About Hobe Sound

Hobe Sound is an exurban area in southern Martin County near the Atlantic Ocean. It stretches along the coast between Port Salerno and Jonathan Dickinson State Park but does not include Jupiter Island. Its western border is not clearly defined though most development drops off only a few miles inland at Powerline Road. Travelers from all over the globe enjoy its beautiful beaches, unique parks and championship golf courses.

Hobe Sound is positioned at the southern end of environmentally-sensitive Martin (named after Governor Martin) County. It has been stated that at Hobe Sound’s front door lies the Gold Coast and that at her back door lies the Treasure Coast. Thus, Hobe Sound can lend to both while retaining its proud heritage and unique personality. Hobe Sound’s proximity to the coast affords immediate access to the Atlantic Ocean and the deep-channeled Intracoastal Waterway, a 1,200-mile water route that provides a sheltered passage for boats along the eastern seaboard.