Camping near Jupiter

North of Palm Beach, Jupiter boasts seaside camping at its best.

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Anderson's Tropical Farm

5 sites · RVs, Tents2 acres · West Palm Beach, FL
Our beloved 2-acre plot is naturally-forested with towering eastern slash pines, cabbage palms, saw palmettos, beauty berry, firebush, and other native flora. Each camp site is uniquely situated within its own private zone with plenty of space to set up tents, chairs, or tables. Natural seating abounds in the way of cut logs and stumps. We are not currently offering picnic tables - so sorry! Year-round residents include pileated & red-bellied woodpeckers, armadillos, opossums, black vultures, raccoons, cattle egrets, snowy egrets, ibis, bluejays, boat-tailed grackles, crows, green & brown anoles, mourning doves, gray squirrels, southern flying squirrels, burrowing owls, box turtles, southern black racers, red rat snakes, king snakes, coral snakes, hawks, toads, tree frogs, and more. We're also blessed by visitations from seasonal birds such as cardinals, kestrels, swallow-tail kites, orioles, buntings, and warblers. Bring your outdoor gear for biking, hiking, kayaking, fishing, or beach-going! From our location, you can explore the neighborhood on foot or bicycle, with sidewalks directly abutting the property. Canals in the area are open to fishing (just don't enter private property!). We're also within 25 minutes of remarkable destinations such as: Jonathan Dickinson State Park - known for it's expansive scrub, excellent mountain bike trails, and the highest natural point SE of Lake Okeechobee Jupiter Island - frequented by tourists and locals alike for it's gorgeous beaches, intra-coastal access, and fresh seafood Grassy Waters Preserve - 18+ miles of well-maintained trails winding throughout pristine wetlands. Look for alligators, great blue herons, great egrets, sandhill cranes, roseate spoonbills, turtles, limpkins, and more
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Taste of Old Florida

12 sites · RVs, Tents10 acres · Palm City, FL
A small but unique piece of land that was given to a family in the 1920s by the Florida Railroad Company. It stayed in the family until we purchased it. It is unique because the surrounding area does not have much tree coverage. This is due to the ground underneath, which is a vein of grey marl. This is why the area is called the Allapattah (an Indian word for Alligator) Flats. We are hoping that our county stays the way it is so people will know what Old Florida really looks like. Minutes from I-95, but surrounded by the Allapattah Flats Wildlife Management Preserve. Located on Martin Hwy, which was recently designated as a Florida Scenic Hwy. Fifteen minutes to Stuart and thirty minutes to West Palm Beach, a world away from the hustle and bustle. We realize that people also love Florida for Disney and tropical paradises but if that is what you want than this may not be your kind of place.
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Flying Frog Ranch

5 sites · RVs2 acres · West Palm Beach, FL
Nominated as BEST HIPCAMP IN FLORIDA, Flying Frog Ranch is exactly that peaceful getaway you are searching for, while still being close enough to all things Florida. From friendly wildlife, to hidden gems, Flying Frog provides you a peaceful stay off the beaten path, while still being close to all you seek. The property is a shared space consisting of 1+ acre of private, natural setting, including a well stocked pond. You can wake up and see all sorts of friendly wildlife coming and going, including peacocks, rabbits, turtles, and much more. Fishing, nature trails, animal safari, horseback riding can all be found throughout the neighborhood, and beaches are just a short drive away. Leap into Flying Frog! Our guests love staying here "I really loved this place! It was quiet yet close to everything. I love walking the property and taking in all the natural beauty. He responded quickly to texts if I had a question. Very peaceful and quiet! If you don't like busy campgrounds this is the place to go to. A little piece of paradise with the pond and turtles and all his flowering trees. I also saw a peacock while there! I extended my booking for an extra day." Come enjoy the ORIGINAL neighborhood hipcamp .
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Fantasy Farms Equestrian Center

2 sites · RVs5 acres · Jupiter, FL
Learn more about this land: 30 amp hookup.  Working Equestrian facility.  Water and wifi. No septic.  Parking site is near our riding arena where you can sit and watch our riders training. Nights are VERY quiet!  Great for star gazing with no lights from town.  Enjoy our fire pit located steps from your site. (water hook up is about 50' away).  The beautiful Riverbend park is in walking distance for canoeing (they rent) biking, hiking, wildlife viewing, etc... Short drive to beautiful beaches, shopping restaurants, etc...  CLOSE TO 95 AND TURNPIKE... GREAT FOR A STOP OVER SPOT.
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Poolside Pines RV Campsite

1 site · RV1 acre · Loxahatchee, FL
Welcome to our RV campsite designed to accommodate vehicles up to 50 feet in length. Enjoy the convenience of provided power and water during your stay. Take advantage of access to a shared pool and hot tub for added relaxation. We offer both water and 30-amp power for your comfort, while waste disposal remains the responsibility of the guest. Additionally, one parking space is available at the RV spot, and arrangements can be made for...
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Tropical Acres

2 sites · RVs2 acres · West Palm Beach, FL
Learn more about this land: Park your RV for the night and enjoy the surrounding areas, beach, snorkeling, Safari, animal sanctuary or biking. Electric/water hookup next to the paved site. There is a shaded grass area for setting up camping chairs, and a separate area with provided fire pit and relaxing chairs to watch the sunset. Electric Hookup for Hipcamp Site is 30A. Water Hookup with a hose extension to site. Things to do in the area: We are near Lion Country Safari for a drive thru Safari experience or visit McCarthy's Wildlife Sanctuary for an educational and hands on experience. Peanut Island-snorkeling, kayaking, historic site you can reach with a ferry or kayak/paddle board rentals Cityplace-downtown West Palm Beach-walk around and take the free hop on hop off trolley to the Intercoastal for a new area to explore. Loggerhead Marinelife Center- Donation Entry - https://marinelife.org/ McCarthy's Wildlife Sanctuary - 2 miles- https://www.mccarthyswildlife.com/ Busch Wildlife Sanctuary - Donation Entry - https://www.buschwildlife.org/ Roger Dean Stadium to catch a baseball game https://www.rogerdeanchevroletstadium.com/stadium/ West Palm Beach Spring Training for the Houston Astros, St. Louis Cardinals, Miami Marlins and the Washington Nationals will be held from February 24 until March 24, 2024 at Cacti Park of The Palm Beaches in West Palm Beach Rapids Waterpark not far from here for an ultimate water park adventure. Take an underwater adventure to explore Florida's marine life at Phil Foster Park Snorkel Trail at Blue Heron Bridge with 800 feet of snorkel trail and easy access from a sandy beach. You can explore wildlife viewing and hiking through the cypress wetlands of J.W. Corbett Wildlife Management Area or visit Grassy Waters Preserve to enjoy the real Florida.
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Molly Farm

1 site · RV2 acres · Jupiter Farms, FL
Farm living with plenty of trees and acreage! Great outdoor activities nearby and the beaches are only 15 minutes away. River Bend park is a bike ride away and kayak and canoes are available. Beautiful weather during the fall and winter months. Picnic table included. Ideal for RV’s up to 40’ in length.
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VickysWellwithin

2 sites · Lodging6 acres · Palm Beach Gardens, FL
Vickyswellwithin grew over the last 10 years after hosting and assisting in various wellness workshops around the world. It was my intention to create a property where animals would be recognized as sentient beings with feelings and emotions. Animal-assisted therapy has been the most important part of my wellness program. It is a wonderful place to help peoples connect with nature and animals. The unique programs help peoples reconnect to their through essence. The place to be authentic and at peace. All visitors leave this place recharged and happy.
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Jupiter Farms Nursery

4 sites · RVs3 acres · Jupiter Farms, FL
Hipcamp allowed the Unhip hungover wife of a Camper pair to post INACCURATE Negative Review(s) on us so we are going to do our best to MOST CLEARLY state and outline our provisions and our requirements for copascetically hosting guests. We can not allow visiting animals or pets on the property. Please do not bother to inquire with us if you plan to be traveling with them. We have a small Landscape Nursery half a block off of Jupiter Farms Rd. We are not a retail operation. Jupiter Farms Nursery provides Vocational and Residential Rehabilitation for specially abled young adults who are developmentally delayed and or on the Autism Spectrum. Donations are welcome! Our setting is very natural and relaxing with often wildlife abound. The RV spots are mostly on hard packed 3/4" Gravel Limestone rocks and adjacent to our Landscape Nursery, our pool, or our private Natural Cypress Head Wetland. Quietly visit our short Cypress Head Wetland Nature Trail here during daylight hours from Sunrise to Sunset. Please keep all Noise Levels, including Voices, Down during your stay in respect of others around and especially in respect of our neighbors as Sounds carry loudly out here in the air of our Pines Scrub and Wetlands. PLEASE do not roam the property beyond your own Campsite and the areas we describe as accessible for you. Be sure to CALL and/or TEXT to address, answer, or confirm any issues or questions which may arise with you At Any Time, Day or Night. We're only 1.5 miles to Publix Shop Center, Fuel, Hardware, Bank, Restaurants, etc. Jupiter Farms Community Park 1 mile, Riverbend Park 3 miles, I-95/Turnpike 5 miles. Hookups for 2-15AMP, 2-30AMP and 1-50AMP Service. Site 1 Poolside Stubby, Site 2 Poolside Long, Site 3 Palmside/Pool Skinny, Site 4 Palmside Skinny or Not, Site 5 30AMP Palmside/Nursery Chlorinated Non-potable Well Water available on a fill up basis. Used Water Dump is available by $10.00 Fee per sewer dump All Well Water hose and Sewer connections must be removed after each approved and scheduled use. Check in: after 1:30 p.m. Check out: by 11:00 a.m. and strictly adhered to Gates are Kept Closed at All Times except for scheduled initial entry upon arrival. Guests will let themselves in and out during stays. Gates must be closed behind you please. Final Exit upon Departure by the Prescribed Checkout Time will be monitored by us. Call and text to confirm your scheduled departure. If you are requesting approval for a stay, be sure to include a Description of your Coach or Camper and All Vehicles, #of Campers and their ages or age ranges. Please Confirm you'll have No Pets or Animals. Check in: after 1:30 p.m. Check out: by 11:00 a.m. Our Sites are hard packed Limestone and Adjacent to our Landscape Nursery, or our pool, and our isolated Natural Cypress Head Wetland and short Nature Trail. PALMSIDE, POOLSIDE, ADJACENT are ALL BASICALLY THE SAME AND ARE ALL INTERCHANGEABLE. They're all GREAT SPOTS one way or another. Promise! Nearby Publix Shopping Center, Fuel/Convenience Store, Hardware, Bank, Restaurants etc at only 1.6 miles. To Jupiter Farms Community Park 1mi. To Riverbend Park 3mi. I-95/Turnpike 5mi. 2-15Amp, 2-30Amp, 1-50Amp Service. Electric service is 50+feet away so you will likely need appropriate electrical extension. No electric heaters please. Site 1 Poolside Stubby $45./day Site 2 Poolside Long $50./day Site 3 Palmside Skinny $45./day Site 4 Palmside Skinny or Not $45./day Site 5 Palmside/Nursery $45./day Chlorinated Well Water available free for fill ups. Used Water Dump available onsite at Site 1, 2, 3 & 4 $10/per dump scheduled drop Cable TV Box available $5/day; $20/wk. WI-FI is available but not guaranteed. Bring your own Bottled Potable Water for drinking and cooking. Jugs of water up to 5 gallons are available at our local Publix Supermarket. Generator running on the property is limited to 2 hours per day between the hours of 9-11am and 2-4pm.
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Coco Pines Farm

1 site · RV1 acre · Jupiter, FL
Take it easy at this unique and tranquil getaway with friendly hosts on a 1980’s Florida mini-farm. You will be surrounded with as much of native Florida as possible actively being improved by your local biologist in your co-host Valeria as our husband and wife hosting duo seeks to make every experience at our home a beautiful retreat. We open up our home to you with love to get a true family farmhouse feel.
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South Florida Permaculture Farm

3 sites · Tents5 acres · West Palm Beach, FL
Embracing Nature's Classroom: A Journey into the Heart of Agroforestry In the heart of our bustling city lies a hidden gem—a five-acre agroforestry site seamlessly integrated with a wildlife refuge, offering a sanctuary for both humans and nature. This unique haven challenges traditional farming norms, embracing permaculture principles and providing a holistic education on sustainable living. The Agroforestry Oasis: This agroforestry site thrives as a harmonious blend of natural elements. The farm, rich with diverse flora, serves as a testament to the possibility of cultivating food in harmony with nature. With a natural pond reflecting the sky and a cypress forest providing shade, the site is a living example of how agricultural practices can coexist with the environment. Wildlife Refuge: Surrounded by a city environment, the wildlife refuge within the agroforestry site stands as a testament to the resilience of nature amidst urbanization. Birds, insects, and small mammals find solace in this haven, creating a unique urban wildlife ecosystem. The refuge highlights the importance of preserving green spaces within cities for biodiversity and ecological balance. Permaculture Education: Classes on permaculture gardening and natural cooking form the core of the educational experience offered on the site. Participants learn not just about cultivation but also about the interconnectedness of ecosystems. These classes empower individuals to apply permaculture principles in their own lives, fostering a sense of responsibility towards the environment. Campfire Gatherings: At the heart of the agroforestry site lies a community space, where campfires flicker at individual camping sites and merge into a grand communal fire. This space fosters a sense of community, encouraging shared experiences and conversations under the open sky. It exemplifies the essence of coming together to appreciate and learn from nature. Nature's Unfiltered Beauty: Unlike manicured gardens, this facility proudly stands in its natural state. The untamed beauty of the landscape contributes to the existence of a diverse array of wildlife. Visitors are invited to witness nature as it is, fostering a deep appreciation for the raw, unfiltered beauty that often goes unnoticed in our modern, structured world. Invitation to Experience: This isn't just a description; it's an invitation. Come, explore, and experience the magic of this agroforestry site for yourself. Feel the connection between nature and sustainable living, learn about permaculture, and revel in the simplicity of a campfire under the stars. Witness the beauty that emerges when humans and nature coexist harmoniously. In this city oasis, the agroforestry site isn't just a piece of land; it's a living, breathing classroom where the lessons are taught by the wind in the trees, the rustling of leaves, and the vibrant life that thrives in every corner. It's time to appreciate nature and learn about how it works, not just as observers but as active participants in the dance of life. Are you ready to embark on this journey into the heart of agroforestry? Come see for yourself. Nature is waiting to share its secrets with you.
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Home Away From Home

1 site · RV1 acre · Lake Park, FL
This property is located near intercoastal and ocean beaches and 1 1/2 blocks from the Lake Park intercoastal. It is just a minute away from Kelsey Park and Marina and a short drive to Singer Island, Peanut Island, and Juno Beach. It is also located within 20 minutes of John D. MacArthur Beach State Park and Rosemary Square, and about 45 minutes from Fort Lauderdale and an hour from Miami Beach. The area offers many local water sports and tour options such as jet ski rentals, surfing, boat tours, and a new Margaritaville Cruise to the Bahamas. It is also located near Juno Beach, Jupiter, North Palm Beach, Lake Park, Riviera Beach, and West Palm Beach. There are many local bars with live music and golf courses in the area, as well as great restaurants and shopping options. There are also several nearby grocery stores and it is close to major tourist attractions. The community is very quiet and the Sheriff Department is within walking distance, providing regular safety surveillance. The property has a large fenced yard with a concrete RV pad, gazebo, and two grills. You may see the host or a family member from time to time, but the property is generally private. Note: 2nd vehicle fee.
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Camping near Jupiter guide

Overview

Jupiter is a golfer’s haven—but it’s a hole-in-one for all kinds of campers. Whether you want to shop, swim, stroll, or summit, a Jupiter campsite will satisfy your every need. History buffs will enjoy the World War II U.S. Naval Housing Building, while the whole family will appreciate the city’s verdant parks and sprawling beaches. Stop for a picnic in Carlin Park and take a dip in the Atlantic Ocean. Once you’ve had your fill of the beach, head to the Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse & Museum. It’s the perfect place to catch views and catch up on your Florida history. 

Where to go

Jonathan Dickinson State Park

Jonathan Dickinson State Park is Southeast Florida’s largest state park, so it’s the perfect starting point for Jupiter campers. Open year-round, the park sits right on the coast. After you check into your cabin or RV campsite, explore the Loxahatchee River by kayak or canoe. Or, set up your tent and take to the park’s terrain. You can meander the trails by hike, by bike, or by horse. 

Riverbed Park

Just west of Jupiter, Riverbed Park is home to the Loxahatchee River Battlefield Park. The site of the Second Seminole War, the battlefield represents both history and nature. You can rent kayaks and bikes to traverse the battlefield. If you’d rather hike, head further into Riverbed Park to a section of Florida’s Ocean to Lake trail. Before you check-in to your campsite, enjoy a meal at one of the park’s many picnic areas.

John D. MacArthur Beach State Park

Jupiter, Florida camping practically calls for a coastal campsite, where you can swim, stargaze, and stare at the sea. While you can’t camp directly at the John D. MacArthur Beach State Park, spend at least a day in the water before heading to your Jupiter tent or RV campsite. Grab your snorkel and fins, and you’re likely to spot unique species of plants and fish.

When to go

Jupiter camping is at its most pleasant during the fall and winter months. During this window, you’ll experience the best of Florida’s sunshine without the worst of the state’s humidity. Even when sleeping outside, you won’t have to worry about getting cold. Avoid planning a trip in the summer, when hurricane season—as well as the temperature—picks up. 

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