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Martin County Florida
Parks

Our natural Florida terrain teems with ocean side and lakeside trails, preserve woodlands, and wildlife parks for hikers and bikers. Fishing enthusiasts can enjoy world-class fishing within a mere 10-mile radius of our St. Lucie Inlet. Watching the many colorful species of birds fly overhead and relaxing at our many parks are also favorite pastimes.

For a true timeout, head to one of Martin County’s campgrounds and enjoy some time away from it all. Our pristine, naturally landscaped campgrounds are conveniently situated near many of Martin County’s best natural amenities, and offer campers a variety of sites complete with RV hookups, as well as primitive sites for tents.

Jonathan Dickinson State Park
16450 Southeast Federal Highway, Hobe Sound, FL 33455, USA
772-546-2771
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Located just south of Stuart, this park teems with wildlife from thirteen 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. For a bit of history, explore the 1930s pioneer homestead of Trapper Nelson on a ranger-guided tour, or tap into adventure with hiking, biking, boating, camping, and freshwater fishing.

Allapattah Flats Trail
Allapattah Flats State Park, Indiantown, FL, USA
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Allapattah Flats Trail is a passive recreation area complete with parking facilities and a nature trail for hiking, biking, and primitive camping. The area provides seasonal hunting and equestrian trails along the northern perimeter of the project, and 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.

Indian Riverside Park
1707 Northeast Indian River Drive, Jensen Beach, FL 34957, USA
772-692-7501
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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, play fountain, a beach, pavilions, and a banquet space. You can also take in a tour of the Mansion at Tuckahoe or Captain Henry Sewall’s Home (be sure to call ahead for reservations). IRSP is also home to the U.S. Sailing Center of Martin County and The Children’s Museum of the Treasure Coast.