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Palm Beach County's Natural Areas Will Remain Closed Until Further Notice

Based on Palm Beach County (PBC) Emergency Order No. 2020-003, effective immediately, all PBC Natural Areas are closed to the public until further notice.  This order will remain in effect until the expiration of Palm Beach County's Declaration of Emergency or until terminated or amended by further order.

PBC's Department of Environmental Resources Management will continue to monitor the status of the COVID-19 pandemic in our area and will communicate any changes in the status of our PBC Natural Areas as those changes are made. 

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 Juno Dunes

Oceanfront Tract 14200 South U.S. Highway 1, Juno Beach
 West Tract 14501 South U.S. Highway 1, Juno Beach

   Picture of the boat docks at Juno Dunes Natural Area West Tract

ADA Accessible Paved Nature Trails Natural Surface Hiking Trails Information Signs Parking lot Wildlife Viewing

Hike up to the highest natural point in Palm Beach County

Open Sunrise to Sunset, 365 Days a Year 

At a Glance     

Water views on each side

Visitors to the 569-acre Juno Dunes Natural Area can travel from the Atlantic Ocean to the Atlantic Intracoastal Waterway. The ocean-front tract has a great view of the surrounding area atop an ancient sand dune. The west tract has several miles of trails and floating docks to allow boaters access to the site. Restrooms available at Loggerhead Park.


  • Hiking trails (sandy) to Atlantic Ocean
West Tract
  • Sawgrass Trail (paved) 0.21 miles
  • Scrub Oak Trail (sandy) 1.8 miles to Intracoastal Waterway
  • Scrub Hickory Trail (sandy)  2.1 miles
  • Boardwalk through sawgrass wetland
  • Observation Tower overlooking basin marsh
  • Tidal channels accessible by kayak or canoe