Florida April 09, 2019
Hike, Bike, And Trek Your Way Throughout The Most Outdoorsy County In Florida
Looking for your next outdoorsy adventure in Florida? Look no further. We are here to highlight a county in the Sunshine State that has tons of options and variety for a little fun in the sun. We aren’t just talking about the ocean either. This particular Florida county has so many ways to enjoy the great outdoors, you’ll be planning your calendar for months. Check it out…
Martin County, Florida is located in the Treasure Coast region of the state, and holds a population of nearly 150,000 residents.
Some of the most well-known towns and cities that are part of Martin County include Stuart, Port Salerno, Palm City, Jensen Beach, Indiantown, and Hobe Sound.
For those who love the great outdoors, this is the county you want to visit, especially if you’re looking for a place to get out with the whole family.
For starters, Martin County is butted up right against Lake Okeechobee, which means there are an endless amount of things to do lakeside.
There are also areas such as Jonathan Dickinson State Park in Hobe Sound that offer a variety of hiking trails with so much to see and do inside.
The Hobe Sound Wildlife Refuge is another great way to explore the diverse eco-systems that this area of Florida holds.
Enjoy a slow kayak cruise along the Loxahatchee River and see a different side of Florida nature.
Or grab your bike and head to Jupiter Island for a nice ride along the coast with some of your favorite tunes blasting through your headphones.
Blowing Rocks Preserve is another great way to grab a front row seat to one of Florida’s rarest landscapes—you can also swim, snorkel, and scuba dive in the area, too.
Or just simply spend the afternoon at Halpatiokee Regional Park, the largest park in the county with 65-acres of active park to enjoy.
No matter which way you choose to enjoy the great outdoors in Martin County, Florida, we know you’ll be satisfied no matter what.
Have you ever been to Martin County before? Share with us your experience in the comments section! Or if you’re looking for other outdoorsy things to do in Florida, take a look at the
great rocket garden in NASA’s Kennedy Space Center.