DuBois Park
Written By Rebecca Taylor

DuBois Park

When you first discover DuBois Park, you may feel as though you have stumbled upon paradise. Nestled at the mouth of Jupiter Inlet and the Loxahatchee River, these 19 acres are open to all looking to enjoy her pristine beaches and amenities.

A Historical Icon

While the long swath of white sand beaches, lagoons perfect for snorkelling and docks available for water toys are reason enough to visit DuBois Park, did you know it is also a historical pioneer site? The Harry and Susan DuBois pioneer home is the second-oldest building still standing in Palm Beach County, as it has since 1898.

Come for the day and bring the whole family! Picnic tables are available throughout along with grills for cooking up a barbecue lunch tucked away in the coconut trees. Spend your day splashing in the waves, fishing off the inlet, playing at the park or just walking along the coast enjoying the breathtaking scenery.

An Ocean Lover's Paradise

For those who live being by the water, DuBois Park is for you. Whether you want to enjoy the views from the beach, catch some rays, enjoy a walk; or spend time snorkelling in the one-acre artificial reef, there’s something for everyone to enjoy at the park. Boat launches and water taxis are available, as are docks to tie up and enjoy a picnic on the beach.

With nearly 19 acres to explore, the park boasts boating, swimming, fishing, snorkeling, and picnicking. While weekends can get crowded, the park benefits from a lack of street traffic so is easily accessible on foot.

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