Beaches, boating, museums, fun downtowns, arts and culture, nature preserves… what can’t you find on the Treasure Coast? There’s so much to do, see, and experience here, it can be hard to know where to start. So we’re breaking it down for you…
Here are the best Treasure Coast attractions for your next vacation.
Jonathan Dickinson State Park
One of Florida’s best nature preserves, Jonathan Dickinson State Park stretches over 11,000 acres over Hobe Sound, in an area teeming with tropical flora and fauna. It’s also a popular spot for camping and hiking, canoeing and kayaking, and fresh and saltwater fishing.
Sea Turtle Beach
Located on the shores of beautiful and charming Jensen Beach, Sea Turtle Beach is famous as a springtime favorite locale for turtles. Visitors to this wide, sandy beach can witness turtles clambering ashore to lay their eggs in late spring.
Fort Pierce Inlet State Park
Located on the northern side of Hutchinson Island, Fort Pierce Inlet State Park is a popular destination for anglers, surfers, and those seeking a quieter slice of beachfront. It’s known as a great spot for reeling in snook, flounder, and bluefish, as well as a top spot for riding waves.
Savannas Preserve State Park
Stretching over 550 acres of wetlands preserve just outside of Port St. Lucie, Savannas Preserve State Park is home to scenic campgrounds, interesting interpretive trails, and a dog park. There’s also a boat ramp, as well as on-site canoe and kayak rentals for those who want to get out on the water.
One of Southeastern Florida’s premier performing arts centers, Sunrise Theatre in Fort Pierce plays host to numerous local and national touring acts. Here, you can find touring Broadway shows, music and comedy performances, orchestras, country music, classic rock… and more.
Main Street Fort Pierce
If you want to enjoy the excitement of a true city… without all the traffic, crowding, and smog, then Downtown Fort Pierce is the place to be! Head Downtown to discover an eclectic mix of shops, restaurants and businesses, to enjoy fun events and festivals, or to take a trolley tour. There’s even a mural trail to explore.
St. Lucie County Aquarium
The affordable St. Lucie County Aquarium is just $4 for adults, $3 for students and senior, and free for kids under four! Plus, you can experience the Feeding Frenzy twice daily, when animals are fed in their natural ecosystems.
First Data Field
Love sports? Head down to First Data Field in Port St. Lucie to catch New York Mets spring training, or perhaps a season game of the St. Lucie Mets (Gulf Coast Mets Rookie League Team).
Ready to Come Have Some Fun on the Treasure Coast?
If you’re thinking of relocating to or buying a vacation home on the Treasure Coast of Florida, then it’s time to contact Edgewater Property Realty. We’re here to help you explore the area, discover its beautiful communities, and find the perfect home or property for your needs.