DuBois Park

Posted By on Dec 11, 2013 | 0 comments

The homestead was settled by Harry DuBois in 1898, on a shell mound of the Hobe Indians. This massive oyster shell mound was over six hundred feet long, and close to twenty feet tall. Later archeological research discovered artifacts dating back to 500 BC. The DuBois family continue to inhabit the land until the the Palm Beach County Park system purchase it in 1972. Today the DuBois home still stands atop the shell mound, and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

Dubois Pioneer Home Treasure Hunter at low tide in DuBois Park Basingirl in the water at DuBois park playing in the water at DuBois park girl playing in the water at DuBois park lifeguard chair & bridge at DuBois park kids on intracoastal wall at DuBois park cannon recovered from Jupiter inlet at DuBois park   kissing couple at DuBois park relaxing at the beach at the mouth of the jupiter inlet DuBois park fishing at DuBois Park Jupiter lighthouse from fishing pier DuBois Park



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