Florida Atlantic Beaches West Palm Beach Area Topo Map

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Jupiter Inlet, just south of the Palm Beach–Martin County border, is the second of the two major dividing lines along the east coast of Florida. Whereas the other one marks a difference in sand type, this inlet marks a difference in water quality. Farther north, the warm waters of the Gulf Stream run anywhere between 15 and 50 miles offshore, whereas in Palm Beach County the tropical current comes as close to the beach as 2 to 3 miles. Aside from warmer water in winter months, this also means that the water clarity is consistently much better. The next few miles before the road bends inland again is a smorgasbord of beach opportunities, including Double Roads, Loggerhead Park, and Juno Beach Park, which features a brand-new fishing pier. Resuming its coastal path once again at the magnificent John D. MacArthur Beach State Park, A1A winds by Ocean Reef Park and Riviera Beach Municipal Beach before jogging inland again.
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West Palm Beach, Florida

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