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What makes the Grade Unique?

Extensive tree canopy consisting of 100 year old oaks, palms, pine and other trees.
Photo by Nancy Oliver
Photo by Nancy Oliver
Photo by Nancy Oliver

Native wildlife, birds, and flowers.  Adjacent to over 20,000 acres of conservation land accessible for horseback riding, primitive camping, hiking, and limited hunting.

Photo by Paul Strauss

Photo by Paul Strauss

Photo by Paul Strauss

A thriving, rural community that still engages in cattle ranching, farming, citrus production and equine activities.
Photo by Lee Jones
Photo by Nancy Oliver
Photo by Nancy Oliver

Centrally located between three different history-, culture-, and nature-based tourism and recreation destinations.

Okeechobee City


The City of Stuart
Click Her to visit the Okeechobee Rodeo website.

Click photo to visit the Okechobee Rodeo

Cliek here to visit the Seminole Inn in Indiantown.

Click photo to visit the Seminole Inn.
Click here for info on what to do in Stuart and Martin County.

Click photo for info about Stuart and Martin County's other attractions.