If you have recently moved to West Palm Beach and are looking for somewhere to take your family this summer, begin getting familiar with Florida’s beaches starting with Dubois Park. This historic park is rich with history and offers plenty of fun for the entire family. West Palm movers know that once you visit this beach front park, you and your family will make it a regular activity.
Location – DuBois Park is located at 19075 DuBois Road, Jupiter, FL 33477.
Hours – The park is open from sunrise to sunset. Swimming areas are guarded from 9 a.m. to 5:20 p.m. every day of the week and on weekends, from Memorial Day until the first day of the Palm Beach County public school year. Once school begins, swimming areas are only guarded on Saturdays and Sundays.
Amenities – DuBois Park features a swimming area, snorkeling lagoon, outdoor showers, restrooms, picnic pavilions, playground, canoeing and kayaking access, beach access, and jetty for fishing.
Entry Cost – FREE!
History – DuBois Park is named after Henry “Harry” Dubois and his family who owned, lived and worked on the land where the park is now located. Harry Dubois bought the 18 acres just south of the Jupiter Inlet because it was known for its beautiful ridge of Indian shell mound. As his family expanded, so did his business. Dubois profitably grew vegetables and bananas, sold fish, successfully salvaged shipwrecks and ultimately became the most well-known beekeeper around.
West Palm moving companies are proud to move families into our great city, we love history and we think that you will too – at DuBois Park!