Cabins near Jupiter

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

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Cabins near Jupiter guide


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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