Welcome to Tequesta
Charming Community With Ocean Access
The Village of Tequesta is a charming town adjacent to Jupiter, Florida and often considered a sister community. Nestled around the Loxahatchee River with ocean access, this quaint town offers the “small town feel” with a population of less than 6,000 residents. Enjoy the main street equivalent, located just off Tequesta Drive, one of the main veins running through the center of town. There you will find the town hall, Village of Tequesta, which hosts a plethora of community events like “Movie in the Park”, summer camps, “Food Truck Pow Wow” and their very own fair.
Tequesta, Florida offers a wide variety of real estate options from affordable single-family homes and 55+ adult condo communities to luxurious Loxahatchee Riverfront estate homes for sale, there are real estate options to please just about every taste. Surrounded by the Atlantic Ocean, Intracoastal waterway, Loxahatchee River and many canals and estuaries, Tequesta is home to some of the best waterfront real estate in South Florida. And if golf is your game, Tequesta has plenty of golf course homes for sale on some of the most beautiful courses in Palm Beach County. Visit www.tequesta.org for additional town information.
What to Love
- Genuine small-town spirit
- Breathtaking natural scenery
- Miles of pristine waterways
If you are looking for an active lifestyle, Tequesta is the place for you. Only a couple of Tequesta neighborhoods are considered in Martin County as most of the town area is located in Palm Beach County, Florida within the Treasure Coast. Its located almost 20 miles north of West Palm Beach with a quick access to all the towns along the coastal route.With several private golf course communities such as North Passage, Turtle Creek and Tequesta Country Club, you are sure to find one to your liking. Relax on the beautiful beaches of Coral Cove Park and Blowing Rocks Preserve or enjoy a short boat ride to one of nature’s most extraordinary sand bars with turquoise-blue ocean waters. If Tequesta hasn’t piqued your interest yet, spend the day in Jonathan Dickinson State Park for fishing, hiking, kayaking and all your exploration needs.
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Things to Do
Tequesta has a busy schedule of fun-filled family events, from holiday parties to annual carnivals and festivals. Constitution Park offers multiple playgrounds, a skate park, putting green, basketball courts, walking trail with fitness stations, and pavilions available for rent, which are free for Tequesta residents. A new recreation center is currently under construction and nearing completion, which will include a wide range of adult exercise classes and children’s activity programs. The beach and intercoastal is just minutes away in neighboring Jupiter and can be enjoyed year round. Some of the best snorkeling in crystal clear water can be found under Cato’s Bridge. Beach your boat at the Sand Dunes on the south side of the bridge or park at the Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse Outstanding Natural Area and take the nature path down to the water. Don’t forget your mask! Or head out to the Tequesta sandbar by boat, kayak, or paddleboard for a memorable day on the water.