Fort Pierce Inlet State Park, Fort Pierce

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Fort Pierce Inlet State Park, a 340-acre (1.4 km2) part of the Florida State Park system, is located just north of the Fort Pierce Inlet, on North Hutchinson Island, near Fort Pierce. It consists of beaches, dunes and a coastal hammock between the Atlantic Ocean and the waters of Tucker Cove, an indentation of the Indian River Lagoon.
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  • Location, location, location. This park and walking area is located on the water in downtown Fort Pierce close to restaurants. Plenty of free parking and sidewalk out on the jetty is paved for... 
    Location, location, location. This park and walking area is located on the water in downtown Fort Pierce close to restaurants. Plenty of free parking and sidewalk out on the jetty is paved for...  more »
  • Beach was nice but disappointed in the fact the building that was supposed to be for changing clothes/bathrooms was closed. A portable trailer was in the parking lot as bathrooms. Waves were great... 
    Beach was nice but disappointed in the fact the building that was supposed to be for changing clothes/bathrooms was closed. A portable trailer was in the parking lot as bathrooms. Waves were great...  more »
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  • Absolute favorite place to enjoy the outdoors by the water! Access to the ocean side or the inlet. Clean, well-maintained barbecue places and the beaches themselves. Even a trail and a kids area! All of that is for a small entrance fee. Love it!
  • This is a great place for outdoor activities. It is 6$ a car to get in to the park and there are lots of things to do! When we were here we did the clear kayaking tour. This needs the be reserved ahead of time and is 55$ a person. It was worth every dollar. The guide is hilarious and knowledgeable! He takes you through the mangroves and to a secluded sandbar. This tour was around 3-4 hours long. We saw a lot of sea life! We can't wait to go on another tour here.

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