Hobe Sound Beach is a quiet family-friendly beach in a beautiful pristine area with free parking, clean restrooms, picnic tables, pavilions, rinse showers, water fountains, and a lifeguard station. The beach is clean and well supervised and features a designated swimming area.
For dog owners, there are even areas to walk dogs off-leash – just don’t forget to bring a waste bag to pick up after your pet.
Hobe Sound is located centrally between Stuart and Jupiter along Florida’s Atlantic coast in a scenic natural area, which is known for its pristine beaches and limestone formations. The public transport network in Hobe Sound is very limited, so you need a private car to travel here.
You can find Hobe Sound Beach at 1 South Beach Road (at Bridge Road). It’s easy to get to and drive to the beach from I-95 is quite scenic. Parking is free but limited and can become a challenge on a busy day, so you should either arrive early or you may need to park far away and reach the beach on foot.
Hobe Sound Beach boasts all necessary amenities such as public restrooms, showers to rinse the sand off your body, water fountains, picnic areas with tables, benches, and pavilions.
The turquoise ocean is clean, warm, and inviting. You can feel safe in the water since there are professional lifeguards on duty in the daytime – they are always helpful and friendly. Moreover, if you stay in the designated swimming area, you can be sure that no watercraft or surfers will disturb you.
The area is large enough for long walks – actually, the beach stretches for miles. The section designated by yellow flags is guarded and intended for swimming only, but you can go north or south of that area for surfing, fishing, kayaking, kiteboarding, or sailboarding.
If you have a dog, you are welcome to bring your furry friend there (off-leash). Another popular activity is beach combing – each tide or storm brings new treasures for you to find.
A big number of sea turtles use this beach for nesting and if you’re lucky, you can even see how little hatchlings make their way from the nest to the ocean.
- 1 hour 15 minutes from Fort Lauderdale, FL
- 1 hour 40 minutes from Miami, FL
- 2 hours 25 minutes from Orlando, FL