Martin County

Martin County

More than just fun in the sun

In Martin County, nature is the greatest amenity of all. The Treasure Coast offers unique and intriguing attractions such as Florida’s oldest and only remaining lifesaving station Gilbert’s House of Refuge, a world-class oceanographic center and midnight sea turtle egg-laying expeditions. The city of Stuart, the county seat of Martin County, is also known as The Sailfish Capital of the World. So, of course, great fishing abounds throughout miles of peaceful beaches and coastlines. Including the hundreds of golf courses throughout the county, Martin County keeps the outdoor fun going all year long! Additionally, you’ll find charming streets lined with galleries, restaurants, cafes, high-end fashion boutiques and gift shops all in a rustic, laid-back old Florida atmosphere. Live and journey through the Florida you didn’t know existed.

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Park and Recreation Finder:
The Children's Museum of the Treasure Coast:
Sailfish Splash Waterpark:
The Elliot Museum:
The Lyric Theatre:
Florida Oceanographic Coastal Center:
Environmental Studies Center:
House of Refuge:
Maritime & Yachting Museum:
Stuart Heritage Museum:
Dupuis Management Area:
Indian Riverside Park:
Jonathan Dickinson State park:
Halpatiokee Regional:
Treasure Coast Paddle:
Island Princess tours:
Dupuis Park:
FPL Turtle Walks: Audubon Martin County:

Arts Council Of Stuart & Martin County:
First Thursday Gallery Nights:
Atlantic Classical Orchestra:
The Barn Theatre:
Chautaugua South:
Lyric Theatre:
Shiloh Theatrical Productions:
Treasure Coast Concert Association:
Atlantic Theatre:
Maltz Jupiter Theatre:
Kravis Center for the Performing Arts:
Elliott museum:


B&A Flea Market:


Historic Downtown Stuart Restaurants:





Martin County:
Martin County Property Tax Estimator:
Martin County Government:
Martin County Tax Collector:
Martin County Homestead Exemption:
Martin County Tourism: