupiter runs along both sides of the water and is still expanding. When it’s completed, it will run along 2.5 miles of the Intracoastal Waterway and the Jupiter Inlet.
The location is an ideal blend of ecological lands, residential areas, marinas, and commercial properties. There are also a number of parks that will be included for a more enjoyable experience.
Primarily, the Riverwalk is for biking and walking. You can come early in the morning or as the sun sets to see manatee, stingrays, and other marine wildlife. If nature isn’t the top priority you can visit the marina area and enjoy a cup of coffee or one of the many outdoor dining options or shops.
There are plenty of sites to stop at while enjoying the Jupiter Riverwalk. Parks like the Burt Reynolds Park, DuBois Park, and the Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse & Museum are easily accessed along the route. You can also stop at the Yacht Club or Mangrove Bay depending on your interests.
The scenic walk through mangroves takes about one to two hours depending on the person. It’s suitable for walking, biking, and running, so how long you spend there depends on what you’re doing.
The Jupiter Riverwalk has no set hours. It’s open 24/7, year-round.
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