Dog Friendly Beach Driving Directions
Welcome to Jupiter Beach in northern Palm Beach County. Well-behaved dogs and their conscientious owners are welcome only on a 2.5 mile stretch of beach, from North of the Juno Beach lifeguarded area to South of the Carlin Park lifeguarded area – crossovers 25-59. Please respect any NO DOGS ON BEACH areas. Dogs are not allowed in lifeguarded areas, Palm Beach County Natural Areas or Town of Jupiter parks.
Directions to the Beach:
Two Jupiter exits from I-95: Donald Ross Road or Indiantown Road (also Florida Turnpike exit #116 east/Jupiter).
- From Donald Ross Road (exit 83): East to the end (approx. 4.5 miles), turn left/North on A1A (beach road). Dog-friendly section begins at intersection of A1A and Marcinski Road (traffic light), crossover #25.
- From Indiantown Road (exit 87A): East to end of Indiantown Road (approx 4.5 miles), turn right/South on A1A (beach road). After curves, road is straight along the beach and dog-friendly section begins at crossover #59.
- Parking is free along Jupiter Beach. Additional parking in Ocean Cay Park (2188 Marcinski Road), 3160 A1A (the beach road), and 3187 A1A (enter from Marcinski Road).
- Drinking water is available at most beach crossovers.
- Restrooms are located in Ocean Cay Park; Carlin Park; Juno Beach Park; and NW corner of Marcinski Road & A1A.
- Dog-friendly stretch is from crossovers #25 – #59
Please use the FREE dog bags provided by Friends of Jupiter Beach (FJB) at 29 beach crossovers, and use best beach etiquette to preserve this great privilege. Your support of our efforts is appreciated; we are a not-for-profit organization supported by donations and volunteers. We save the taxpayers money! We also organize giant beach cleanups the first Saturday of every month, weather permitting. FJB volunteer efforts have kept Jupiter Beach clean and dog-friendly for 20 years!
Friends of Jupiter Beach, PO Box 791, Jupiter, FL 33468 561-748-8140 www.FriendsOfJupiterBeach.com