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The Atlantic Ocean, the Indian River, the North and South Forks of the St. Lucie River, and countless creeks played major roles in the history of Martin County. Inhabitants depended on the bounty of the water, as did the pioneers who settled here in the late 1800s.
Palm City, our jewel on the Treasure Coast. With a rich history and visionary planning, Palm City is a unique community that has managed to retain its small-town charm and atmosphere while becoming one of the most desired places to live in the region.
The unincorporated village known as Hobe Sound is located adjacent to Jupiter Island in southern Martin County. Hobe Sound’s roots date back to the late 1600’s when a British merchant ship known as the Reformation, on its way from Jamaica to Philadelphia, sank off the coast just north of the Jupiter Inlet.
“Pineapple Capital of the World”-The pineapple is a recurring symbol around Jensen Beach. Decorating signs, storefronts, and homes, the town’s love of this prickly fruit can be seen everywhere.
The area that includes the Town of Jupiter was called Jobe (Hoe-bay) by the Spanish, for the nearby Indian village. When the English arrived in 1763, they interpreted the name as Jove and referred to the area as Jupiter (in ancient mythology, Jove and Jupiter refer to the same god).