- Farm to TrailGet to know the soil in Martin County: Dine on farm to table delights, tour sustainable farms, or ride miles of trails horseback across the beautiful countryside.
- Fast horses, fun trailsThoroughbreds, polo clubs, ponies, players and rodeos: Martin County has no shortage of equestrian events, and miles of trails.
- Fresh Caught, Locally CraftedFish fresh off the boat, cheese milked from the goat, greens straight from the ground: Martin County’s rich local dining is undeniable.
May 22, 2023
Demonstration Dinner with Chef’s Sarah Sipe and Aaron Black
May 8, 2023
Demonstration Dinner with Executive Chef Jimmy Everett from Driftwood Boynton Beach
Apr 30, 2023
Dinner by Executive Chef Zach Bell from Lost Tree Club
Apr 24, 2023
Demonstration Dinner with Chef Taylor Mohlman from District Table & Bar
Explore Agritourism in Martin County
Plate to Palate Perfection in Martin County, FL
Coastal conjures images of seafood – which Martin County offers plenty of, but what you might not expect to find is a working farm like Kai-Kai Farm owned by Carl Frost and Diane Cordeau. They are operating as a local food distributor and offering different produce throughout the year including leafy greens, variety of lettuces, tomatoes, beans and among others as they work towards organic certification. Kai-Kai Farm is a recipient of the Snail of Approval Award given to local food suppliers like farms, restaurants and markets whose food is judged as good, clean and fair. The food is assessed by taste, healthiness, production, distribution and if it is in season and free of additives.”