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Living in Jupiter, Florida:
Tips for Moving and Visiting

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If you've been wondering what it's like to live in or visit Jupiter, the Crowdsourced Explorer community can help. We asked four people living in Jupiter what someone who is considering moving to or visiting there should know. Here are their pros and cons, tips, and advice:

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Jupiter has great prices for accommodation, ranging from houses and apartments. However, it is not your place if you are planning to go to college or study at low prices. But that’s not all. We have great malls and neighbors, the people here are friendly and would be willing to help you in any way possible. Consider Jupiter if you have a family and want an excellent neighborhood for them.

Lianna, says: 2020

Jupiter is a beautiful place, not only are their sprawling beaches and nature filled parks, but plenty of shopping and museums are easily accessible as well. Jupiter has several beautiful beaches that offer blue water and warm sand to relax in. Many parks right outside of the city offer both horse trails and hiking trails. Jupiter also offers many wonderful local shops with unique offerings and several museums such as the Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse.

Jupiter is a sleepy little beach town, with distinctive handmade art. In Jupiter you will find the best local caught seafood, and some of the best hidden getaways. While you’re here don’t forget to check out our flea markets and our active nightlife! Jupiter caters to anybody’s lifestyle and budget.

I would describe Jupiter, Florida as a beach getaway, with a hometown feel. You can find lush landscaping, beautiful natural areas, and homely neighborhoods. You may also find many family attractions, from a wildlife sanctuary, kayaking, and paddle boarding, to a Sea Turtle Rehabilitation Hospital, and many other exciting activities.

Katherine, says: 2020

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