Juno Beach

Incorporated in 1948, the town is named after the Roman Goddess Juno.

Welcome to Juno Beach

Quaint Beach Town with Laid-Back Vibes
Juno Beach is a charming beach town nestled between the Intracoastal Waterway and the Atlantic Ocean, known for its stunning untouched coastline and laid-back vibes.  With a population of less than 6,000 residents Juno Beach still has that small-town beach-side feel to it. Incorporated in 1948, the town is named after the Roman Goddess Juno. Residents and visitors can enjoy the beautiful free beaches, biking/walking trails, and the 990-foot fishing pier which is ideal for watching exquisite sunrises. 

What to Love

  • The unspoiled coastline and gentle surf
  • Home to the densest sea turtle nesting ground in the world from May - October
  • Protected preserves offering lush land and beautiful local wildlife

Local Lifestyle

Juno Beach locals can usually be found enjoying the outdoors, from sunbathing on the wide stretch of beach, walking, jogging, and bicycling the oceanfront bike path, to cruising our peaceful waterways. On the north side of Juno is a dog-friendly beach perfect for your four legged best friend.  The south side of Juno has equally beautiful but more secluded beaches. From May through October, Juno Beach is the densest sea turtle nesting ground in the world and home to a large sea turtle rehabilitation and conservation center.  A 990-foot long pier lures fisherman and beachgoers seeking a spectacular sunrise. For the golf enthusiast, Seminole Golf Club is a private golf club in Juno designed by Donald Ross that first opened for play in 1929.

Dining, Entertainment, and Shopping

Juno Beach has some excellent restaurants to choose from. Some of the most notable include Ke’e Grill, Captain Charlie’s Reef Grill, and Thirsty Turtle. Find local delicacies at Termarsch Groves and all you need for the beach lifestyle at Ground Swell and Locals Surf Shops

Things to Do

Juno Beach Natural Area covers almost 600 acres, spanning from the Atlantic Ocean to the Intracoastal. Spend the day hiking miles of walking trails to see the botanical diversity and local wildlife. There is an observation point with ocean views and another overlooking a serene basin, and a boardwalk through a sawgrass wetland, and tidal channels accessible by kayak or paddleboard. Next door is Loggerhead Marinelife Center, a non-profit turtle hospital and rehabilitation center, which is open to the public and offers daily tours and children’s programs. Their periodic turtle releases back to the ocean are exciting for the whole family. The Juno Beach Pier offers spectacular views and great saltwater fishing. It is also the backdrop for annual outdoor craft and art shows.

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