What to Do
More than just fun in the sun
In Martin County, nature is the greatest amenity of all. The Treasure Coast offers unique and intriguing attractions such as Florida’s oldest and only remaining lifesaving station Gilbert’s House of Refuge, a world-class oceanographic center and midnight sea turtle egg-laying expeditions. The city of Stuart, the county seat of Martin County, is also known as The Sailfish Capital of the World. So, of course, great fishing abounds throughout miles of peaceful beaches and coastlines. Including the hundreds of golf courses throughout the county, we keep the outdoor fun going all year long! Additionally, you’ll find charming streets lined with galleries, restaurants, cafes, high-end fashion boutiques and gift shops all in a rustic, laid-back old Florida atmosphere. Discover Martin County, and take a journey through the Florida you didn’t know existed.
The Stuart Heritage Museum is located in the oldest commercial building in Stuart and Martin County. Step back in time to learn about the unusual, the forgotten, and some of the fascinating people, events, and places from Martin County's history. The purpose of Stuart Heritage is to help preserve the heritage, artifacts, and history of Stuart and its surrounding communities. The countless relics housed by the museum define the history of the people, businesses, agriculture and community spirit of the City of Stuart and Martin County. The Green Market operates next door at City Hall. Admission to the Museum is always free
The Children’s Museum of the Treasure Coast (TCM) is located in the heart of Indian Riverside Park in Jensen Beach. Their mission is to offer children and families a place to explore and learn through hands-on, interactive activities. Special program days are offered by the Museum and are extremely popular with the adults and children who visit the Museum.
The Mansion of Tuckahoe, located within Indian Riverside Park, was listed in the National Register of Historic Places in 2005. The newly restored, unique, and historic museum is available for meetings, weddings, and special events.
The Barn Theater is a 169-seat community theatre presenting five main stage productions, and a Showcase Series of one-act plays held between main stage productions.
319 SE Stypmann Boulevard, Memorial Park
Stuart FL 34994
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Road to Victory Military Museum has Military Vehicles, WWII Encampments, Camp Victory Children's area and Mini 'boot camp', WWII Battle Re-enactment, Weapons Demonstrations and more.
The Fish House Art Center and Gallery is located on the waterfront of Manatee Pocket in the Village of Port Salerno, Florida, just five miles south of downtown Stuart. The Fish House Gallery is two stories with 3,000 sq. ft. of American Fine Art and Fine Crafts. In addition, the art center has 10 resident artists’ studios; including painters, glass artists, and ceramic sculptors. The resident artists work in their studios year round. The public is welcome to watch them work and purchase their creations.
The Lyric Theater, located in historic downtown Stuart, is host to plays, musicals, and also showcases big name talent. Built in 1920s as a silent movie house, it is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. This grand old theatre represents a colorful history in the community as a central gathering place for young and old alike. The Lyric Theatre seats 500 and features whisper-perfect acoustics. It is host to a variety of events, ranging from classical theatre to rock and country bands, orchestra and jazz concerts, dance recitals, and school programs, as well as movies.
Court House Cultural Center and Gallery is managed by the Arts Council. Serving Stuart and Martin County, the Court House Cultural Center Gallery hosts fine art exhibitions. Designed in the art deco style and built in 1937, as a federal Public Works Administration project, the building was added to the National Registry of Historic Places in 1997.
The Florida Oceanographic Coastal Center is located on Hutchinson Island. Situated between the Atlantic Ocean and the Indian River Lagoon, the 57-acre parcel houses the Society's headquarters, nature trails, 750,000-gallon Game Fish Lagoon, Sea Turtle Pavilion, Children's Activity Pavilion, Sea Star Touch Tank Pavilion, Rays on the Reef Ray Pavilion, and the Frances Langford Visitors Center. With its coastal hardwood hammocks and mangrove swamp communities, the site provides excellent opportunities for education and research aimed at increasing visitors' knowledge of these unique environments.. Open daily: Mon-Sat 10am to 5pm: Sun noon to 4pm, admission $12.00 Adults, $6.00 Children 3-12 years
The House of Refuge on Hutchinson Island is run by the Elliott Museum. Step back in time to the turn of the century with a visit to the House of Refuge Museum at Gilbert’s Bar. The House of Refuge, Martin County’s oldest building, used to provide supplies and shelter to shipwrecked sailors. The House of Refuge is the only remaining house of refuge, and it has been listed on the National Register of Historic Places since 1974. It also contains the Wreck of George Valentine dive site. The House of Refuge is located at: 301 SE MacArthur Boulevard on Hutchinson Island. You can purchase a combination ticket that gives you a discount for both Elliott Museum and House of Refuge.
Tour Groups will meet at the Seminole Inn located on State Road 710 in the heart of Indiantown, Florida
Indiantown FL 34956
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From October to May, we invite you to "tromp the swamp" - FREE of charge - to observe the exclusive, natural beauty of the Barley Barber Swamp. All groups are accompanied by a tour guide along our 5,800 foot closed loop boardwalk. Individual tours are by reservation and must be booked in advance. Tours are available Wednesday through Sunday at 8:30am and 1:30pm. Buses depart from the Seminole Inn.
Martin County's only underwater archaeological preserve and an underwater site on the National Register of historic places. Contact the House of Refuge.
The Elliott Museum’s mission is to inspire creativity through exhibitions and programs about art, history, and technology for the people who live in and visit the Treasure Coast of Florida. Named after prolific inventor Sterling Elliott, it hosts a dynamic and interactive collection of antique automobiles, vintage boats, and an impressive baseball collection. This treasure coast gem includes a deep trove of Treasure Coast histories and stories sure to delight all ages. Located on the southernmost point of Hutchinson Island in Stuart Florida at the entrance to Stuart Beach.
1 Block South of the Jensen Beach Causeway
Jensen Beach FL 34957
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Enjoy the Beauty of Nature, Paddle the Indian River Lagoon and Surrounding Waterways. Open Daily 8am-6pm
Doc Meyers Park is a fantastic athletics venue that offers athletes and teams of all ages to compete on one of the well-maintained fields. Activities include soccer, football, lacrosse, soccer, baseball, softball, tennis, basketball, and more.
Stuart Riverboat Cruises, our lunch, dinner and dinner/dance cruises offer a 3 hour cruise on the beautiful St. Lucie & Indian Rivers. Feast on a delicious buffet, including dessert and beverages. After your meal you can enjoy our dance floor on the second deck with our on-board DJ on every cruise except Saturday Nights when we have a Live Band. We also have a full service bar available for you to enjoy your favorite beer, wine, or cocktail. It departs from the City Dock at 121 S.W. Flagler Ave, Stuart Fl 34994.
Timer Powers Park is located in Western Martin County on Citrus Boulevard in Indiantown.? The park is 37 acres with the scenic Okeechobee waterway bordering the east side of the park.? The park has many large oak trees, and is listed as part of the Lake Okeechobee Scenic Trail. There are many pavilions and a Community Center available for rental for events. The park is also has a state-of-the-art, covered equestrian arena that is the only public equestrian arena in Martin County. It is available to the public for general usage and organized horse shows. Timer Powers Park is the location of the annual Indiantown Rodeo which is one of the nation's most prominent rodeos which dates back to 1947.
Bathtub Beach is the southernmost public beach on Hutchinson Island. It is a favorite spot for families and beach goers of all ages. At low tide, the calm, crystal-clear water is warmed by the sun's rays and protected from the breaking surf by the reef and rock formations. This "bathtub" effect makes it a perfect out for enjoying the water, snorkeling and for kids of all ages. It has been called "one of the best beaches in Martin County."
Jonathan Dickinson State Park is located just south of Stuart. This park teems with wildlife in 13 natural communities including sand pine, scrub pine, flatwoods, mangroves and river swamps. The Loxahatchee River, Florida's first federally designated Wild and Scenic River, runs through the park. Ranger-guided tours of the 1930's pioneer homestead of Trapper Nelson are available year-round. There are paved and off-road biking, equestrian, and hiking trails. There is also boating, canoeing, and kayaking along the river. You can freshwater fish along the riverbank or from a boat. The park offers two full-facility campgrounds and a primitive campground. It is located 12 miles south of Stuart on US1.
Indian RiverSide Park (IRSP) is the premier family destination park in Martin County. Located in Jensen Beach, IRSP sits beach side on the Indian River Lagoon, with a walking path, fishing pier, interactive play fountain, beach, pavilions, banquet space, and much more.? Make sure you call for availability of tours on the Mansion at Tuckahoe or Captain Henry Sewall's Home. IRSP is also home to the U.S. Sailing Center of Martin County and The Children's Museum of the Treasure Coast.
Small Boat Community Sailing Center offering sailing for the experienced sailor to the beginner wanting to learn. The USSCMC is continually offering sailing instruction, sailboat rides, membership sailing, and recreational and racing opportunities for all ages. The USSCMC hosts many regattas through out the year, notably the Junior Olympic Festival, Laser Masters, 420 Midwinter Championships, and OptiFest.
LCpl Justin Wilson Memorial Park
2050 SW Mapp Road
Palm City FL 34990
L. Cpl. Justin Wilson Memorial Park offers sports recreation activities for almost every sport including football, soccer, lacrosse, tennis, raquetball, biking, basketball and more! Bring your family and friends out to enjoy the BBQ grills at the pavilions and the playground.
Langford Park is named after the famous entertainer, Frances Langford, who donated the 20 acres of land near her estate in Jensen Beach in 1948. The park is home to the Vince Bocchino Community Center that hosts summer camps and the J.A.S.E. Program (Jensen After School Experience) as well as the Log Cabin Senior Center that hosts many senior programs and activities. With the many facilities and sports activities available, Langford Park provides something for everyone. The park is located just south of the famous Stuart Welcome Arch.
Phipps Park, relax and get away from it all. Located along the Okeechobee Waterway, this 55 acre conservation park is easily accessible from the Florida Turnpike and Interstate 95. The park offers fishing, nature trails, a boat ramp, and camping. There are campsites that offer "hook-ups" for RV's and for those who like to rough it a little more there are primitive sites for tents. Visitors have spotted rare wildlife including burrowing owls, coyotes, otters, and bobcats among other interesting flora and fauna.
Spend a relaxing day at the DuPuis Management Area. The perfect place to walk in the woods, ride your bicycle, fish from a pier, sleep under the stars, picnic, and even take your horse with you.
We are a rental store featuring stand-up Paddle Boards, Kayaks, Beach Cruiser Bicycles and Long-Board Skateboards. We enjoy giving people lessons, tours and just getting them on the water. Our store also provides sales of stand up Paddle Boards, accessories, apparel, sunglasses and other gear. Hours: 7 Days a Week - 8:30 am - 5:30 pm.
Offering two Martin County locations specializing in SCUBA, equipment rental, instruction, local trips and dive vacations.
Sandsprit Park is located at the entrance to the Manatee Pocket. The park is an amazing place to visit to enjoy a day near or on the water. The boat ramp at Sandsprit is one of the busiest and offers the closest access to the St. Lucie Inlet. There is a boardwalk that circles the perimeter of the park and allows for fishing, walking, running, biking, and more. There is a playground for children and pavilions available for rental for parties and events. Sandsprit park is a great place to get outside and enjoy the beauty of Martin County, the waterways and the recreational activities offered.
Fishing Year Round. Catch your own dinner or just have some fun with our experienced, courteous and friendly crew. Finest Kind Marina.
Triathletes and kayakers will find the largest selection of triathlon gear as well as kayaks and accessories. We stock high quality swimming , cycling and running products. Also, we rent kayaks, bikes and paddle boards. Our facility has a launch point for kayaks and paddle boards atop the Frazier Creek which enters the North Fork River. Experience the difference when you come visit us in the beautiful Downtown district in Florida. Monday –Thursday 10am-5pm, Friday 10am-6pm, Sat. 9am-4pm.
Join Captain Nancy Beaver on an eco-boat tour of the Indian River and the St. Lucie River and discover why these estuaries are so special. See Bottlenose Dolphin, Manatee, Sea Turtles or perhaps an Otter or a Sting Ray. Visit an island which is home to 14 species of birds. Departs near Finz Restaurant.
Voted the best fishing boat on the Treasure Coast, the Lady Stuart I will take you to some great spots offshore, where you are bound to catch a nice snapper, grouper, sea bass, kingfish, cobia or dolphin. The Lady Stuart I sails daily year-round and offers both 5-hour and 7-hour trips. We are also available for private boat tours and ash scattering services.
From wave runners to 24' boats as well as kayaks & canoes - one stop water fun center with three locations - Stuart, Jupiter and Tequesta. Open year round, 7 days a week, from sun-up till 7 p.m. daily.
Halfway between Orlando and Miami this 200-acre resort is on an island bordered by the Atlantic Ocean beaches and Intracoastal Waterway. Features 274 deluxe newly renovated accommodations with 224 guest rooms and 50 suites; the Sandpiper Building is located directly on the ocean. This unique resort offers a wide array of activities from including a beach an 18-hole executive golf course, tennis, a mini spa and a 77-slip marina. Minutes to Beach: 0
Named for its rocky Anastasia limestone shoreline, the largest on the U.S. Atlantic coast, this magnificently restored sanctuary offers a rare window into Florida’s natural history. Visitors can get a glimpse of one of our state’s rarest surviving landscapes – an intact Florida dune habitat with beach sunflower, bay cedar, sea grape, and sea oats. Three hiking trails and boardwalks, each up to 1/3 mile long, feature interpretative signs all along the paths. Swimming, snorkeling, and scuba diving are allowed from the beach during listed hours. The Hawley Education Center provides tourists and the local community an opportunity to learn about efforts to protect native habitats, plants, and animals in Florida and around the world.
Located in South Florida, J & R Outfitters prides itself on being more than just another hunting operation. Although hunting is the name of the game, J & R Outfitters guided trips emphasize the total hunting experience.
Old Florida Wildlife Tours welcomes you to the Florida of yesteryear. Our one-hour swamp buggy tour will introduce you to both the largest native and exotic game preserve east of the Mississippi River and a working Florida cattle ranch.
Halpatiokee Regional Park is the largest park in Martin County with 65 acres of active park land surrounded by 470 acres of wetland preserve area. Many sport activities occur here on the soccer/football fields, tennis courts, softball/baseball fields and an open air roller-hockey rink. Bring your camera to catch wildlife along the many walking/hiking trails and 7.5 miles of mountain biking trails. You can bring your own kayak or canoe and explore the South Fork of the St. Lucie River, you may also rent them here too. Halpatiokee is the Seminole Indian word meaning "Alligator Water."
Located at Halpatiokee Regional Park off SR 76. Buy or rent fishing, touring and recreational kayaks. Call shop for guided trip information. 772-223-1500
This new and exciting water park features two four-story water slides, a gentle and relaxing 1,000 lazy river, an interactive water playground, and an Olympic-class competitive swim venue.
Allapattah Flats Trail is a passive recreation area featuring parking facilities and a nature trail which also provides opportunities for hiking, biking and primitive camping. This area provides seasonal hunting and will allow for equestrian trails along the northern perimeter of the project. This site is a cooperative effort of the Martin County Board of County Commissioners, the South Florida Water Management District and the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission.
Departing from Downtown Stuart River Pier
Stuart FL 34994
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Treasure Coast Sailing Adventures is a Stuart and Jensen Beach charter boat company based around a traditional wooden sailing vessel, the Lily. We welcome you to experience one of our beautiful trips that depart from downtown Stuart Riverwalk Pier from December 10th through April 30th. The Lily’s 1 ½ to 2 hour daily sails will be interactive and refreshing. Each of our 3 sails offers something different. Come join Captain Fred and crew for an exciting and educational adventure. Aboard the Lily, you will travel back to a time in America’s recent history where sailing vessels were the cargo carriers of their time.
Fish House Art Center Dock
4745 SE DeSoto Avenue
Stuart FL 34997
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Charter Surprise - a 48-foot high performance sailing catamaran. In mint condition, this custom cruising cat is 25-feet wide with spacious decks plus two bow trampolines. She is comfortable, stable and beautifully appointed. Inside the bridgedeck is a large dining table, navigation station and computer desk. In the hulls are 4 staterooms, 2 heads and galley. Step away from life ashore and sail away for a half-day or longer. Stay local or sail to the Keys, Tortugas or Bahamas. All charters are custom designed.
Port Mayaca Park
Indiantown FL 34956
Port Mayaca Park has stunning sunsets. This park also has a picnic area and fishing access.
Intersection of Highway A1A and State Route 732 Hutchinson Island
Jensen Beach FL 34957
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This public access beach is officially called Jensen Sea Turtle Beach but locals refer to it is as Jensen Beach. Locals and visitors alike flock to the wide sandy beach on the Atlantic Ocean on Hutchinson Island. The Sand Dune Café is located here and is open 7 Days a Week. Several picnic pavilions as well as volleyball courts bathrooms and showers make this a complete all-ages park.
4191 NE Ocean Blvd,
Jensen Beach, FL 34957
Jensen Beach Causeway
Jensen Beach FL 34957
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A favorite for fisherman of all levels. The Jensen Beach Causeway has a bike path, access to boat ramps, picnic sites, restrooms and a playground.
Explore one of Florida’s Federally and State designated “Wild and Scenic Rivers,” aboard the Loxahatchee Queen III, a 49-passenger, Coast Guard-certified, stable and covered vessel.
Join people from around the world on our two hour tour as it meanders along the beautiful Loxahatchee River. Marvel at the hardwoods, ferns and century-old cypress trees as you wind along this ancient sub-tropical stream.
Manatee Spotted in the Loxahatchee River
Your adventure will be narrated by your licensed Captain as he relates the history and wildlife of the river. From the comfort and safety of your own individual armchair, view some of the state’s endangered and threatened wildlife. Often seen are Alligators and the West Indian Manatee. Frequently seen are various types of bird and animal life, such as Bald Eagles, Osprey, Great and Little Blue Herons, Egrets, Raccoons, Florida Peninsula Cooter Turtles and a variety of other species
Jupiter Island Beach Road and Highway A1A
Hobe Sound FL 33455
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Take the scenic drive east on SE Bridge Rd through the tree canopy and end up at the Hobe Sound Public Beach Park. This guarded beach is a great spot for you to soak up the sun and enjoy a day with family and friends.
just off of Colorado Avenue
Stuart FL 34994
Kiwanis Park. Delightful playground, swings, and picnic areas right in downtown Stuart.
Located next to The Reef, at the Fish House Art Center
4745 SE DeSoto Avenue
Stuart FL 34997
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This family owned & operated water sport activity is guaranteed fun for young and old, and the great part, is that you don't have to be athletic to do it! Specializing in Guided Tours, that include a free lesson, and digital photos of your adventure. Stand Up Paddle Boarding is the hottest growing sport in the world, come out and see what your missing! We at Coastal PaddleBoarding are #1 in Customer Service, because we Go out of our way, to make your day! Rentals, Guided Tours & Sales. Find us on facebook and check out our website, call or text 772-341-8898 "Now don't just sit there,......Stand Up & PADDLE !" with Coastal Paddle Boarding
The House of Refuge at Gilbert’s Bar is the only remaining House of Refuge. Built as one of ten along the east coast of Florida, it is the oldest structure in Martin County and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
The Houses of Refuge were designated as havens for shipwrecked sailors and travelers along the sparsely populated Atlantic coastline of Florida. Run by the United States Lifesaving Service, the Houses played a critical role in a time when sailing ships dominated the world commerce.
The historic structure has weathered many storms and provided needed shelter for shipwreck survivors, including those of the Georges Valentine, an Italian brigantine whose wreckage remains just 100 yards off the rocky shoreline, providing an ideal dive site.
The House of Refuge continues to withstand the test of time, while offering a fascinating look at a bygone lifestyle along the sea.
Stuart Beach is located across from the Elliott Museum and the Florida Oceanographic Coastal Center. The park offers a variety of amenities including covered picnic areas, beach volleyball courts, basketball courts, showers, restrooms and more. Grab a snack or lunch at the Chef Shack while you enjoy your day at one of Martin County's favorite beaches.
Treasure Coast Kayaking, Fishing and Touring. Tour the tropical head water of the St. Lucie River. Relax and enjoy nature as you pedal the "Hobie Outback" quietly through the water while your hands are free to take photos. There's plenty of room for all your gear aboard!
Bike Path Access. Boat Ramp. Fishing Access. Picnic Sites. Restrooms.
Audubon’s Possum Long offers natural trails; cardinal Red-bellied Woodpecker, nesting yellow-crowned night heron, migrants, native, and exotic plants. Free and open dawn to dusk; guided tours are available by appointment.
Experience the romance and freedom of flight. See an air show from the pilot's perspective. Fly with Snoopy as he dogfights with the Red Baron.
A full service equestrian experience. Be a spectator or participant in a variety of equestrian and polo adventures. The true horseman or horsewoman will find an abundance of social and sporting activities related to their passion and interest in the equine arena. Only Sunlight Ranch offers the unique combination of nature preserves, conservation, and natural beauty combined with easy access to Palm Beach International Airport, major arteries, excellent schools, beautiful beaches, great shopping and fine dining.
Offering paddle boat and kayak rental service on the Treasure Coast, from Fort Pierce to Hobe Sound. Our operations center is at Wood Stork Trail Park (see map below) but we also service the lot on the East end of the Jensen Beach Causeway, feel free to call us for the most current info. Hourly and daily rates are available; charter services and party rentals are also available. Prices will vary based on services rendered and are subject to change without notice. Reservations are required to guarantee availability but we try to be as accommodating as we can. We love life on the water and we hope you will too. Reconnect with nature and discover a little bit of paradise on a personal level.
Hobe Sound National Wildlife Refuge is a coastal refuge bisected by the Indian River Lagoon into two separate tracts of land totaling over 1000 acres. The 735- acre Jupiter Island portion provides some of the most productive sea turtle nesting habitats in the United States. Hobe Sound Nature Center offers both on and off-site native wildlife presentations and field experiences to local areas. Nature trails allow for hikes on estuaries, barrier islands, and sand pine scrub. A highly popular event is the sea turtle walk program, held on warm, summer nights from the end of May through mid-July. Reservations are required, and the center begins taking them as early as April 1 each year.
With numerous thriving natural and artificial reefs along Martin County’s shores, the area truly lives up to its reputation as the “Treasure Coast.” Each reef offers a bounty of rich aquatic life, creating ideal locales for saltwater anglers and recreational divers. Offshore, the prevailing north current allows boaters to begin at the southern end of these sites and drift north across a two-mile stretch of diverse reef environments.
Martin County’s Artificial Reef Program offers over ninety-five outstanding sites for fishing and dive exploration – and the number continues to grow. There is no better way to appreciate our area’s natural treasures than to fish and explore these waters. We invite you to dive in!
St. Lucie Inlet Preserve State Park. This classic Florida barrier island is accessible only by boat, but it is worth the ride. A boardwalk takes visitors across mangrove forests and hammocks of live oaks, cabbage palms, paradise trees, and wild limes to a neatly preserved Atlantic beach.
Renting a Duffy Boat is the best way to experience all of the beautiful sites Stuart has to offer. Enjoy the area as you cruise along silently in our clean and green electric boats. Duffys are fun, easy to drive and are great for all kinds of events. Whether it is a family outing, a business meeting or a romantic evening together, Duffy Boats has something for everyone! All of our boats have full canopy top and window enclosures to protect from any weather condition. They are extremely easy to operate and no boating license is necessary to drive one.
Riding Bikes and Scooters in Downtown Stuart is the perfect activity for everyone. Come explore this growing town with its many shops, eateries, and breathtaking views. Our shop is centrally located in the downtown area near the sailfish water fountain. Choose from our unique selection of quality scooters and bikes, including cruisers, tandems and trikes. We have 4 hr, All Day and Weekly rentals. Delivery Available.
Located at J & S Fish Camp
9500 SW Conners Hwy
Okeechobee FL 34974
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Enjoy fishing and nature on Lake Okeechobee at its best. Let's go Boating on the Big Lake O. Lake O Boat Rentals offers eighteen miles of boating fun on the rim canal from Port Mayaca to Nubbin Slough with direct lake access from J & S Fish Camp Locks. We are proud to have the best rentals on the lake with your comfort and safety a priority. We have 14' Jon boats, a 17' Lowe Bass and 20' & 22' Pontoons with a Marine mechanic on premise. Come out to the Lake for excellent fishing, or nature observation.
Indiantown Marina is located on the St. Lucie Canal which links Stuart on the East Coast to Fort Myers on the West Coast via Lake Okeechobee and the Caloosahatchee River.
Jupiter Hills Lighthouse Marina
18261 SE Federal Highway
Tequesta FL 33469
West of Green Day Mark 57. Approximately one mile north of the Jupiter Inlet.
Located 1.5 miles north of the Jupiter Inlet
St. Lucie Marine
200 NW Alice Avenue
Stuart FL 34994
On the south fork of the St. Lucie River at the southeast end of the Palm City Bridge, Riverwatch marina is only seven miles from the St. Lucie Inlet but at the hub of Stuart's active yachting community.
Situated across from the AA Marina on the beautiful Indian River Drive in Jensen Beach, we are minutes from Atlantic beaches, many golf courses, fine and casual dining and varied nightlife. Less than one mile south of the historic village of Jensen Beach, the facility stretches along the Indian River. Accommodations range from studio apartments with outside veranda, efficiencies, to 1 bedroom suites. All are recently renovated with tropical decor and new appliances. Minutes to Beach: 5
26-unit family-owned and operated resort on the shores of the Indian River. Motel rooms efficiencies and cottages. Fish off the 300 pier, bring your boat or enjoy the resorts canoes and kayaks. Heated pool. The grounds are spacious with private spots for reading, swaying in a hammock, fishing, bird-watching. Minutes to Beach: 5
290 N Dixie Highway
Stuart FL 34994
Whether traveling north/south on the ICW or east/west through Lake Okeechobee, Stuart Cay Marina is a convenient stop. Located approximately six miles from the St. Lucie Inlet, we are well protected and within walking distance to quaint Old Stuart.
Sailfish Marina of Stuart is family owned and operated with pride by the Bayley family. It is meticulously maintained and supported by friendly and helpful staff, who have been "marina family" for years.
Located at the Finest Kind Marina Tuesday & Thursday Famous Jupiter Island Luncheon Cruise. This delightful luncheon cruise travels south along the Indian River to Florida's most exclusive island where America's ultra-rich reside. Listen to the interesting stories of Jupiter Island as we cruise by homes of celebrities such as Tiger Woods, Greg Norman, Burt Reynolds, the late Perry Como and many more. As we cruise past the vast nature preserves on the island, watch for wildlife, exotic birds along with manatee and dolphin. The historic Jupiter Lighthouse makes for the ultimate cruise destination.
Located in beautiful Stuart Florida, on Manatee Pocket, just minutes from St. Lucie Inlet. Situated near MP 990 on the ICW, Mariner Cay also enjoys its location on the East/West Okechobee Waterway (near MP 0). Gat way to Western Florida and the Gulf of Mexico. Boasting easy access to fueling and with just about everything you need blocks away, you will find yourself in a friendly picturesque gated community. Our boaters come for a visit and stay for years. Whether your interests are in fishing the sport fish waters close by, or in cruising the Islands of the Bahamas, (Grand Bahama Island lies only 60 miles to the East) you will find the best of everything here.
Full-service deep-water marina two-miles from St. Lucie Inlet can accommodate 100 vessels. Home to the Treasure Coast's largest fishing fleet. Fifty large tropically appointed guest rooms and mini suites all feature waterfront vistas and balconies. Pirates Loft Restaurant and Lounge serves lunch and dinner daily. Heated pool, bait & tackle shop, gift shop. Conference facilities for 100. Minutes to Beach: 5
Southpoint Anchorage Marina is conveniently located at the "Crossroads," where the Intracoastal Waterway meets the Okeechobee Waterway in Stuart, Florida. Accessible by the Ocean via the St. Lucie inlet, this area has long been a stopping point for boaters to rest and provision before or after a trip to Florida's west coast and the Gulf of Mexico via the Okeechobee Waterway.
Loggerhead® Marina - Stuart, a truly unique location, is situated where the Intracoastal Waterway, the Atlantic Ocean and the Okeechobee Waterway all interconnect. This beautiful facility, all new within the past few years, offers cruising boaters as well as hometown locals a special spot to store their vessel. Our floating and fixed docks are designed to accommodate all shapes and sizes in perfect comfort. Loggerhead® Marina - Stuart encompasses the quality you would expect from the leader in marina service.
Explore one of Florida’s Federally and State designated "Wild and Scenic Rivers," aboard the Loxahatchee Queen III, a 49-passenger, Coast Guard-certified, stable and covered vessel. Join people from around the world on our two hour tour as it meanders along the beautiful Loxahatchee River. Your adventure will be narrated by your licensed Captain as he relates the history and wildlife of the river. Frequently seen are various types of bird and animal life, such as Bald Eagles, Osprey, Great and Little Blue Herons, Egrets, Raccoons, Florida Peninsula Cooter Turtles, Alligators, the West Indian Manatee, and a variety of other species.
Treasure Coast Sailing Adventures is a Stuart and Jensen Beach charter boat company based around a traditional wooden sailing vessel, the Lily. We welcome you to experience one of our beautiful trips that depart from downtown Stuart Riverwalk Pier. The Lily’s 1 ½ to 2 hour daily sails will be interactive and refreshing. Each of our 3 sails offers something different. Come join Captain Fred and crew for an exciting and educational adventure. Aboard the Lily, you will travel back to a time in America’s recent history where sailing vessels were the cargo carriers of their time.
There's no need to be familiar with the waterways, purchase an annual fishing license, get the proper equipment or worry about where the fish are biting. Mandalay Charters will take care of it all so you can enjoy fishing on the St. Lucie and Indian Rivers! Day and night charters are available.Fly and light tackle fishing from an 18' Dolphin Skiff. Up to 3 people.
Halpatiokee Regional Park -Canoe/kayak launch
SW Lost River Road
Stuart FL 34997
Martin County Parks and Recreation, along with the Martin County Ecosystem Restoration and Management Division and the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission, is proud to announce the opening of a non-motorized canoe/kayak launch area with adjacent parking, providing access to the lakes in the southern portion of Halpatiokee Regional Park. These lakes have recently benefited from a variety of habitat enhancement activities and offer visitors paddling, fishing, and birding opportunities. The site can be accessed at the south end of SW Lost River Road. The new launch will be open seven (7) days a week from 7:00 a.m. to sunset.
For more information, contact Randy Phillips at 772-221-1353 or email email@example.com.
Native Water Sports offers KAYAKS and PADDLE BOARDS (SUPs) for fishing, fitness, touring, and exploring. Services include Sales, Rentals, Tours, and Lessons. We also carry a nice selection of kayak and SUP accessories including, our specialty, THULE roof rack systems.
M&CBM has relocated to the Frances Langford Pavilion in the Indian Riverside Park in Jensen Beach, where its permanent Ralph Evinrude Exhibit is now housed. This interim relocation will be used during the construction period of the new MYM facilities, also in Indian Riverside Park, located between the Leach Mansion and the U. S. Sailing Center. MYM’s temporary home will provide enlarged facilities for exhibition galleries and other museum spaces which will permit an immediate expansion of programming for museum visitors.
Imagine floating down a lazy river or launching yourself down a four-story water slides. Children of all ages will enjoy the interactive water playground, where little ones can splash around in sprays and slides. For those with athletic interests, the competitive pool is host to numerous swimming and diving meets, as well as water polo competitions.
The Piper’s Landing Championship Course is impeccably designed to become six different courses of play, offering any skill-level of golfer a challenge that never loses its allure. Due to the exclusivity of the Club, we pride ourselves on being one of the only courses in South Florida where you can be assured of a tee time when it works for you. When you’re ready for a lesson, our expert team of PGA professionals is at your service.
People who know what we mean when we say "old Florida" golf will appreciate The Florida Club like no other club in the area. From beginner golfers to old hands, we offer a traditional Florida-style tract, with all that entails: long, wide fairways surrounded by stately ancient oaks, pines and palmettos. Five sets of tees to accommodate every skill level, and frankly, some of the best golf in the region. But we’ve added a modern twist here at The Florida Club: FootGolf?-- we can’t say it’s a craze because a craze comes and goes and FootGolf is definitely here to stay. Throughout your tour of the course you’ll see wildlife and pristine natural habitats maintained at Audubon standards.
This is a tough course to score well on, but it is fun to play. There are some sand bunkers on the course, but the main hazards are the lakes and wetlands that come into play on most of the holes. The front nine has young trees that haven't quite matured, and the back nine, the older of the two, has many pine trees lining its fairways. The greens are undulating and fast, and the fairways have a defined cut of rough, so shot accuracy is at a premium. The signature hole is #1, a 322-yard, par 4, requiring a blind approach shot over the "Dragon's Head" berm in order to reach the green. Par: 70 Holes: 18.
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27-holes of golf on a well-manicured municipal course. Par 72; Yardage 6,436; Rating 70.8; Slope 121.
Hammock Creek Golf Club Par 72 Jack Nicklaus and Son design is the product of every father-son's dream. It has generous fairways, undulating greens and an assortment of tees to titillate the fancy of every golfer. The course is the orchestration of two talented designers from different perspectives, generations and tastes, but with a unifying harmony and focus. 7,100 yards Rating and Slope 73.6/132.
Par 72 Tom Fazio golf course. Nominated by Golf Digest as one of the nation's best. Designed to be challenging while preserving the natural habitat, Champions is 6,800 yards of fairways and greens winding through 275 acres of wetlands, upland preserves and lakes. It's a walk with Audubon with Sandhill cranes, osprey, deer, and fox breaking the silence.
Par 72 Tommy Fazio design cut right out of the Savannas. It's a backwoods Shangri-la, a sea of grass parted by bridges to islands of golfing splendor and each hole is a world onto itself. The course intermingles with hundreds of species of birds, animals and waterfowl. Uncharacteristic to most Florida golf courses, at Eagle Marsh, the golfer only sees the hole in play, not other fairways. In fact, upon completion of your round you will have traveled almost six miles.
Fine tune your technique and improve your performance with Bobby P. and the Jensen Beach Golf Academy at Eagle Marsh Golf Club. Enjoy our team of friendly, knowledgeable teaching professionals and take a golf lesson tailored to juniors, seniors, or couples. The Academy's main goal is to provide professional & tailored instruction while adhering to the fundamentals of the game. Par: 72 Holes: 18.
Plush fairways, palm trees rustling in the ocean breezes and flowering foliage. Its signature 8th and 10th holes are among the finest in the area. The course design brings water into play on 14 holes. It is not long and overbearing, or designed to be tortuous to the average golfer. Dick LeConte designed the front nine and it opened in July 1980.Chuck Ankrom designed and finished the back nine in the summer of 1982. It is a semi-private course, open to public play with priority play by members. Find some very challenging holes, water, sand, and out-of- bounds; well-kept fairways and greens; altogether a neat course to play. Par 72; Yardage 5,823; Rating 68.1; Slope 125.
This narrow course's fairways are not lined with trees, but marshlands instead. There is also a defined cut of rough bordering the fairways, so shot accuracy is at a premium. The large greens are somewhat sloped. The signature hole is #7, a 485-yard, par 5, which a golfer can reach in two shots, but they must hit his or her shot to a green that is well protected by water hazards. There are a few grass bunkers on the course, but there are many more waste bunkers. Par 72; Yardage 6,850 Rating 73.7; Slope 134.
Flight Training International - Witham Field
Experience Martin County from the air. Enjoy Lake Okeechobee and the coastal shoreline views. Reservations required.
Spring Training home of the Florida Marlins and St. Louis Cardinals. Home of the Jupiter Hammerheads and Palm Beach Cardinals minor league baseball teams.
Home of the New York Mets spring training camp and the St. Lucie Mets minor league baseball team.
Rock-climbing wall, gymnastics, roller skating and a foam pit area are at the Y.
Chi Chi Rodriguez is generally regarded as the greatest showman in golf history. He has brought to Palm Cove his vision and expertise, creating one of Martin County's most sought-after golf courses. Combining tree-lined fairways, open spaces and the natural beauty of the St. Lucie River, he has developed a spectacular course, nestled among one of South Florida's last natural treasures. With wide-river views of the St. Lucie River combined with a par-71, Chi Chi Rodriguez Signature Golf Course, Palm Cove Golf & Yacht Club is one of the most unique and upscale communities in Martin County. The picturesque golf course is challenging to golfers of all handicaps.
Pine Lakes Golf Club
1827 NW Pine Lake Drive
Since 1927, Pine Lakes Country Club has been a favorite of Myrtle Beach golfers. Nestled in the heart of Myrtle Beach, the graceful Southern architecture of the Clubhouse symbolizes the deeply rooted history and tradition of the Grand Strand.
76 Golf World features two miniature golf courses plus an extensive array of fun attractions, including a driving range, go-karts, batting cages, bounce houses, a zip line and other attractions.
Sand Dune Cafe has breakfast & lunch options as well as beach chair & umbrealla rentals.
Hours of operation (weather permitting): Monday - Friday 9:00 am - 3:00 pm | Saturday & Sunday 8:00 am - 4:00 pm
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