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Are you looking for new experiences in Southeast Florida?

We've selected a handful of the many entertaining and educational parks, beaches and attractions near Canoe Rentals in Jupiter, Florida.

Would you like your favorite attraction listed on this page? Email us at info@canoeskayakflorida.com.

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Blowing Rocks Preserve

Blowing Rocks Preserve

Owned by The Nature Conservancy, Blowing Rocks Preserve is an environmental preserve that contains the largest Anastasia Limestone outcropping on the east coast of Florida. People come here to see the Atlantic "shooting" streams of water up to 50 feet high through the limestone formations. It's a great place for photo buffs. Others will enjoy the educational center and boardwalk. Visit Blowing Rocks Preserve site.


Busch Wildlife Sanctuary

Busch Wildlife Sanctuary

Founded in 1994, the Busch Wildlife Sanctuary is a non profit, educational based facility for injured animals. Each year, the sanctuary provides comprehensive medical care and rehabilitative services to over 4,000 animals with the ultimate goal of returning the animals to their natural habitats. Inexpensive fun and education for the whole family. Visit Busch Wildlife Sanctuary site.


Jonathan Dickinson State Park

Jonathan Dickinson State Park

Located south of Stuart, Florida, the 11,500-acre Jonathan Dickinson State Park is the terminus of our JDSP canoe and kayak run. It's a fun place to explore with biking, hiking and equestrian trails, two full-facility campgrounds, 12 cabins, fishing and visitor center. Visit the state's Jonathan Dickinson State Park site.


J.W. Corbett Wildlife Management Area

J.W. Corbett Wildlife Management Area

Do you want to get out and stretch your legs? Here's just the place to do it. The huge 60,348-acre J.W. Corbett WMA has miles of pine flatwoods, sawgrass marshes, upland hammocks and cypress wetlands. Hiking, wildlife viewing, hunting, fishing and camping are popular activities here. Visit the J.W. Corbett WMA site.


Jupiter Beach Park

Jupiter Beach Park

Sandwiched between the Atlantic Ocean and Intercoastal Waterway, Jupiter Beach Park with 1,700 feet of beach frontage, picnic areas and pavilions makes for a great day at the beach. Do you like to fish? A concrete jetty extends into the ocean and many an angler has hauled in bluefish, pompano and snook. At the north end of the park you'll see the Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse. Visit the Jupiter Beach Park site.


Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse

Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse & Museum

Located on the north bank of the Loxahatchee River in Jupiter, Florida, the red-colored Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse is sure to please those who like to "get above it all". One hundred and five steps will take you to the top of the 108 foot tall lighthouse for a fantastic view of the inlet and surrounding area. Originally constructed in 1860 for a cost of $60,859, the lighthouse is priceless today. Tour restrictions: climbers must be 48" tall and no flip-flops or shoes that can cause you to slip while climbing the lighthouse stairs. Visit Jupiter Lighthouse site.


Loggerhead Marinelife Center

Loggerhead Marinelife Center

Scouts, church groups, families, adults and children will all enjoy the Loggerhead Marinelife Center of Juno Beach. It's a fantastic place to learn about sea turtles and the environment. The Center provides for care and conservation research for Loggerhead, Green, Hawksbill and Kemp's Ridley turtles and other endangered aquatic animals. As with many educational facilities, they are looking for volunteers to help. Interested? Visit the Loggerhead Marinelife Center site.


Loxahatchee River Center

Loxahatchee River Center

Freshly opened in August 2008, the Loxahatchee River Center provides an opportunity for both school children and adults to learn about Florida's first federally designated Wild and Scenic River. At the River Center you'll enjoy seeing a combination of interactive exhibits and live animal tanks that map the river system from a freshwater cypress swamps to marine ecosystems. Visit the Loxahatchee River Center site.


John D. MacArthur Beach State Park

John D. MacArthur Beach State Park

Named for the previous owner, John D. MacArthur, this state park is located on a barrier island near North Palm Beach, Florida. Popular activities include swimming, picnicking, surfing, snorkeling and SCUBA diving. A 1,600 foot boardwalk leads visitors to a beach that is ideal for beginners to try snorkeling. Kayakers will enjoy the clear waters of the lagoon and exploring Munyon Island. The Visitor and Nature Center is a great place to cool off and learn about the barrier island's unique plant and animal species. Visit the John D. MacArthur Beach State Park site.


Rodger Dean Stadium

Rodger Dean Stadium

Catch the St. Louis Cardinals and Florida Marlins during spring training at this $28 million, 6,700 seat spring training complex in Jupiter, Florida. The stadium is one of the newest and most state-of-the-art facilities of its kind in Florida and features luxury sky-box seating, permanent seating, parking and concessions. Spring Training is held in February and March. The Florida State League's Jupiter Hammerheads make their home at Roger Dean Stadium from April through Labor Day. Visit the Roger Dean Stadium site.