Gentile Glas Holloway O’Mahoney & Associates, Inc. is responsible for governmental approvals including a future land use amendment and rezoning of additional parcels, totaling 1.175 acres, which are now incorporated into this 21+ acre park. DuBois Park is located on the Jupiter Inlet at the mouth of the Loxahatchee River and contains the DuBois Pioneer Home, listed on the National Register of Historic places. The home was built in the traditional shingle-style in 1898, atop an Indian shell mound. In 1971 the land was purchased by Palm Beach County for a public park to provide recreational use. In 2008 additional parcels were bought and added to the park. Today, the park provides the public with a glimpse of Florida pioneer living from the late 1800’s a midst a coastal park with a guarded beach, picnic accommodations, a playground, and public restrooms.