On The Water


Nearby Sailfish Marina hosts numerous charter sport fishing boats, a waterfront restaurant and "Sunset at Sailfish", as well as frequent arts and crafts show. Seagate Marina, located in Jupiter offers dry storage for your boat and North Palm Beach Marina can accommodate your 100' plus yacht. In addition, numerous other marinas in the area are ready to serve your boating needs.


Whether you're an occasional or avid angler, the variety and abundance of both inland and Bluewater sport and game fish in the waters surrounding Ocean Parks has fascinated Treasure Coast residents for centuries. With record-breaking "keepers" seemingly caught every year, the nationally acclaimed waters of the Loxahatchee and the Treasure Coast's unpolluted Atlantic are truly a fisherman's dream.

The Treasure and northern Gold Coasts' proximity to the Gulfstream, as well as tens of thousands of acres of inland waters, offers both inland and saltwater anglers an exceptional range of year 'round fishing opportunities. An additional source of the Treasure Coast's plentiful fish population is the lagoon-like, 140-mile Indian River which extends from Cape Canaveral to Jupiter, and is considered by experts to provide safe shelter for the juveniles of almost 75% of the area's game fish. From the area's legendary catches of feisty Snook and Bass, to the somewhat less furious Catfish, Crappie, Shellcracker and Bluegill, there are more than enough inland and freshwater fish just waiting to be hooked to keep even the most demanding angler happy. If your fishing fever focuses on somewhat saltier action, the Gulfstream offers some of the best Bluewater fishing in the entire world, with record-breaking Marlin, Sailfish, Tuna and Dolphin (the non-mammal, Mahi-Mahi variety), as well as Bonito, Sea Trout, Yellowtail, Snapper, Pompano, Mackerel, Jack Crevalle, Amberjack, Grouper and Wahoo found in large numbers just minutes from your Ocean Parks home.