Martin County Moments
The insider’s guide to everything Martin County.
Nestled behind the Jensen Beach Community Center on Northeast Maple Avenue, a white gate surrounded by beautiful greenery and the season’s most vibrant flowers provides a feast for the eyes and nose. Walk through the gate and into the doors of this 100-year-old cottage and you will be treated to a feast for the tastebuds....
Why spend another Christmas in the cold when you can soak up the sun and the season’s greetings in southern Florida? Keep reading to find out why the holiday season is better in Martin County. No snow! The song “White Christmas” means something a little different down here. With over 21 beaches, Martin County is...
Fall in Martin County means two things: cooler weather and festivals. Lots of ‘em! With the first day of fall fast approaching, we decided to pull together a list of the seven must-attend festivals for the autumn season. 70th Indiantown Rodeo Giddy Up cowboys and cowgirls because the Indiantown Rodeo returns to Timers Park on...
Chase the last notes of summer sunshine to Martin County Florida, home to Stuart, which was named America’s 2016 “Happiest Seaside Town” by Coastal Living Magazine. This easy-to-get-to area, encompassing the communities of Port Salerno, Stuart, Palm City, Jensen Beach, Indiantown, Jupiter Island, Hobe Sound and Hutchinson Island is accented by miles of beaches and...
Sandwiched between the Martin County communities of Hobe Sound and Tequesta, you’ll find one of Florida’s finest state parks. Jonathan Dickinson State Park is home to 11,500 acres of various habitats including sand pine scrub, pine flatwoods, mangroves and river swamps. Keep reading for a closer look at this Martin County monument. History of Jonathan...
Martin County’s Festivals Make It a Must-Visit Destination In the Fall By Danny Lee The weather is mild, sea birds drift aloft or bob in the glistening water, and the many fascinating shops, restaurants and sugar-sand beaches are uncrowded and relaxed. It must be Martin County, Florida in the fall. Shopping? Crafts? Barrel rolls? Barrel...
Martin County, FL,—Where Eating Out Is Eating Local By Katie Jackson Restaurant is a French word. Its root is restaurer—meaning to restore and refresh. Most Martin County restaurants don’t specialize in French food. But they have mastered the art of putting the fresh in refresh. They’re on a first-name basis with the local farmers and...
Originally established as a Seminole trading post, the city of Indiantown has been providing rest and respite to locals and travelers alike since the 1890’s. Once planned to be the southern hub of the Seaboard rail line, Indiantown is now home to several surprising attractions. Impressive Flora at Barley Barber Swamp This 450-acre parcel of...
Looking for the perfect place to unplug and truly “get away from it all?” Look no further than Martin County’s most impressive inns. Old Colorado Inn Stuart, Florida visitors can’t miss this brightly-hued haven! This 1917 inn features vibrant yellow walls, periwinkle awnings and coral doors – as well as all of the comforts of...
This fall, chase the last notes of summer sunshine to Martin County, Florida, home to Stuart, aptly named America’s 2016 “Happiest Seaside Town” by Coastal Living Magazine. This easy-to-get-to area, encompassing the communities of Port Salerno, Stuart, Palm City, Jensen Beach, Indiantown, Jupiter Island, Hobe Sound and Hutchinson Island, is accented by miles of beaches and...
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