Stuart Beach, Hutchinson Island
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Stuart Beach is a happening area with tons of young people walking around. It is located at a gorgeous sea grape forest. By the forest there are sand volleyball and basketball courts, plus a gazebo for gatherings. Little paths covered in golden sea grape trees abound. One path leads under a canopy of sea grape trees to the sand. The beach itself is very exposed with bright, blinding sand- come in the early morning or at sunset to avoid getting burned. Turquoise water beckons you to jump in the warm Atlantic ocean! Young women and surfer guys hang on the beach, and families sit under colorful beach umbrellas. This is a fun spot, so come and enjoy the scene!Before or after your beach time, enjoy some AC at the Elliott Museum across the street. In this large modern building are great temporary exhibits, a high-tech historic car exhibit, baseball card room, and cafe with delicious food, all backed by huge windows looking out on pretty views.[continued...]
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Pathway through sea grape forest.
The inviting beach!
The driveway for Stuart Beach is located at 825 NE Ocean Blvd, Stuart FL 34996, shared with the Elliott Museum.From Highway 95, exit at Kanner Hwy and turn right at the exit. Follow Kanner Hwy for six miles and then turn right on NE Ocean Blvd. Head five miles over the two causeways and continue going straight until you see the large brown museum building and sign on your right. Immediately after you pass the museum, turn right on the Stuart Beach entry road and park along the road or in the beach parking lots. Parking is hard on weekends so come early.
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Overall Visitor Rating: Unrated.