Peanut Island in Florida

Peanut Island, located north of the Palm Beach Inlet in Florida, is a manmade island. The island got its “Peanut” name from a peanut oil shipping terminal that was supposed to be built there. The island is made up of dredged sand and was created over a span of 80 years.  Instead of becoming a shipping island, Peanut Island has become a first pick hangout for the locals of south Florida. This island is full of things to do from snorkeling to camping; it is the place to be for boaters. Peanut Island is close to other marinas such as Admirals Cove Marina and Jonathan’s Landing Marina. To view more Palm Beach County Marinas please click the link.

For more information about Admirals Cove Marina, please contact:

Rob Thomson
Managing Partner
Waterfront Properties & Club Communities
200 Admirals Cove Blvd, Ste. 302, Jupiter, Florida 33477
Office Phone:   (561) 743-0344
Mobile Phone: (561) 346-1881
Fax Number:    (561) 743-0350

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