About Juno Pier

A brand spanking new 1,100ft pier now provides this straight section of beach with some good sandbars. Due to the pier’s length, there is no trench between the outside low tide banks and the inside high tide shorebreak. From here north to the Jupiter Inlet, there are 7 miles of beachbreak with good access, including the popular break called Corners.

Surfrider Foundation’s Palm Beach County chapter has brokered a deal with local authorities to allow surfing alongside the pier. Lifeguards will control the area and provide paddle-out channels next to the pier when it’s big. In return, all surfers must respect the lifeguards’ decisions in order to maintain this status quo. Plenty of roadside meters and a big car park make Juno an easy check, but don't expect to get it to yourself.

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Stormrider Guide for Juno Pier
  • All Tides All Tides
  • Pier, Groyne or Jetty with Peaks Pier, Groyne or Jetty with Peaks
  • Sand Sand
  • N - SE N - SE
  • Westerly Westerly
  • 12 2 Swell Range 2 - 12ft

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