Juno Beach

Juno Beach, a friendly Atlantic Coast town in Palm Beach County, enjoys a prime location between Port Saint Lucie in the north and West Palm Beach in the south. With a long pier and more than 40 percent of the barrier island town set aside as beaches and parks, Juno Beach offers a taste of the laid-back Florida style not easy to find anymore. Juno Beach’s home was created when the Intracoastal Waterway was created at the end of the 19th century. In the century-plus it was established and the barrier island created, the town has grown into a vacation paradise without feeling crowded. Both the locals and visitors love to get out and explore, following the nature trails around Pelican Lake, strolling the pier, and checking out the turtles at the Loggerhead Marinelife Center. Speaking of loggerheads, one of the town’s most popular beaches is named for the resident turtles—Loggerhead County Park, home to some great fishing and beachcombing. Offshore, divers will find amazing places to explore, including 16th century Spanish shipwrecks and a rainbow of colorful marine life.

Juno Beach Hotels

Juno Beach Hotels
Juno Beach Hotels

Whether you started early at the fishing pier or enjoyed a lazy day at the beach, it’s nice to have a place to relax at the end of the day. It’s not far the West Palm Beach hotels, but you don’t need to leave Juno Beach to find Florida hotels. A handful of hotels are spread through Juno Beach, including a Hampton Inn, located a few minutes from the beach. The hotel features a complimentary breakfast, as well 90 guestrooms, just minutes from the shore. There’s also a Holiday Inn Express in Juno Beach (pictured), which was completely renovated in 2010. This property also features a free breakfast in the morning and offers easy access to the beach.

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