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Juno Beach Pier, Juno Beach
(4.3/5 based on 160+ reviews on the web)
The Juno Beach Pier is a 990-foot pier with a bait shop and snack bar and great salt water fishing. The pier is located in Juno Beach Park, located at 14776 Highway A1A, Juno Beach, Florida 33408.

- Pier/fishing information: (561) 855-6185

- Daily beach conditions: (561) 624-0065

- Ocean Rescue Headquarters: (561) 694-7480

Spectators - $1.00 • Fishing - $4.00

Fishing pole rentals are also availble for $15/day.

The pier sells a selection of frozen bait and various beverages and snack items as well.

Frozen Bait - $4.00

Clams, Sand Fleas, Sardines, Shrimp and Squid

Beverages - $1.00 • Gatorade - $2.00 • Juice Boxes - .50 cents

Coke, Diet Coke, Bottled Water, Sprite, Dr. Pepper, Mountain Dew, Iced Tea, Lemonade and Root Beer

Snacks - $1.00 • Slim Jim - .50 cents

Assorted Candy, Chips, Cookies, Crackers and Pretzels
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Reviews
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  • Enjoyed walking the pier, but was surprised that it's not free. The waves were crashing and the different color blues of the ocean were fabulous. Loved seeing the parasailors in the distance. Fun to w...  more »
  • Juno Beach is beautiful, warm, quiet, great extension. The pier is beautiful and stroll around both day night is like a dream ride.
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  • There isn't a lot of traffic here, and that makes for an amazingly relaxing time. The parking across the street is free, and the water is pretty warm. Sand crabs frequently pop in and out, but there a...  more »