Even though the Treasure Coast Square Mall is in Jensen Beach, a small town in nearby Martin County, it is considered the hot-spot shopping-spot of the southern Treasure Coast. Department stores in the mall include Dillard's, Macy's, and JC Penney. A food court in the mall will keep you fueled up for more shopping at stores like Hollister, Aeropostale, as well as many electronics shops.
Opened in 1988, Tradition Field has been the spring training home of the New York Mets, and the home of their Class A-Advanced minor league associates, the St. Lucie Mets. Grab yourself a juicy Nathan's hotdog and sit on the berm to watch the Mets hit their next homerun.
Outback is a true Florida-based steakhouse, with the headquarters on the other coast in Tampa; this is the local location of the national chain. Try their famous "Aussie-tizer", the "Bloomin' Onion" and enjoy the interior of this authentic Aussie steakhouse.
Duffy's has locations all over the Treasure Coast, in Greater Orlando, and in the Palm Beaches. This local favorite is the only Duffy's location in Port St. Lucie. "2-for-1 Happy Hour" all day, every day. Annexed to the Superplay USA Fun Center.
Tutto Fresco is an Italian restaurant that in Italian means "Everything is fresh". Serving steaks, pasta, and all Italian favorites, giving a taste of all Italian regions, from Bologna to Rome and as far south as Naples.
Serving breakfast and pizza, Bobby's gives you a "taste of New York" with Yankees and Mets memorabilia, as well as baseball and football games for you to witness the best sports teams NYC has to offer.
Pizza restaurant known among many of the residents. On the wall, you can see pictures of Scotty Pippen and Adam Sandler, who ate at that very restaurant; if it's good enough for them, why not?
Open every weekend, Twistee Treat offers ice cream and Sabrett Hot-Dogs for you to enjoy while watching the cars drive along the highway. Locally-owned business located at this one location.
Many city festivals are held on the green outside of the Civic Center, but it is the basic welcome center to the city. Considered by many to be the prime edifice in the downtown area.
Extended stay suite hotel with suites that include free Internet, flat screen TV and full kitchen. Hotel amenities include free hot breakfast, free parking, pool and fitness center.
The local Enterprise rental stations. Like they say, they'll pick you up. The location on US-1 is closest to Martin County, if you want to spend a day in Stuart or Jensen Beach.
This yearly festival in Tradition, FL will give you a massively fun opportunity to explore Little Italy through festival rides, wine tasting and music by various artists.
Hurricane's is a national chain born on the Treasure Coast in the neighboring city of Fort Pierce. Wings are served in two sauces of your choice, out of 35 flavors.
Large shopping mall in Tradition, an in-city suburb. Though it is not in the traditional mall format, there are lots of stores to shop at spread around the lot.
Baskin Robbins is a nationally-recognized ice cream chain, serving their iconic flavors at all locations in America, not just 31 anymore.
Sportsman Park has a playground, tennis and a baseball field for Little League teams. The West Park has a track and two football fields.
Catch a movie at the local Carmike Cinema. On Tuesdays, Carmike holds a "Super Stimulus Tuesday," offering $2 popcorn and drinks.
Serves the Silver Star and Silver Meteor, from New York to DC, Richmond, Charleston, Savannah, Jacksonville, Tampa, and Miami.
Veterans Park is close to the St. Lucie River; you can get a river cruise, go on the boardwalk by the river, and go boating.
Live stand up comedy at the Civic Center. Open to all, but minors must accompanied by a parent due to some coarse language.
Local Mexican food chain located around the southern Treasure Coast and Okeechobee. 3 locations in the PSL city limits.
Great place for homestyle cooking, including biscuits and gravy, country-fried steak, and pancakes the size of a plate.
Night club in Port St. Lucie with cocktails, and soft drinks for the teens. Plays great music from the 70's til now.
Home of American Little League, this park has two baseball fields, racquetball, volleyball, and basketball courts.
Established in 1953 before PSL's incorporation, this is the oldest family-owned retail store in St. Lucie County.
Quite possibly the largest and busiest library in Port St. Lucie, located only a few blocks away from US-1.
Currently the closest commercial airport to Port St. Lucie. Serving major airports from Boston to Dallas.
This marina sits on the north fork of the St. Lucie River. The entire river takes you to Lake Okeechobee.
This park and preserve features a marina and a boardwalk to observe natural wildlife preserves.
A place to chill out with a game of bowling or mini-golf or get hyped for a game of laser tag.
Served by Auto Train; the route runs up to Lorton, Virginia, just outside of Washington DC.
Hotel with free breakfast, high-speed internet, and pool with accompanying hot tub.
Located close to Sportsman Park and the ever-busy thoroughfare of Airoso Boulevard.
Playgrounds for children of all ages, basketball AND tennis courts, and turf field.
Modern lodging with an outdoor pool. One of the closest hotels to Tradition Field.
Unfussy hotel with a pool and free Wi-Fi. Located in the heart of St. Lucie West.
Platform station with shelter. Only a stopping location, no ticket office yet.
Taxi service from Daytona Beach to Port St. Lucie, from Melbourne to Stuart.
Excellent ice cream and chocolates in the heart of Port St. Lucie/Tradition.
Shop local vendors for fresh produce, arts & crafts, and more! Every Sunday.
Check out the rides, animals, and great food at the St. Lucie County Fair.
Ticket office, waiting room, and two different routes going two ways!
Shops in this plaza include Publix, Burlington and the new HomeGoods.
Busiest airport in Central Florida, just a while up the Turnpike.
Extends from Fort Pierce to Port St. Lucie and Jensen Beach.
Busiest airport in Florida, serving the U.S. and the world.
Local steakhouse, best known for their filet mignon.
No commercial service yet, so take your own plane.
Claims to be the best of all Florida golf cities.
Hotel with onsite restaurant in the PGA Village.
The Treasure Coast's favorite comic book shop.
In the IRSC Pruitt Campus in St. Lucie West.
Extended-stay hotel with suites and a pool.
Ribs so tender that they fall off the bone.
225 acre preserve on the St. Lucie River
Closest large commercial hub to PSL.
Sports grill and cocktail bar.
Mexican restaurant and bar
Nice all-suite hotel.