About Sailfish Point
Located just off the coast of southeast Florida, Hutchinson Island is a barrier island that offers 21 miles of some of the country’s most pristine beaches, world-class golf, and a host of luxury homes and condominiums.
Hutchinson Island: A Private Paradise in Southeast Florida
Hutchinson Island is bordered by the Indian River to the west and the Atlantic Ocean to the east; its northern and southern boundaries are Fort Pierce Inlet and the Indian River. Hutchinson Island is connected to the mainland by a fixed-span bridge, giving residents of Sailfish Point easy access to the city of Stuart, Florida. Families and nature enthusiast alike will enjoy seeing the abundance of endangered species and wildlife habitat. Some of the favorites to watch are the whales, dolphins, sea turtles or manatees.
Hutchinson Island Points of Interest
The Elliott Museum—featuring antique vehicles, a large collection of signed baseball memorabilia, artwork by local and national artists, and a collection of inventions Sterling Elliott, after whom the museum is named.
The House of Refuge Museum—listed on the National Register of Historic Places and the oldest structure on the Treasure Coast. Built in 1876, as one of ten houses originally intended to shelter shipwreck survivors and travelers along the lonely Atlantic coastline. Today the structure houses a museum of historic lifesaving equipment and is a venue for lectures and picturesque seaside receptions and weddings.
The Florida Oceanographic Coastal Center—a 57-acre site dedicated to education about and preservation of coastal marine environments. The Center, located on Hutchinson Island, houses the Florida Oceanographic Society’s headquarters and includes a 750,000-gallon game fish lagoon, a sea star touch tank pavilion, nature trails, a children's activity pavilion, a stingray pavilion, and the Frances Langford Visitor's Center.
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