The Town of Jupiter Island is located on the 17-mile-long barrier island of Jupiter Island, which is located within the community of Hobe Sound in Martin County, and is part of Florida’s “Treasure Coast”. Consisting of approximately 1,643 acres, the Town is bordered on the east by nearly nine miles of Atlantic Ocean frontage and on the west by the Intracoastal Waterway. The St. Lucie Inlet serves as the northern border, while the southern end is bordered by the Jupiter Inlet. Incorporated in 1953, Jupiter Island is a low-density residential community of primarily single-family estates and conservation/preservation areas, with a large part of the land bequeathed to the United States Fish and Wildlife Service, as well as the Nature Conservancy, including Blowing Rocks Preserve. Residents enjoy boating, world-class fishing, surfing, swimming, walking, and biking on the scenic island. With quiet streets, banyan trees canopies, and high hedges, Jupiter Island prides itself on its seclusion, solitude, and tranquility.
With close proximity to the Palm Beach International Airport, Jupiter Island is easily accessible to visitors from around the world, and just a short drive via I-95 to West Palm Beach for downtown shopping and restaurants, as well as Broadway shows, ballet, and concerts at The Kravis Center for the Performing Arts.