Jupiter Inlet Colony homes are in a beautiful town located on the Atlantic Ocean on the northern side of Palm Beach County. Located at the southernmost tip of Jupiter Island, there are few places like it. Jupiter Inlet Colony consists of a small secluded community of homes, all with quaint walking paths to the blue waters of one of the most beautiful beaches in South Florida.
The main community of Jupiter Inlet Beach Colony sits in between the Atlantic Ocean, the Intracoastal Waterway, and the Jupiter Inlet. All homes in Jupiter Inlet Colony are a short walk to the beach and some sit directly on the ocean, Intracoastal or the Jupiter Inlet. If you are looking for one of the nicest communities in South Florida, look no further than this town. Jupiter Inlet Colony has it all. To the south visitors will find the City of Jupiter and to the north is the City of Tequesta. Jupiter Inlet Colony is a peaceful, residential community spanning just .2 square miles. This coastal town is surrounded by the Intracoastal Waterway, the Atlantic Ocean, and the narrow Jupiter Inlet. With only eight main roads, the residents of Jupiter Inlet Colony enjoy a comfortable existence, and enjoy the security of their own police department. Due to the intricate waterways, the adjacent ocean, and the Loxahatchee River, early pioneers and residents relied on the water to make their living. Tourism later became the lifeblood of Jupiter Inlet Colony. Boating, water sports, and sport fishing continue to draw residents and vacationers to the area today.