The town of Juno Beach is in many ways the quintessential Florida beach town, boasting wide, sandy beaches with a dedicated area for swimming with life guards.
A popular fishing pier stretches nearly 1000 feet into the Atlantic. There is a bait shop on site and the pier goes far enough out for anglers to catch bonita, bluefish, kingfish, and cobia. Surfers love the break south of the pier. There are numerous hiking and bike trails.
This little oceanfront town is quite nice and manicured but manages to maintain natural beauty as well. And while Juno isn’t the biggest town around, it is quite close to the extensive shopping, dining and activities of Palm Beach Gardens.Based in Juno Beach, the Loggerhead Marinelife Center is world renowned for rehabilitating injured sea turtles. During summertime months, they offer turtle walks on the beach for visitors to experience and learn (and maybe even watch!) the nesting and egg laying of sea turtles. They also offer ecotours and hammock hikes and kids love to see the turtles in residence. A special treat is when they release a rehabilitated turtle back into the ocean.
When it comes to Juno real estate, there isn’t much on the market at any given time. A typical 2 bedroom, 2 bath condominium would be around $400,000. A nicely maintained 3 bedroom house with a pool would be in the $600,000 to $1,000,000 range. Intracoastal front homes can sometimes be found under $2 million. Oceanfront homes begin at around $2.5 million.