Paddling in Martin County

A Guide To Take Your Adventure On The Water

Endless Waterways To Explore

Three aquatic preserves within the biodiverse Indian River Lagoon

The Loxahatchee River, one of two designated National Wild and Scenic rivers in Florida

The South Fork of the St Lucie River, whose scenery transports you back to “Old Florida”

The St Lucie Inlet that leads you out to the Atlantic Ocean

And so much more!

Martin County Blueway Trail

The Martin County Blueway Trail spans 37.7 miles and includes two state designated paddling trails, the St Lucie River and the Indian River Lagoon! This trail includes 21 launch and stopover sights, making it easy to explore as much or as little as you’d like.

Aside from stunning water views, this trail also takes you by various parks and preserves, one of which is St Lucie Inlet Preserve State Park, a stunning and remote park only accessibly by water.

You can learn more about how you can explore the Martin County Blueway Trail here!

Martin County Blueway Trail

Leave No Trace

Whether you are exploring on or off the water, remember to follow the 7 Principles of Leave No Trace!

You can learn about the principles and how you can implement them on your next adventure!

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