Located off the coast of Martin and St. Lucie counties, Hutchinson Island is a beautiful barrier island offering an array of coastal sights and sounds. Make sure to stop by these Hutchinson Island hidden gems on your next trip to Martin County.
The Hutchinson Island Marriott Beach Resort and Marina is a gem in and of itself, but the resort’s tiki bars are gems of the hidden variety. The Sandpiper Tiki Bar offers handcrafted cocktails, sandwiches, burgers, salads and more. The Latitudes Tiki Bar is located poolside and offers a diverse food menu, expertly crafted frozen drinks and live entertainment every weekend.
Joe’s River Park
Stop by Joe’s River Park to revel in the natural beauty of one of the world’s most diverse lagoons. This park opened in 2009 and gave the public access to the Indian River Lagoon. Guests can stroll along the mangrove-flanked wooden walkways, fish for local seafood and even park their boats on the wooden boat dock.
Sand Dune Café
Dig your toes in the sand while feasting on coastal cuisine at this Hutchinson Island hideaway. Sand Dune Café is a beachside restaurant that is open year-round for breakfast and lunch. Stop by for a filling snack and beverage or a full meal the next time you’re on Hutchinson Island!
Wreck of Georgia’s Valentine
Did you know that Martin County’s only underwater archaeological preserve and underwater site is located on Hutchinson Island? The wreck of Georges Saint Valentine is a true diver’s delight. If you want to try it out, park at the House of Refuge and walk to the entry point – only 100 yards south.
Bob Graham Beach
Looking for a truly hidden beach? Look no further than Bob Graham Beach on Hutchinson Island. This undisturbed beach provides scenic views of the sea, fine fishing, wildlife viewing and long stretches of untouched sand.