With more and more people moving to Florida, and Palm Beach County in particular, some prospective home buyers out there might be wondering what kind of family-friendly amenities a place like Jupiter has to offer. Well, in short, probably more than you think. But for even further perspective, we’re devised a great list of things to do with your kids when first moving to the area below….
Busch Wildlife Sanctuary
For a closer look at native wildlife, you’ll want to make a stop at Busch Wildlife Sanctuary. The non-profit rescue helps care for injured wild animals, while educating people at the same time. It’s free to visit, but the sanctuary does take donations.
You may also spot some animals and birds along the biking and walking paths of Riverbend Park. The location is additionally a great place for families to kayak out on the Loxahatchee River.
Roger Dean Stadium
Impress your pint-sized sports stars with hours of fun at Roger Dean Stadium. The Jupiter ballpark is especially fun when the pros come to town for spring training.
Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse & Museum
Dating back to the mid 1800s, the Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse & Museum is like taking a step back into history. Kids five and under are free, but you have to be at least 48-inches to climb to the top.