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Shopping, Dining and Lodging

Guests to Hobe Sound can choose from a variety of local hotels including; Wyndham, Courtyard by Marriott or the Jupiter Waterfront Inn. Each is located close to the ocean and offers amenities that include flat screen TVs, whirlpool tubs, pools, conference rooms and high-speed Internet.

Or for those who love the outdoors, campgrounds are available at the beautiful Jonathan Dickinson State Park. Rent a private camp site or cozy cabin. This 11,500-acre park is home to youth campsites as well. The park offers many activities like biking, boating, hiking, canoeing, and geo-seeking. Or simply relax and enjoy the scenery.

When it’s time to eat, there are plenty of restaurants in Hobe Sound to satisfy anyone’s taste. From fine dining, fresh catch fish selections to pizza, there’s a little something for everyone.

Visitors will definitely want to make a stop at Hobe Sound’s locally famous restaurant, Harry & the Natives. Owned by the MacArthur family since 1952, Harry & the Natives is a community staple. Harry grew up in the restaurant, helping his parents from a young age. In 1989, he took over as owner and has been feeding Hobe Sound locals and guests ever since. The restaurant serves breakfast, lunch and dinner six days a week, and guests should be sure to read the menu closely if they’d like a chuckle with their meal.

Shopping opportunities in Hobe Sound include retail and clothing stores, florists, jewelers, gourmet and health food stores, boutiques, antiques shops, and more. Mall options are available close by in neighboring Jensen Beach and Palm Beach Gardens. Don’t forget to visit the new outlet mall in West Palm Beach.

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