Martin County Accessibility

Business Focus, Global Success


Martin County FL is optimally located to provide competitive access to your market. Move your product statewide, nationwide or globally with ease using our nearby highways, interstates, airports, rail, cross-Florida canal and ports.


"Martin County's centralized location is ideal for international manufacturers.  Close proximity to major ports and highways allows our shipments to be dispatched quickly."

            -James Crocker, CEO, Waterblasting Technologies




Centrally located in southeast Florida, Martin County is close to Florida's Turnpike and Interstate 95. The county is also equidistant to both Miami and Orlando, which means you can reach more than 6 million customers in less than two hours.




Martin County is located within a two-hour drive of six major international airports in Florida:

  • Palm Beach (22 miles South)

  • St. Lucie (24 miles North)

  • Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood (65 miles South)

  • Melbourne (70 miles North)

  • Miami (89 miles South)

  • Orlando (125 miles Northwest)

Executives enjoy the convenience of Stuart's own Witham Field, a general aviation airport located in the heart of Martin County FL. Witham Field boasts three runways, the longest of which is 5,826 feet, and can accommodate aircraft as large as the Gulfstream V and Boeing 737. Two on-site, fixed based operators ensure first-class service. Indiantown Airport is located on 600 acres just minutes north of Palm Beach County.



Martin County FL is surrounded by navigable waterways, with the main charted course being the Atlantic Intracoastal Waterway and the St. Lucie Inlet.


The county is approximately 15 miles from two of Florida's 14 ports: Port of Fort Pierce to the north, and Port of Palm Beach to the south. The Port of Palm Beach is the fourth busiest port in Florida and the 21st largest in container thru-put. Port Everglades, Port Canaveral and Port of Miami-Dade can be reached within two hours.


Martin County is the only east coast community that can offer access to both the Atlantic Ocean and the Gulf of Mexico, thanks to the Okeechobee Waterway. Florida's only cross-state waterway stretches from Fort Myers on the west coast to Stuart on the east, running through Lake Okeechobee.
Florida's rail system comprises 12 line-haul (freight) railroads and four terminal, or switching, companies. Martin County is primarily served by CSX Transportation's 1,778 miles of Florida route, which connect with a total of 19,000 CSX miles covering 20 states, the District of Columbia and Canada, and the Florida East Coast Railway Company's 351 miles of mainline track along Florida's east coast. Intermodal facilities serving Martin County are located in nearby Palm Beach and Miami.



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