This quiet oceanfront community has a small-town atmosphere, and was the southern most terminuses of the four original stops of the Celestial Railroad. The other three stops included Jupiter, Mars and Venus. With a population of about 2,600, Juno Beach is tucked neatly between the Atlantic Ocean and the Intracoastal Waterway, and is a favorite retirement, fishing and vacation retreat. In the winter months, the population almost triples because of the many amenities the community has to offer. Not to mention it is located a few minutes from Roger Dean Stadium, the home for spring training of the Florida Marlins and St. Louis Cardinals.Additionally, Juno features the new Juno Beach County Park with a new fishing pier, as well as the Loggerhead County Park, with an oceanfront nature trail, Marine Life Center, bike path, and tennis court. From May to September each year, guides from the Marine Life Center introduce newcomers to turtle watching as the sea turtles return to the beaches to lay their eggs. Juno is fast becoming a destination for year around residence and offers a small town atmosphere that is fast becoming extinct in South Florida.