Hobe Sound Beach is a wild and rugged beach on Jupiter Island, where the vegetation is lush and tropical. It's gorgeous to walk the Banyan tree walk on Bridge Rd and end at the beach, letting the cool breeze (or strong wind) wash over you. There is a cute statue in front of a mural showing turtle hatchlings running to shore. You can walk for miles on empty beach if you go north from this beach. The only person you'll see is an occasional fisherman. Check out the island plants and flowers in the parking lot.
Mural and statue of turtle hatchlings!
Kicking back at Hobe Sound Beach.
Lifeguard shack and a lovely forest of Ironwood trees.
Plump bird and friends checking out the scene...
Fisherman on the shore.
Tropical tree near the parking lot.
Walking path with flowers on either side, leading into the parking lot.
Grasses on the dunes.
A surfer makes his way up the beach.
This is an interactive map, you can zoom and move it.
From Highway 1 or 1A, head toward the ocean on SE Bridge Rd. The drive is incredible! At the end of the road is the free parking lot for Hobe Sound Beach.