Hobe Sound is a charming little community just north of the Palm Beach County line within Martin County. The quaint little town is abundant with beautiful beaches, easy to drive roads and a chilled out friendly vibe. Plan an easy day of fun, relaxed things to do in Hobe Sound within proximity to each other.
Harry and the Natives Restaurant has been around since 1941. It’s an eclectic place which advertises to be “Hobe Sound’s only waterfront restaurant…when it rains”! It’s so old that it has the 9th alcohol license in the district, and places 1 to 8 are no longer up and running. It’s a definite beloved with the locals. Funky, fun and fan favorite.
The Blowing Rocks are a “point of interest” in Hobe Sound. The preserve was named for its rocky Anastasia limestone shoreline—the largest on the Atlantic coast. During extreme high tides and after winter storms, seas break against the rocks and force plumes of saltwater up to 50 feet skyward. It’s an impressive sight. Stick around to watch as the water blasts up and over and you’ll realize it is a pretty cool sight. Look out for the water coming up through the blow holes, they make the most extraordinary pictures ever!
There are 25 murals in Hobe Sound, with another 10 earmarked for the future. You can either take a guided walk round walk around or a self-guided tour. Just grab a published guide from the Chamber of Martin County, or just drive around Hobe Sound and play “Where’s the Mural”.