Discover St. Lucie’s 21 miles of uncrowded and pristine beaches where nearly half the coastline is public preservation — a rare characteristic for a South Florida beach destination. What’s more, is that visitors enjoy more public beach access points per square mile than any other coastal community in Florida. With exception of the Florida State Park beaches, all beaches in St. Lucie are free admission and free parking and many are equipped with amenities such as bathrooms, pavilions, dune walkovers, and more.


A 165-space free public parking lot on South Hutchinson Island to provide additional parking for access to our beautiful beaches and other waterfront amenities; such as Jetty Park and many local restaurants and businesses. The parking lot is located on seven vacant parcels on the north side of Seaway Drive. The parking lot includes 7 handicapped parking spaces.

Discover more about the beautiful beaches of St. Lucie

Avalon State Park

Blind Creek Beach

Blue Heron Beach

Coconut Drive Beach

Dollman Beach

Fort Pierce Inlet State Park

Frederick Douglass Park

Gulfstream Beach

Herman’s Bay Beach

Jetty Park Beach

John Brooks Park Beach

Kimberly Bergalis Memorial Park

Middle Cove Beach

Normandy Beach

Ocean Bay Beach

Pepper Park Beach

Porpoise Beach

Queen’s Island Beach

South Beach

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