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Located on a barrier island in the northern reaches of the Gold Coast, the seaside town of Juno Beach was once a small community of businessmen (primarily tourist court/motel owners). Interestingly, the island it sits on was created when part of the Intracoastal Waterway was dredged here at the turn of the century. As Juno Beach grew, it was finally incorporated in 1953 and is now home to approximately 3,200 residents, not including seasonal residents that own vacation homes in the area.
Natural beauty, cultural activities, and strong community involvement are of prime importance in this coastal community. Expect to be embraced by the warmth of the locals and to be dazzled by Juno Beach’s natural charms and attractions.
Juno Beach Quick Facts:
• Juno Beach, or just Juno as it was once known, used to be the county seat for the area that was formerly known as Dade County. Dade County is now known as Miami-Dade County, and its county seat is Miami.
• This waterfront community is mostly residential, though it does have a vibrant commercial area. Real estate here ranges from condominiums to sprawling oceanfront estates.
• Scuba divers and shipwreck enthusiasts should check out the Spanish wrecks just off the shores of Juno Beach. These Spanish wrecks date back sometime between the late 16th to early 17th century.
• Swimming and sunbathing aren’t the only activities that residents and vacationers enjoy doing in Juno Beach. There are plenty of recreational opportunities to keep you active throughout your stay here, such as hiking, biking, fishing, tennis, golf and wildlife viewing.
• Juno Beach is home to the Florida Power & Light Company, which serves approximately 4 million customers.
• Within Juno Beach’s limits is the ocean conservation organization and marine sanctuary called the Loggerhead Marinelife Center. Loggerhead aims to conserve the local coastal ecosystem and focuses on the conservation and rehabilitation of threatened and endangered turtle species.