Welcome to Hutchinson Island

Hutchinson Island is a barrier island with twenty-two miles of gorgeous sandy beaches bordered by two inlets, the Inter coastal Waterway and the Atlantic Ocean. Located on Florida's central "Treasure Coast," just 35 miles north of West Palm Beach.

Visiting the Florida Oceanographic Coastal Center on Hutchinson Island can be day long adventure.
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The treasure coast wood turners show is another event that shows off the talent of some of the local folks.
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South Hutchinson Island looks much as it did in the 1800's when pioneers first discovered the island. Near perfect weather conditions have made it a Mecca for serious golfers, tennis buffs and fishermen. Boating is popular, and you can travel up and down the Intra coastal Waterway and visit the town of Stuart, known as the Sailfish Capital of the World. Or, you might want to consider taking the delightful 135-mile trip down the South Fork of the St. Lucie River to the St. Lucie Canal, on to Lake Okeechobee and then on to Ft. Myers. Bathtub Beach, located on South Hutchinson Island has calm waters protected by coral reefs, and visitors can explore the region on dune and river trails. For snorkeling, there are three popular artificial reefs off Hutchinson Island that provide excellent scenery for both novice and experienced divers. Accommodations, shopping and restaurants are plentiful here, yet South Hutchinson Island remains one of the last places in Florida where nature prevails.

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