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Price and Availability Index Stuart
Vacation Rental Price Information in Stuart
This graph displays average prices of the vacation rentals and holiday apartments located in Stuart. in Stuart, prices can go up to $231 (1/12 - 1/19). Prices decrease in a week of September (9/8 - 9/15), where average prices are $142.
Rental Availability Information in Stuart
This graph shows the vacation rental availability rate for the next six months. More people travel to Stuart a week in February (2/16 - 2/23). So far, 77% of the rentals are occupied this week. The week with the highest percentage of available rentals is in September (9/1 - 9/8).
The weather in Stuart
Check out the climate diagram for Stuart. In July maximum temperatures go higher than 89°. On the other hand, you could have temperatures dropping under 59° in January. The rainiest month is June while the driest month is February.
Get hooked on the treasures of Stuart, Florida from your vacation home
There are shipwrecks, beaches, and reefs to explore. Vacationers can visit theaters and museums or attend festivals and events. The whole family will have fun exploring in Stuart.
Vacation rentals are available for weekend getaways or long-term stays. Stuart rental homes include guest houses, oceanfront condos, riverfront cottages, and beach houses in gated communities.
Outings with youngsters
Children enjoy Bathtub Reef Beach and Shepherd Park. Swarming with marine life, Bathtub Reef is a favorite among snorkelers of all ages. Low tide at the beach creates a shallow “tub” for younger children.
Shepherd Park features a boardwalk over the St. Lucie River. A playground, restrooms, fishing dock, picnic tables, grills, boat launch and bike rack make this park ideal for families.
For bikers, Halpatiokee Park has a single-track mountain bike trail. It’s beginner level and easy to pedal.
Sinking hooks or museum looks
Visitors find opportunities for exploration on both sea and land. Hire a charter boat and fish for sailfish, snook or snapper. Explore the wreck of the Georges Valentine, directly offshore from the House of Refuge.
The House of Refuge is the only refuge (rescue) station left standing of the 10 stations located along Florida’s east coast. Open year-round, except for vacations, visitors can view exhibits and artifacts on display.
Check out the Elliot Museum, across from Stuart Beach. It has a large selection of antique and classic cars, bicycles and motorcycles.
Craving culture? Head to the Lyric Theater. This former silent movie house serves the community with top-tier musicians, ballet, film festivals, and art exhibits.
Local grows, free shows, and fests
The Stuart Green Market at the City Hall parking lot and the Rockin’ Riverwalk Concert Series are free events. Both take place every Sunday.
Annual shows and festivities include the Shamrock Fest at Gazebo Park in March, the 4th of July Fireworks at Flagler Park and the Block Party & Music Festival in mid-August.
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