Things to Do in Stuart

Top Things to Do in Stuart

Things to Do in Stuart

Top Attractions in Stuart

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What travelers are saying

  • Sumit C
    Boca Raton, FL6 contributions
    We spent a very nice morning here. There were three exhibits of rays and the like, and a very good-sized lagoon with many different fish. My only regret was we left without walking on their nature trails.
    Written 10 November 2022
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  • Patick C
    Middleburg, FL679 contributions
    This was a neat waterfront area to take a walk on. There are some big lizards around that are pretty cool. There are restaurants and shops close by.
    Written 16 August 2022
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  • Jackie
    Chatham-Kent, Canada6 contributions
    Give yourself a lot of time to go through this gem of a museum. There are so many cars there you still won't get through them all. I really enjoyed learning the history of cars, bicycles, motorcycles, inventions. Wonderful place, I'd recommend it to anyone visiting nearby.
    Written 22 November 2022
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  • Jan P
    10 contributions
    This beach is the best! It’s perfect for anyone - families, small children, for anyone who likes sun, sand and water! I’ve found some beautiful sea shells there that are worth collecting. It’s got a huge area with shallow water perfect for the little ones. It is a clean beach. Lifeguards are attentive. It’s my favorite beach in Martin County!
    Written 16 July 2022
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  • Doug M
    2 contributions
    This is a great spot to take in a little Stuart/Treasure coast history.Beautiful picture spot as well.
    Written 3 May 2022
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  • Leilany U
    Miami, FL17 contributions
    A perfect destination to see and hear the history of Stuart. We were greeted with a warm "Welcome!" by the volunteers who were eager to show and tell you stories of their town and its people. From the ships wrecked along the shores in the 1800's leaving their treasures of gold and silver, to their hometown WW2 hero Fergie Ferguson, and one of their registry books displayed to celebrate one of their town doctors who delivered over 3000 babies. Great fun!
    Written 7 June 2022
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  • Maryann B
    5 contributions
    Two rivers join together for a view of the most magnificent boats. Clean and nice breeze. Bathrooms are clean
    Written 23 August 2022
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  • Arielfl
    Coconut Creek, FL1,581 contributions
    At 65 acres, Halpatiokee Regional Park is the largest park in Martin County. The park is well known for sports activities and it has soccer/football fields, tennis courts, softball/baseball fields, disc golf course, and an open air roller-hockey rink. The park also has picnic pavilions that can be reserved and a playground.

    The reason I love the park however is for the 500 acres of wetland preserve that surrounds the park. The park has 4 miles of river front on South Fork of the St. Lucie River so you can kayak. Ecosystems in the park include pine flatwoods, oak hammock, scrub and river land. These habitats provide protection for hundreds of species of native flora and fauna, including 13 species that are designated by the State of Florida as endangered or threatened. Going through the preserve is a mile long hiking trail built by Tropical Trekkers. The South Fork Nature Trail connects together two prior trails that the Tropical Trekkers built along the South Fork of the St. Lucie River. There is also a separate mountain bike trail built by the Airborne Mountain Bike Club. You can find the trailheads past all the ballfields, at the very back of the park where the park road ends.

    This week a cyclist was bitten by an alligator in the park after he fell off a bridge into the water. Unfortunately he landed next to what was likely a mother alligator protecting her nest. The cyclist is going to be okay and the nest and mother were relocated. The parks name, Halpatiokee is actually the Seminole Indian word meaning "Alligator Water." Although alligator attacks are actually very rare in Florida it is best to stay out of the lakes and wetlands whenever possible. The bike paths in the park remain closed.
    Written 23 July 2021
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  • Diane B
    4 contributions
    Park is set in beautiful location with lots of squirrels! I felt compelled to clean up litter left by others tho.
    Written 5 November 2022
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  • Petrea969
    Jensen Beach, FL71 contributions
    We decided to try something new for Happy Hour and were very impressed. The place has lots of room inside by the bar and a nice outdoor seating area.It was fun to walk around and see the vegetables growing and of course the chickens.We each had a glass of wine and a different pizza. We all agreed the mushroom pizza was the best although they were all good.If I had any complaint it would be that they could have an expanded happy hour menu. Definetly a fun place and something different from the happy hour bar scene.
    Written 22 March 2019
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  • Rambo1225
    Stuart, FL31 contributions
    My wife and I visited with the Sailfish Point Yacht Club. Food and Liquor were served and the artist had a presentation on what is involved in doing the castings.
    Written 2 July 2019
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  • Jan M
    3 contributions
    Off the beaten path. Clean, no restrooms but outside showers. Just sit and enjoy the ocean breeze. Love it here.
    Written 25 May 2022
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  • Patick C
    Middleburg, FL679 contributions
    This is a pretty nice beach. The excessive pile of dead seaweed on the beach makes it feel dirty. They need to drag the beach or something to clean it up.
    Written 15 August 2022
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  • scp427
    Buffalo, NY414 contributions
    We spent 8 nights here in a waterfront spot with our 5th wheel. This place is amazing. Only 9 rv spots but all are great. The sites have water & electric & there’s a dump station. It’s a real quiet place. Interesting to watch the boats that go through the locks pass by. We spotted gators & wild pigs across the water. The neighbor told me he saw a crocodile. There’s a path that runs along the canal that we rode our bikes on. We also biked around the neighborhood. It’s a nice quiet safe feeling area. Phibbs park is just down the canal & we biked all over there too. There’s other rv spots over there but not as nice as the recreation.gov sites. We found a great farmers market nearby called ediths. And we drove to Huntington island to explore the beaches. We will definitely return here.
    Written 6 February 2021
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  • Wing_anda_Prayer1210
    Fort Myers, FL573 contributions
    The vendors are under tents as in the photo. They are in a park-like area by the water. There is live music. The vendors have nice things. There were soaps and flowers. There was prepared food for immediate consumption and coffee. There was only ONE produce stand, which is why it's not rated excellent.
    Written 13 December 2021
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