The insiders guide to Palm City Florida

Palm City has some of the best schools in the State of Florida. Located just west of Stuart, Palm City runs from the St Lucie River west.  Palm City is primarily a bedroom community with many nice neighborhood but little industry. Residents typically live in Palm City and work in nearby cities such as Stuart, Palm Beach, and Port St Lucie.

Because Palm City is very close to both the Florida Turnpike and I95 residents can easily commute. Some Palm City residents commute as far south as Boca Raton, which is about a one hour drive.


Pipers Landing

Piper’s Landing is a golfer or boater’s dream. With only 300 homes on almost 600 acres Pipers Landing is a spacious community with an 18 hole Golf Course that was redesigned in 2007 by Gene Bates. There is also a protected Yacht Basin for boats up to 65 feet.

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Marasco Ranch

On the west side of Palm City, Marasco Ranch is a place to ride horses, have a birthday party, kayak on a lake and spend time with a variety of friendly animals.

A family run farm, Marasco Ranch is a fun place for kids of all ages.

Orchid Bay

Orchid Bay is a gated community in Palm City Florida located at the south end of Mapp Road. The neighborhood has 156 homes each on a half acre.

Jock Leighton Park

Jock Leighton Park in Palm City has fields for soccer, football, and lacrosse. There is also a full skate park, playground, and several pavillions. The park is located at 3755 SW Mapp Road in Palm City.

Palm City Elementary

Palm City Elementary School is an A rated school for nine years in a row as of 2008. The school provides classes to about 900 students from Kindergarten to fifth (5th) grade. The school is located off Mapp Road at 34th street in Palm City.

Pipers Landing

Piper’s Landing is a golfer or boater’s dream. With only 300 homes on almost 600 acres Pipers Landing is a spacious community with an 18 hole Golf Course that was redesigned in 2007 by Gene Bates. There is also a protected Yacht Basin for boats up to 65 feet.

Humane Society Treasure Coast

The Humane Society of the Treasure Coast is a private non-profit humane agency caring for more than 6,000 animals (dogs, cats, and others)  each year and relies solely on private donations. Located in Palm City, the humane society serves the Martin County and surrounding areas.