Hobe Sound Attractions

Jonathan Dickinson State Park
This 10,000 acre park contains a wide range of plants and wildlife. Visitors can go hiking, camp overnight, take guided tours or paddle a canoe on the Loxahatachee River and visit an old alligator trapper's site.
Open 7 days.
South Federal Hwy., South of Hobe Sound
For more information or to make reservations for the guided river tours call 1-800-746-1466.

Treasure Coast Wildlife Hospital
The hospital provides information about the wildlife in our area. A number of permanently impaired animals are kept on site. The hospital will also arrange nature hikes at different sites in the area.
Open Mon-Thur 11 AM to 2 PM.
Bridge Road West of Hobe Sound

Hobe Sound National Wildlife Refuge & Nature Center
The Wildlife refuge is 968 acres in two separate parcels. The 312 mile beach area is a popular nesting site for sea turtles. The mainland site offers a nature trail and museum to promote environmental awareness. From Jan. 4th thru April 5th guided hikes are available on Tuesdays and Thursdays.
Refuge is open 7 days sunrise to sunset.
Nature center, Mon-Fri 9 AM to 3PM.
Federal Hwy. South of Hobe Sound

Barley Barber offers a mile long boardwalk through a 400 acre freshwater cypress swamp preserve. You will see the environment as it was over 100 years ago. There are hundreds of species of wildlife and plants that are native to our area.
Open five days a week, two tours daily.
Reservations required.
Near FPL Martin Plant west of Indiantown

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