Stuart is the largest of the incorporated multiplicities of Martin County with a population of over 17,000. It borders the St. Lucie River and West of the Indian River and because of this, many times, it has been cited as one of the best small towns in the U.S. to visit! Also, known as Sailfish Capital of the world, it is famed for sail fishing and all other types of sport fishing, you can enjoy ocean fishing, river and bay fishing, freshwater fishing. Downtown Stuart is small and a favorite place home to buildings of true old Florida character and charm.
FUN FACT: When Stuart was first incorporated as a town in 1814, it was part of Palm Beach County. In 1925, it was chartered as a city and named as county seat of the newly created Martin County.