Beach Tours on Horseback
There is no better way to see the beaches of St. Lucie – than on the back of a horse. This is the only place in south Florida where visitors can ride a horse on the beach. This slow-paced, gentle ride down a Fort Pierce’s natural, isolated sandy shoreline will stay in the vacation memory banks forever. (https://visitstlucie.com/horseback-riding)
Free and Beautiful Beaches
Are you looking for the perfect beach getaway with your client? Look no more – come to St. Lucie where you will find 21 miles of uncrowded and pristine beaches where nearly half the coastline is public preservation – a rare characteristic for a South Florida beach destination.
Interesting fact, visitors enjoy more public beach access points per square mile than any other coastal community in Florida. Not to mention, parking and admission are free with the exception of the Florida State Park beaches. Many of the beaches have the amenities for an entire day at the beach, including restrooms, showers, picnic pavilions and more.
National Navy UDT-SEAL Museum
The National Navy UDT-SEAL Museum is the only museum in the world dedicated solely to preserving the history of the U.S. Navy SEALs and their predecessors. The museum is located on North Hutchinson Island in Fort Pierce, once the training grounds of the original Naval Combat Demolition Units and Underwater Demolition Team during World War II.
During this time, they were known as the Frogmen. This state-of-the-art museum features interactive exhibits, retired air and water craft, rare artifacts and an onsite training obstacle course to see if you can put your Navy SEAL skills to the test.
Club Med at Sandpiper
For an all-inclusive stay with a focus on family fitness and sports, Club Med Sandpiper is the ideal Club Med Resort for an active family vacation. Located along the St. Lucie River, amid lush vegetation, Club Med Sandpiper enjoys a delightfully tropical climate, a Sports Academy with top-ranked coaches, amazing resort amenities and programs, and an adult-exclusive infinity pool with a dedicated bar.
The Historic Sunrise Theatre
The pristine, beautifully restored, intimate 1,200-seat Sunrise Theatre, located in historic downtown Fort Pierce, presents national touring Broadway shows, musical and comedy acts, ballet, country stars and classic rock icons.
Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, the Sunrise Theatre opened its doors on Aug. 1, 1923 as the largest theatre on Florida’s East Coat between Jacksonville and Miami. To view a list of upcoming shows, visit https://visitstlucie.com/places/united-states/florida/fort-pierce-1/arts-and-entertainment/sunrise-theater.
Spring Training with the New York Mets
Escape the cold and catch America’s favourite pastime in Port St. Lucie – every spring the New York Mets are here to train and play ball.
Downtown Fort Pierce Farmer’s Market
The downtown Fort Pierce Farmers’ Market is a great Saturday morning outing for visitors and locals alike. Consistently ranked one of the top-10 farmer’s markets in the nation, the Downtown Fort Pierce Farmers Markets offers fresh local produce, seafood, honey and flavourful sauces, along with locally made and/or grown soaps, candles, plants and so much more.
Take a hike
The fall season is a great time to visit some of St. Lucie’s most pristine natural resources. Guided hikes, such as Hiking 101, are available at some of the area’s most unique nature preserves where you can learn about the wildlife and history of the area. Guests can also learn proper trail etiquette and cool tools that make their trek even more enjoyable. There are over 20 different preserves to choose from offering a variety of amenities from hiking trails, observation areas, disc golf, fishing and more.
Golf one of the many courses, including PGA
With about 240 days of sun each year and nearly two dozen public and semi-private courses, St. Lucie is a golfer’s dream come true. Start out at the famed PGA Village Golf Resort, ranked among the “75 Best Golf Resorts” by Golf Digest. PGA Village has three public courses designed by Tom Fazio and Pete Dye – the Wanamaker, Ryder and the Dye. Together they offer 54 holes of championship golf.
Treasure Coast Wine & Ale Trail
This tasting trail has 12 stops that include 10 local breweries, a winery and a cidery – giving visitors a true sampling of the local flavour. From small nano-breweries to larger breweries, the Treasure Coast Wine & Ale Trail will introduce visitors to a vibrant, diverse group of entrepreneurs who are helping redefine the character of the Coast, one perfect pint at a time.