Located on the South East coast of Florida, you’ll find St. Lucie; known as the Jewel of Florida’s Treasure Coast. St. Lucie’s 21 miles of uncrowded and pristine beaches are lined with public preservation lands and unspoiled beauty. These pristine beaches of Hutchinson Island lead to nature preserves of untouched Florida wilderness & also have many unique attributes & amenities such as surfing, shelling, snorkeling, kayaking & more. Walton Rocks Beach is St. Lucie’s dog friendly beach and dogs can run leash free & enjoy the stunning water. At Jetty Park, there are nearby restaurants to enjoy after a long day of sun-bathing, fishing or kite-surfing. At Frederick Douglass Park Beach, visitors can enjoy one of the only beaches in Florida where you can ride a horse on the beach; bring your own horse or take a tour! Normandy Beach was named for the World War Two military training that took place in the area and is now a perfect, secluded beach for a day of unwinding. At Fort Pierce Inlet State Park, surfers from all over the state visit for the awesome waves rolling in from the Atlantic Ocean.
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