Known as the "Sailfish Capital of the World," the Atlantic Coast city of Stuart is located along Florida’s renowned Treasure Coast, north of Palm Beach and south of Vero Beach. Along with fishing and other water-intensive pleasures, Stuart is famed for its historic and pedestrian-friendly downtown. The Stuart Green Market and Live Music event is held every Sunday from 9 a.m. until 1 p.m. near City Hall. And don’t miss the Stuart Heritage Museum and Road to Victory Military Museum. With a fine assortment of accommodations, dining options and recreational opportunities, Stuart is the place for you.
Located in Western Martin County, the truly rural community of Indiantown remains unique to the rest of Florida’s Treasure Coast. With a population of about 6,000, the area's residents take pride in being part of a small town. Bordered by the St. Lucie Canal, Indiantown is home to a thriving marine industry as well as Payson Park, one of the premier horse racing facilities in the country. This small town full of citrus groves, just 30 miles northwest of West Palm Beach, is ripe with opportunities for continued growth.
Strategically placed along the northern rim of Lake Okeechobee, Florida’s "inland sea," the city of Okeechobee offers visitors an old-fashioned – and truly relaxing – Florida vacation. Choose from hotels, motels, cabins, RV parks or campgrounds, and they are all just minutes from the beauty of Lake Okeechobee, attractions, and events happening throughout Okeechobee County. The town provides a convenient access point to the Lake Okeechobee Scenic Trail. And the lake and its shores, of course, offer boating, freshwater fishing, hiking and biking.