The Treasure Coast is a beautiful, relaxing place to live, year round arts and cultural activities, a rich history and so much more. Water is everywhere, making the area a boater's dream. Miles of pristine beaches also make the area a vacation destination. Whether you enjoy boating, fishing, snorkeling, diving, or just spending time with family and friends on the beach/parks, you can experience all your favorite ocean activities here on the Treasure Coast. Port St. Lucie, FL is the home of NY Mets Spring Training baseball, championship golf at PGA Village and other top-notch golf courses.
Boaters and fishermen enjoy the Intracoastal Waterway, which winds through Martin and St. Lucie Counties. The St. Lucie Inlet provides easy access to the Atlantic Ocean, where the deep sea fishing is known as some of the country's best.
The Fort Pierce inlet has been labeled the best all weather inlet on the east coast. The Inlet and surrounding Indian River Lagoon provide easy access to the Atlantic, many spoil islands for day trips, BBQs, diving/snorkeling, kayaking and world class fishing.
Beaches are everywhere--don't forget your sunscreen!
Your family will enjoy the many other recreational activities throughout Florida, including camping, golfing, water sports, excellent vacation spots, theme parks and much more. Walt Disney World, Epcot, MGM Studios, Universal Studios, Sea World, Wet n Wild and more are only two hours away in the Orlando area. Busch Gardens is only three-and-a-half hours away in the Tampa area.
Nightlife and Cultural Opportunities
Quality Theater and arts are available locally, or you can enjoy nightlife, theater and museums in nearby West Palm Beach, Ft. Lauderdale, Vero Beach, Orlando or even Miami and the Florida Keys.