Visitors can explore six different Florida marine habitats and learn about the complexity and importance of marine ecosystems. The largest aquarium is a model of a Caribbean coral reef. Other displays include living models of seagrass, mangrove, estuarine and nearshore habitats, as well as a deepwater Oculina coral reef. There are several smaller aquarium displays and a touch tank for you to meet local sea creatures. Feeding Frenzy tours daily at 10:30am and Snack Time tours daily at 2:30pm. Behind-the-Scenes tour Saturday at 2:00pm.
Located near Interstate 95, giving easy access to Tradition Field in nearby Port St. Lucie, the Navy Seal Museum and downtown. Motel 6 is still pet friendly and gives you a modest price for every night you stay. Coin laundry, 2.99/hr WiFi, and an outdoor pool. Like they say, they'll leave the light on for you.
Founded in 1973, the St. Lucie Community Theatre performed all across the county until settling down at the Pineapple Playhouse at the border of Fort Pierce and Port St. Lucie. Many plays are put on from September to May each year, so grab a ticket while you have a chance!
A local seafood restaurant, the 12A Buoy is a favorite amongst the residents as well as its visitors. Try the Lobster Mac'n'Cheese, their marvelous Key Lime Pie, and the Tuna and Scallops dinner. Enjoy pure Floridian seafood while sitting near the riverfront.
Sonic is a national drive-in restaurant chain, serving tater tots, chicken strips, burgers, and other restaurant favorites; the servers give you your order via rollerblade. Give yourself an experience you'll never forget.
A local favorite, the Tiki Bar is an iconic FP symbol near the Indian River. Dine under an authentic thatched roof while watching the waves strike the beach and surfers catch their next wave.
Located in downtown, Cobb's Landing is yet another local favorite place to get a bite to eat. Have a drink at the Mojito Bar, with the highest recommended drink being the Pineapple Mojito.
Hurricane Grill and Wings is a national chain born on the Treasure Coast in Fort Pierce. Wings served in two sauces of your choice, out of 35 flavors. Located practically on the coast
Skating rink located on Florida State Road 68. Best skating rink in the county. As well as skating, you can play at the on site arcade or hold your birthday there.
Rooms and suites with microwave, work desk, free internet, flat screen TV. Guests have access to free parking, free breakfast, pool and fitness center.
This cocktail bar and liquor store has a tremendous selection of any liquor you would enjoy. A small business considered a favorite among the locals.
This hotel gives travelers free in-room WiFi, free breakfast every morning, an outdoor heated pool, and a fitness center.
Free breakfast every morning, outdoor temperature-controlled pool, fitness center, and free WiFi for all guests
This airport is outside of the region, but is used to get into the region, serving almost all global US cities.
This Mediterranean Revival building has hosted many big celebrities, such as Bill Cosby and Ringo Starr.
The Navy Seal Museum has exhibits, the history of the SEALS, and scuba adventures for the brave ones.
Part of Choice Hotels. A smoke-free hotel with a hot breakfast every morning and an outdoor pool.
This museum houses the greatest paintings of A. E. "Beanie" Backus and the Florida Highwaymen.
Learn about manatees and the fragile ecosystems of the Treasure Coast at the Manatee Center.
The only airport serving the county. No commercial service yet, so bring your own plane.
The local post office sorts and delivers mail, what is expected of a post office.
Local shoe store selling Nikes, Converse, Adidas, and other big names in shoes.
Platform station with shelter. Only a stopping location, no ticket office yet.
Ticket office, waiting room, and two different routes going two ways!
Serves Atlanta, Charlotte, and Washington DC at Dulles.
Serving major airports from Boston to Dallas.
Fort Pierce is the oldest incorporated city in St. Lucie County, with a bustling and historic downtown area, close location to beaches on the Indian River Lagoon and the Atlantic Ocean by its extension to Hutchinson Island, and many famous celebrities visiting every summer at the Sunrise Theatre. Ft. Pierce has a population of 43,601 by the 2013 US Census Estimate; Fort Pierce is also a part of the Port St. Lucie metropolitan area, or the Treasure Coast, an area populated at almost 600,000.
Fort Pierce is a small railroad city along Florida's east coast, being the location of a mid-sized rail yard with track rights owned by the Florida East Coast Railroad, with track all the way to Miami and Jacksonville, and South Central Florida Express, with track from the downtown yard to Clewiston and Sebring.
FP is becoming more and more modernized, but slowly and steadily. Downtown is considered the hot-spot of the city due to its blossoming commercialism, amazing Spanish-colonial buildings, celebrities performing at the Sunrise Theatre, and an amazing Christmas display yearly at Avenues A and Orange. There's a lot of fun going on with the marina and many interesting shops on the thoroughfares of Orange Avenue and Avenue D.