Situated in northern Martin County, Jensen Beach boasts a quaint old-Florida lifestyle from Hutchinson Island on the shores of the Atlantic Ocean to the lagoons of the Intracoastal Waterway. The revitalization of the downtown urban district has created a truly beautiful place to shop, work and play.
Jensen Beach includes the communities of Hutchinson Island, Rio, Sewall’s Point and Jensen Beach. This wonderful community rests on the scenic Indian River and the St. Lucie River. If you enjoy living among natural beauty you’ll find Jensen Beach a great place to live, work and play. The area has become a recreational paradise of water sports, relaxation, and natural beauty, as well. The average temperature is 82 degrees with the cool breezes off the Atlantic during summer highs. While 100,000 people have made their home in Martin County, 15,000 reside in the Jensen Beach communities year-round.
Population on Hutchinson Island doubles from December through April as winter brings guests from all over. Sewall’s Point is the gateway to the Atlantic Ocean. The town is home to many families with homes on tree-lined streets in a peaceful community. Rio resides along the St. Lucie River while Jensen Beach itself runs alongside the Indian River, north of Sewall’s Point. From recreation to relaxation, whatever community you visit or relocate to you’ll enjoy the lifestyle that is Jensen Beach.