Top 8 hot spots for things to do in Jupiter, Tequesta, Lake Park

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Meghan Varner, of Blueline Paddle Surf, helps Sophia Saade, of Palm Beach Gardens, steer a paddle board during an event at Blueline Paddle Surf in Jupiter. (Madeline Gray/The Palm Beach Post)

Jupiter is known for its natural beauty and wealthy lifestyle. But along its pristine coast of river and ocean, the mansions and yachts, and expensive cost of living, the millennial emerges — cut from the strange, ever-diminishing cloth of (upper) middle-class suburbs.

Jupiter millennials — some high school grads with trade jobs and others back from college with no jobs — appear sporadically throughout the town. They may not always form a homogenous body of lumped behaviors, but there are a few places in Jupiter you should check out if you are a millennial or a millennial-at-heart:

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