The glorious turquoise views will mesmerize you. Soak the rays, enjoy the ocean, collect shells, relax, read a book. Once you are here there’s plenty to do. The Chef Shack eatery provides breakfast/lunch, chairs/umbrella rentals. Perhaps prior to getting your toes sandy you may want to venture over to the The Elliot Museum or The Oceanographic Center which are in the same vicinity just steps from this beach. The Elliott Museum offers several exhibits. Their prized display is one of vintage vehicles and the other exhibits can consist of art, history and technology. The Oceanographic Center an educational and research site, offers a plethora of marine information with sea life tanks of our area. You can pet baby sting rays and do a guided nature walk. Make a day of it.
This beach is very wide and it will bring out the sport in you! Surfing, kite-boarding, fishing and more…it’s a rich life. Before or after sinking your toes into Jensen Beach, the Sand Dune Café located on the beach side provides meals and chair/umbrella rentals.
Swimming and snorkeling at this body of water — the splendor of our area reef — and seeing all the beautiful sea life within it will be a bountiful, not-to-be-missed, enriching experience. This reef is near the north side of the Stuart Inlet. Arriving early on the weekend days is a must, as parking can be very congested.
1585 SE MacArthur Blvd, Stuart, FL **772-221-1418**
Located between Hobe Sound and Tequesta, Fl, this beach offers a beautiful panorama of rocks by which it is formed. A trip here will provide a richful, photographic memento of your vacation trip that you and your family will always remember.
This beach is our best-kept secret! It has been referred to as “heaven’s dream.” North end beach is probably the longest stretch of beach you can walk without development from intracostal to ocean and all the way to the Stuart/St. Lucie Inlet from Hobe Sound. Though secluded, it can be reached by bike or car on a tiny roadway of AIA road. There is a small fee by car ($5.00/person) or free if you bike there, when you park at Hobe Sound Beach just south. This magnificent beach is nestled amongst the rich and famous of our nation. Literally. But, shhhh, don’t tell anyone it will be our secret!
166-298 N Beach Rd, Hobe Sound, FL
For this special beach you need a boat to get there. Leave the intracoastal south of marker G19 and head 060M towards structure near beach with Danger Sign on it. Watch for shoal south of sign. You will find 6-12' in narrow strip. Short dinghy ride to shore and ocean beach is just a short walk away. Nice anchorage, pull up to the beach by the Palm Tree and walk your way to a beautiful views. Tranquil and many miles to walk.
Mile Marker: Mile 992.2; Lat / Lon: N 27° 06.872 .
We offer the following beach items free of charge:
beach chairs, beach towels, beach umbrella, coolers, fishing rods
We offer free of charge the following kayak gear:
kayaks, paddles, life jacktets, coolers