Activities in Jensen Beach

$79 for a Two-Hour Boat Rental from Duffy Electric Boat ($129 Value)

Duffy Electric Boats

Stuart

$129 $79

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Boaters need no prior experience to pilot these easy-to-steer electric vessels as they cruise the St. Lucie River

4-Hour Fishing Charter for Two at Grey Ghost Fishing Charters (45% Off)

Grey Ghost Fishing Charters

Port Salerno-Hobe Sound

$375 $206

Local businesses like this one promote thriving, distinctive communities by offering a rich array of goods and services to locals like you

Shooting-Range Package for Two or Four at Stuart Shooting Center (Up to 54% Off)

Stuart Shooting Center

Stuart

$124.95 $59

Range officers give basic instruction before setting up guests to shoot on one of ten 25-yard ranges with electronic target retrievers

All-Day Metal Detector Rental with Optional Scoop and Trowel from Riverfront Kayaks (Up to 63% Off)

Riverfront Kayaks

Stuart

$40 $15

Search nearby beaches, parks, playgrounds, and buildings using a metal detector, listening through headphones for the sounds of hidden items

Full-Day Boat Rentals from Premier Boat Club in Stuart (28% Off)

Premier Boat Club

Stuart

$349 $250

Twelve easy-to-drive vessels await customers for voyages from Manatee Pocket marina for full-day’s-worth of fishing or exploration

Mickey Avalon at Terra Fermata on August 28 at 6 p.m. (Up to 48% Off)

Mickey Avalon

Terra Fermata

$19.40 $10

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Glam-rap star behind hit single "Jane Fonda" continues to support his sophomore album with a signature mix of outrageousness and grunge

Noncompetitive or Competitive Entry to The Courage Challenge Mud Run & Obstacle Course Race (55% Off)

Courage Challenge

Halpatiokee Park

$145 $65

Run up to 10 miles and surmount obstacles; registration includes bib number, parking, timing chip, finisher's medal, T-shirt, and goody bag

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From surfboards to surfboarding skills, Cowabunga Surf & Sport provides all the necessities for a day on the waves. Its rentals range from paddleboards to kayaks to skateboards, and its certified instructors can teach riders how to skim the sea or ollie above the concrete. The surf shop also stocks boards, accessories, and apparel for purchase.

4336 NE Ocean Blvd
Jensen Beach,
FL
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Families explore the world at Children's Museum of the Treasure Coast through interactive, hands-on exhibits designed to teach them about everything from early Floridian architecture to how the body works. The museum also features numerous play areas where kids can use their imagination and pretend to be a grocery store clerk, a veterinarian, and the ultimate fantasy, a doctor who tells you your wings are finally starting to grow. The museum even has a children's theater, where kids can dress up in costumes and put on plays.

Part of the museum's mission is to educate visitors about the environment. As families explore, they can look for green clues that point out which features of the building are eco-friendly. A recycling center in the market exhibit also teaches kids firsthand what happens to things when they are recycled.

1707 Northeast Indian River Dr
Jensen Beach,
FL
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Mandalay Island Charters' Captain Jeremy Neff uses fishing trips as a tool to share his passion for local areas, waterways, and fish. Inside an 18.5-foot Maverick Master Angler, Captain Neff and his passengers travel through local river systems and into the Atlantic Ocean, passing by sandbars and schools of deep-fried popcorn shrimp. Adept at fly, light tackle, and heavy tackle, the captain helps fishers reel in inshore and offshore species such as barracuda and tarpon. He also leads scenic walks down Martin County's beaches, pausing to cast lines for snook and other fish.

Outside of fishing, Captain Neff aims to foster appreciation for Suart's natural beauty. He points out marine life such as matinees and dolphins, or pilots boats toward views of breathtaking sunsets. Additionally, he maintains a fleet of kayaks for laid-back trips down waterways and candy factories' chocolate rivers.

201 South Colorado Avenue
Stuart,
FL
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Cattails and knotty trees shake themselves in the breeze drifting off waterways, where gentle wakes spread behind Riverfront Kayaks’ colorful vessels. The staff presides over a range of single and double kayaks, as well as paddleboards, which let one stand upon the surface of the water. Their gears purring in the sun, bikes also cruise from the shop with easy speed. During eco-tours and other activities, the crew introduces guests to Florida's rippling rivers, fishing hot spots, and official state fishing story.

1080 NW Federal Hwy
Stuart,
FL
US

Dolphins, manatees, and sea turtles swim through the waters surrounding Coastal Paddleboarding. It's quite easy for visitors to view these majestic creatures as they play water polo in their natural habitat; all that stands in the way is a short paddleboarding lesson. After this instruction?which is included in all of Coastal's tours?guides lead groups through mangroves, intracoastal waters, and other areas. Alternatively, customers can rent a paddleboard and chart their own adventures.

4745 Southeast Desoto Avenue
Stuart,
FL
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Named after prolific inventor Sterling Elliott, Elliott Museum documents the history of Martin County. It's so much a part of local life that it's hard to tell where the museum ends and Martin begins?literally. The award-winning green building was designed to blend in with the local landscape, and its exterior matches the colors and textures of the sand and rock prevalent in the area.

The natural-looking walls aren't the main attraction, though. That would be the museum's interior, which for more than 50 years has housed exhibits pertaining to the history of the state and region with a focus on technology, art, and history. The museum features a three-story mechanical car racking system, displaying more than 80 rare and vintage automobiles. One of the mainstays of the permanent collection is an exhibit tracing the county's evolution, from its founding to the present day. However, the same collection touches on national topics, too. Currently on display is an exhibit called "Dugout Canoes: Paddling Through the Americans", and there's also an exhibit on the history of personal transportation, and another one on baseball, stocked with paraphernalia such as signed cards and vintage bats.

2400 Southeast Federal Highway
Stuart,
FL
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