Why you'd want to live in Juno Beach
In a region that’s famous for its beaches, some of the finest, most untouched sand can be found in the town of Juno Beach. On the north end of town near the border with Jupiter, Juno Beach Park is a dog-friendly beach with serene blue waters and a pier that’s popular for fishing and watching the sunset; the beach is bordered by Juno Dunes Natural Area, where you can explore loop trails through preserved wetlands and scrub forest. To the south, beautiful Loggerhead Park is a major sea turtle nesting beach that is also home to Loggerhead Marinelife Center, a research and education facility that has aquariums, exhibits and guided turtle walks for the public to enjoy. Wear your flip-flops to casual eateries like Cool’a FishBar and Hurricane Cafe. For a slightly dressier affair, head to Ke’e Grille for prime steaks and locally caught seafood. And if you’ve still got an itch to explore, venture north to Jupiter or south to West Palm Beach to explore some of the region’s best dining, craft beer, live music and entertainment.