After being incorporated in December of 2017, Indiantown became the first municipality incorporated in more than 40 years in Martin County. However, this quaint village has been around for much, much longer. The Sminoles established the first trading post in the area back in the 1800s due to its plentiful supply of fish and wildlife. In the 1890s, early settlers began moving into the area, making themselves at home.
Nestled among fields of cattle and citrus trees, this small town is as charming as it is welcoming.
For a quiet day inland, we recommend spending some time at Dupuis Park. Here you can laze along the shores of the lake, explore various trails on your bike, cast a line from the pier, or enjoy a peaceful picnic.
Don’t forget to pack your cowboy boots and hat! The Gethsemane Ranch offers bull riding lessons, horseback riding lessons, and plenty of free events to watch. You can also head over to 4L Land and Cattle for some team roping events. And while you’re still sporting those boots and wide-brim hat, why not visit Brown’s Riding Stables for an exciting horseback trail ride.
Other activities to enjoy when you fly to the jet charter airport in Indiantown include:
- Setting a tee time at the Indianwood Golf and Country Club
- Taking a trip to the Indiantown Marina to see where yachts ride out the hurricanes
- Admiring the beauty of thoroughbred horses and the Payson Park Thoroughbred Training Center