Jupiter is a relaxed beachfront town with 40,000 year-round residents who live within a network of inlets and waterways. Life in Jupiter is easygoing and low-key, and yet there is access to plenty of luxury amenities. Jupiter offers fine dining establishments, informal eateries and shopping opportunities for all tastes and budgets. On the down-home front, baseball devotees love the proximity to spring training—both the St. Louis Cardinals and Miami Marlins train and play at Jupiter’s Roger Dean Stadium. And let’s not forget about the beaches, which have served as retreats for surfers and beach goers for decades. Stop by Dubois Park, with more than 1,200 feet of tropical palm-lined beach and then to Carlin Park which offers an exercise trail and dog beach. Just across the Intracoastal Waterway is Jupiter Island, a wealthy enclave encompassing Blowing Rocks Preserve, which protects the island’s habitats, boasts the largest stretch of Anastasia limestone along the Atlantic.