Blind Creek - (Little Mud Creek) Traveling on South Ocean this launch location is located on the W side of the road approximately one mile N of the power plant. When you pull into the area you can park along the side of a dirt road and launch your boat at the end. Paddling S toward the power plant, you can cut through a mangrove path to a beach area. Warning: beach is clothing optional
Charlie Leighton Park - 2701 SW Cornell Ave , Palm City. Two concrete boat ramps for launching, plenty of parking, no restroom facilities. Area where our club meetings are held.
Chastain Beach - 1213 SE MacArthur Blvd, Stuart. Parking is limited at the location but additional parking is available across the street at the beach. You need to carry your boat down a path to get to the sandy beach where you launch your boat (intercoastal side). Restroom facilities available on the ocean side. (Paddleabout)
Cove Road Park - Drive E to the end of Cove Rd. The launch area consists of a small sandy beach in a park located at the E. end of Cove Rd. You will have to carry your kayak a short distance. Parking can get congested. Paddle E to St. Lucie Inlet Preserve, S. to Pecks Lake or N to the inlet. No restroom facilities. Paddle to Hole In The Wall, or St. Lucie Preserve best during high tide. Great Pocket to beach , to Hole In The Wall,
Hosford Park - If you paddle S towards Atlantic Ridge Preserve, this s a beautiful paddle that takes you past some mobile homes and then back in time through mangroves and trees hanging with Spanish Moss. There is an abundance of wildlife on this river. This 7 mile paddle is relatively easy with a rest spot, Fav Paddle Route
Jimmy Graham Park - Location has a concrete boat ramp and restroom facilities. Plenty of parking and location is a short paddle to Peck's Lake where you can swim or just sunbath on the beach. Peck Lake
Jonathan Dickinson State Park - Located just south of Stuart, this park teems with wildlife in 13 natural communities, including sand pine scrub, pine flatwoods, mangroves, and river swamps. The Loxahatchee River, Florida's first federally designated Wild and Scenic River, runs through the park. Ranger-guided tours of the 1930s pioneer homestead of Trapper Nelson are available year-round. Visitors can enjoy paved and off-road biking, equestrian, and hiking trails. Boating, canoeing, and kayaking along the river are also great ways to see the park Lower Lox
Pendarvis Park - Small park located in Palm City. Limited parking, restroom and lunch area provided. Small sandy beach and boat ramp to launch from.
Phipps Park - 2175 SW Locks Rd , Stuart - plenty of parking, paddle through the locks which bring water from Lake O to the Indian River. Restroom facilities available, entry fee required. Can also reach by launching from Hosford Park,