We hope you have fun visiting and exploring each of these amazing Treasure Coast locations in Martin County. Each spot has a highlight activity to achieve. Visit six of the seven locations to earn your Treasure!
Ready? Let’s go!
1. Complete the highlighted activity at each spot to get your map stamped (or snap a photo)!
2. Take, tag, & post your photos to Facebook and/or Instagram: @tckidsquest #tckidsquest
3. You may claim your Treasure at the last location stamped on your map or from the Martin County Office of Tourism & Marketing: 2401 SE Monterey Rd, Stuart, FL 34996
About Our Partner Locations
The Children’s Museum of the Treasure Coast, open since August 2008, is a not-for-profit 501©3 organization. The Museum is located in the heart of picturesque Indian Riverside Park in Jensen Beach. The Children’s Museum provides exhibits and programs to stimulate informal learning experiences for children ages 6 months to 12 years of age.
The Florida Oceanographic Coastal Center is a 57-acre, marine life nature center located on Hutchinson Island. Situated between the Atlantic Ocean and the Indian River Lagoon, the Coastal Center features hands-on learning for children and adults through daily educational programs and exhibits. Visitors can interact with animals at the Stingray Tank and Invertebrate Touch Tank, explore nature trails and learn more about the residents of our 750,000-gallon Gamefish Lagoon, including sea turtles, nurse sharks, and local species of gamefish. With its coastal hardwood hammocks and mangrove swamp communities, the site provides excellent opportunities for education and research aimed at increasing visitors’ knowledge of these unique environments.
The Elliott Museum offers a variety of collections, including vintage cars, baseball artifacts, artwork, Americana, rotating exhibits in the Changing Exhibitions Gallery, an art studio with classes, a theater, a tribute to local philanthropists Frances Langford and Ralph Evinrude, a Museum Store, a student art exhibit, and much more. The Elliot Museum is ever-changing and offers a wide variety of changing exhibits, collections, and lectures that will spark the imagination of all who visit.
Sandwiched between the Martin County communities of Hobe Sound and Tequesta, you’ll find one of Florida’s finest state parks. Jonathan Dickinson State Park is home to 10,500 acres of various habitats including pine flatwoods, scrub, mangroves, and river systems.
Step back in time to the turn of the century with a visit to the House of Refuge Museum at Gilbert’s Bar. The House of Refuge at Gilbert’s Bar is the only remaining House of Refuge. Built as one of ten along the east coast of Florida, it is the oldest structure in Martin County and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
This fun and exciting waterpark feature two four-story water slides, a gentle and relaxing 1,000-foot lazy river, an interactive water playground, a cargo net walk-across (Wiggly Waters), and an Olympic-class competitive swim venue. Day and Season Passes can be purchased online at www.SailfishSplash.com. Book our private cabanas for a luxurious aquatic experience or one of our funbrellas for a stylish way to stay cool in the sun.
The Hobe Sound Nature Center’s mission is to increase awareness of man’s relationship with the natural environment through educational programs while encouraging stewardship. The Hobe Sound Nature Center offers visitors the opportunity to explore and learn about Florida’s wildlife and wild places. Through refuge lands, facilities, and Nature Center programs, visitors of all ages can enjoy a variety of wildlife-oriented recreational activities.
Follow Along On The Adventure
Use the #TCKidsQuest hashtag and share photos of your adventure with your friends!