Indiantown is a small, quiet town about 15 miles west of Stuart, and 8 miles north of the Palm Beach County line, surrounded by citrus groves and cattle ranches. Its location, rich history, demographics, and residents make it unique. Home to just under 7,000 residents, Indiantown is a culturally and ethnically diverse, clean, safe and friendly community, surrounded by a rural greenbelt consisting mainly of agriculture.
Horse lovers will enjoy the wide open spaces of acreage communities. Payson Park is one of the top thoroughbred racehorse training facilities in the United States. Timer Powers Park, Big Mound Park, and the Dupuis hiking trails offer thousands of acres of recreation. The community is economically balanced with an industrial, agricultural, corporate, and commercial base providing good jobs, services, and products available for all its residents.