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All visitors to the natural areas must follow Center for Disease Control Guidelines and the County’s Emergency Orders.
FAMILIARIZE YOURSELF WITH BOTH AT THE LINKS PROVIDED BELOW AND
Wear face coverings, recreate in groups less than 10, maintain social distance of at least 6 feet apart while on the trails, and avoid touching common surfaces such as handrails, benches, etc. to be safe while visiting.
Palm Beach County Emergency Orders
Centers for Disease Control COVID-19 Guidelines
Oceanfront Tract 14200 South U.S. Highway 1, Juno Beach
West Tract 14501 South U.S. Highway 1, Juno Beach
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 from the intracoastal waterway.
Parking at Loggerhead Park
- Restrooms available at Loggerhead Park
- Accessible trails
(paved) to covered observation platform
- Hiking trails
(sandy) to Atlantic Ocean
- Parking lot with access to trails
- 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 from the intracoastal waterway.
The closest canoe/kayak launch is located at Bert Winters Park 13425 Ellison Wilson Rd