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Blowing Rocks Preserve, Jupiter, FL | Show Directions

Directions

Directions

The preserve is located at 574 South Beach Road, Hobe Sound, FL 33455-2804. 

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Coming from the north on I-95:

  • Take Hobe Sound exit 96 and head east on Bridge Road (SR 708).
  • Cross US 1 and continue on Bridge Road.
  • Take a right onto Jupiter Island at the end of the road (just before the beach).
  • Continue to the stop sign and bear to the left (south).
  • The preserve is approximately 7 miles south and offers parking on both sides of the road.
    Coming from the south on I-95:

Coming from the south on I-95:

  • Take Jupiter exit 87A (Indiantown Road).
  • Continue east on Indiantown Road to US 1.
  • Turn north (left) on US 1 to Jupiter Inlet.
  • Immediately after crossing bridge turn right on South Beach Road (CR707).
  • Drive 2 miles and look for preserve sign on right. Parking is 1/2 mile ahead.

  • Nursery and Restoration
    Schedule is flexible
    Care for plants in native nursery and on restoration sites.
  • Invasive Plant Removal
    First Saturday of each month
    9 a.m. - noon
    Help remove invasive, non-native plants from Blowing Rocks Preserve.
  • Carpentry, maintenance and tool care
    Schedule is flexible

For more information about volunteer opportunities at Blowing Rocks Preserve, or to sign up, e-mail mrenda@tnc.org.

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