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All reviews beautiful beach light traffic furry friends across street body surfing clean sand great waves fishing pier wear sunscreen beautiful water rest rooms marine life public restrooms walk up clear water nature trail dog beach
As we drove through Juno Beach on New Year’s eve and New Year’s day we observed full beaches and little available parking. It is different on January 2. There are still lots of folks on the beaches, and more available parking.
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I love coming here. Lifeguards are on duty. Nice restrooms, showers before you leave. You can visit the pier of you like. Dog beach is just a short walk north so you can go and watch the dogs playing in the surf. Decent waves.
Nice Beach, To the north you see the Pier. To the south beaches behind the High rises/homes. Can walk down the south side of the beach and come to different paths/cut throughs with paths to the road. Some with simple covered decks, limited seating, and...More
Great public beach. Good water quality and color. Good access. Good public parking. Watch the wind surfers, paddle boards and kyacks participate. Large beach. Not over crowded. Good quality sand. Not equal to Siesta Key but good quality and relatively flat and well maintained and...More
A beautiful beach that was not overcrowded during the 4th of July week . There is parking /bathrooms/showers located right across the street and a Publix store on the back side of the parking lot for anything you may need . BEWARE the sand does...More
Beautiful beach! Clear water and they have life guards. Parking is free, you just have to walk across the street. Bring your own chairs and stuff, no food or anything. They do have showers to rinse off. Would recommend for sure!
easy access and clean beach with parking nearby-across street from Loggerhead Marinelife Center...sea turtle nests marked as we were there in nesting season-were able to see a turtle release while there this trip
In May there was no rocks in the water or on beach. There was a fair amount of seaweed on the beach but didn’t notice any in the water. Water was blue/green....Not brown, or murky...and the surf was a little rough that day.