Martin County Parks and Recreation

Martin County seaside parks

A variety of wonderful locations display the identity of Martin County’s parks and recreational areas. You will jump in the water as fast you can once you see the Sailfish Splash Waterpark and Aquatic Center. Camping is also a big draw along with Indian Riverside park's many features.

The Sailfish Splash Waterpark

Located on the treasure coast, Sailfish Splash is as kid friendly as you can imagine. Colorful slides, water streams jetting in all directions, splashing and frolicking and sliding all abound in the amazing park. The aquatic center on site offers a much more sedate and focused swimming experienced in its USAA approved, championship level swimming pool. In addition, there are 25 and 50 meter lap pools for more aquatic recreation. Come check out this fantastic park because words fail to describe how impressive this facility really is.

Phipps Park Campground

This campground is a 55-acre conservation and campground area that sits right along the Okeechobee waterway. Traditional campsites abound in fire tables and regular tables. 18 RV sites with electric, water, and dump stations are open for motorized camping. Water and electric hookups are also available upon reservation. Come stay awhile at this rustic campground.

Youth, Adult, and Senior Sports

For young park goers even at the preschool age group, sports like baseball, softball, soccer, football, cheer, hockey, golf, tennis, and lacrosse are all offered. Adults can also find the sport of their choice with soccer, hockey, kickball, tennis, pickleball, and softball leagues all available. The senior games allow adults 50 years and older to compete in 13 different sporting events. These events include: golf, pickle ball, tennis, swimming, table tennis, basketball shooting, bowling, cycling, and track and field. Everyone is welcome to experience the joy of sport in Martin County.

Indian RiverSide Park

This 63 acre park lies right along the Indian River lagoon. A half mile of waterfront space is open to perusal along with three-quarter mile walking path and mangrove boardwalk. Fishers will also flock to the 780 foot fishing pier. The charming interactive dolphin fountain is also also a key figure at RiverSide. Interactive tours of the Tuckahoe mansion and Captain Henry Sewall’s house also encourage interaction with Martin County’s past. The Treasure Coast’s Children’s Museum and US Sailing are also key draws. Come check out this gorgeous location.

These are just a few of the many trappings that make Martin County such a privilege to visit. Stay awhile and try as many as you can while never forgetting the wonderful places you've found situated on the Treasure Coast