Man and woman kayaking down a river in red and blue kayaks.

Sports & Outdoors

Swapping Medallions for Memories

There are endless ways for the whole family to find their inner explorer on Florida’s Treasure Coast. On our 70 miles of golden shoreline, you can snorkel sunken history or surf a few waves at one of Florida’s best spots. Within our hundreds of acres of unspoiled nature preserves, you could flock with White Pelicans or scuba protected mangrove forests. And, at some of the most famous fishing inlets in Florida, you could reel in a big one or wade in the bright blue waters. Without a doubt, you’ll tap into your adventurous spirit in Treasure Coast’s outdoors.

1st National Wildlife Refuge (Pelican Island) U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service
6,500 Acres wide (Blue Cypress Lake) Blue Cypress Lake
21 Miles Of Pristine Shoreline (Hutchinson Island) Florida’s Hutchinson Island
Sailfish Capital Of The World (Stuart) Marina Life