Originally established by the Seminole people as a trading post, Indiantown is a small, quiet town about 15 miles west of Stuart and 8 miles north of the Palm Beach County line.
In Martin County, you can watch the sunrise over the Atlantic Ocean and watch the sunset over Lake Okeechobee, the second-largest freshwater lake located entirely within U.S. boundaries. Here, you can wear flip flops or go deep sea-fishing during the start of the day, and pull on your cowboy boots or go fishing for largemouth bass and speckled perch in the afternoon.
Unique to the rest of Martin County, Indiantown is situated in the heart of Florida’s cattle and citrus country.
Here the charmingly restored Seminole Inn captures the twilight grandeur of old Florida. Nature lovers can enjoy the great outdoors at Barley Barber Swap, Dupuis Reserve, Fox Brown Outfitters or Allapattah Flats.
Indiantown is a short drive from the shores of Port Mayaca where you can see a waterfront sunset while still on the East Coast. Indiantown is also home to Payson Park, one of the top thoroughbred horse racing facilities in the United States.