Sitting pretty between Jupiter and West Palm Beach, Juno Beach is home to unspoiled coastline, blissfully laid-back vibes and some of The Palm Beaches’ most beloved residents (that would be our scores of nesting sea turtles). Located on a barrier island flanked by the Intracoastal Waterway and Atlantic Ocean, much of Juno Beach daily life revolves around these two bodies of water—from fishing to recreation to conservation.
The Juno Beach Pier is the main hub of activity in town. On any given day, you’ll see salty fishermen, selfie-snapping sightseers and sunrise aficionados angling for the perfect viewing spot (believe the locals when they say the sunrises here are second to none). There’s even a Pier House with a bait shop, snack bar and pole rentals. With its excellent waves, Juno Beach Park is a popular spot for surfers and kiteboarders as well as swimmers.