Recreation

Treasure Coast River Cruises
5910 SE Normandy Avenue, Stuart FL 34997
772-361-2968
https://treasurecoastrivercruises.com
Everything’s better with salt!  See Stuart from a whole new perspective while enjoying amazing scenery, local history, possible wildlife sightings, salt air and sea breezes.  Terrific for families, or fun times with friends.  Weekend pontoon boat mini-cruises of the St. Lucie River near downtown, as well as weekday custom charter cruises.  With all of our cruises, your chosen group is always the only group on board. Reservations required – book online at www.treasurecoastrivercruises.

Stuart’s Riverwalk boardwalk runs along the St. Lucie River connecting Downtown Stuart to parks and recreation facilities perfect for users of all ages.

Flagler Park
The waterfront Flagler Park offers walking trails, basketball courts, a children’s playground, and picnic gazebos with waterfront views. The park is also home to Stuart’s annual Fourth of July celebration with the County’s best view of the annual Independence Day fireworks display.

Fishing Pier and Public Dock
President Grover Cleveland once fished off of Downtown Stuart and owned the land where City Hall sits now. You can still fish these waters today with a dedicated fishing pier under the Roosevelt Bridge at the Northern tip of Flagler Park and a public dock behind City Hall.

Riverwalk Stage
With sweeping views across the St. Lucie River, the Riverwalk Stage features over 50 outdoor concerts every year. The square at the top of the stage is also home to year-round and holiday events including the annual Downtown Christmas tree lighting and the weekly Stuart Green Market.

Kiwanis Park
On the Southwest end of the Downtown, Kiwanis Park offers a unique, accessible playground designed for kids of every ability to enjoy. Families will also enjoy the oversized covered picnic area and shaded play areas.