Waterway Park is a great place to explore Palm Beach County’s diverse marine life, the park includes over 30,000 cubic yards of waste material brought up during the course of an excavation or dredging. The Jupiter High School Environmental Academy, the Boy and Girl Scouts of America, and others have planted over 35,000 red mangrove seedlings.
In 2016 the park underwent a large reconstruction to remove Australian Pines and other invasive species. The total expenditures for the project exceed $500,000. Resources came from the County's Roadway Production Division in order to counterbalance environmental destruction from the construction of the Donald Ross Road Bridge. 11 acres of red mangroves were planted during the 2016 renovation which have now taken root and become part of the park.
Waterway Park also includes public boat ramps which are perfect for launching your boat.
Where: 3630 Indiantown Road. Jupiter, Florida 33477