HOW TO GET TO US.
If you're coming from out of state, the best way to get to the Treasure Coast is by flying into Palm Beach International Airport (PBI). Visitors can also fly into Vero Beach Regional Airport (VBR).
This is a premier saltwater fishing spot on Florida’s east coast. Three miles of gorgeous beaches provide an opportunity for surfing, swimming, scuba diving, snorkeling, kayaking and shelling.
Spend the day fishing the waters that this area is renowned for. Choose from world-class fishing offshore in the deep Atlantic Ocean or inshore on the Indian River Lagoon.
This is the largest rocky, limestone shoreline on the U.S. Atlantic coast. Native habitats in this preserve include beach dunes, coastal strand, mangrove swamps and tropical hardwood hammocks.
Get a breathtaking, bird’s eye view of Vero Beach’s coastline and Indian River Lagoon on this high-altitude sightseeing tour.
The beaches of Hutchinson Island in Fort Pierce are one of the only places in Florida that permit horseback riding on the beach. Enjoy the secluded, rustic, and picturesque views while exploring different equestrian trails.
This park is comprised of 16 natural communities. Visitors can enjoy biking, equestrian and hiking trails, boating, canoeing, kayaking and fishing.
Explore the historic site of Vero Beach’s most famous shallow water wreck, the SS Breconshire. This popular snorkeling spot is known for its abundant marine life and historic value.
Encounter Florida's natural marshlands while gliding over miles of natural Florida wetlands. During your airboat tour, you’ll observe exotic birds, plants, turtles and alligators in their own environment where ordinary boats can’t reach.
Voted the #1 Happiest Seaside Town by Coastal Living, Downtown Stuart is home to countless local restaurants, shops, art galleries, music venues and a wide variety of events.
Stretching 2,453 feet from Tom Hooper Park, choose from two paths leading you through mangroves and observe Florida’s wetlands on the river.
The Treasure Coast is located on the southeastern coast of Florida. The region is comprised of three counties: Indian River County, St. Lucie County and Martin County.
This county boasts 160 locally owned restaurants, a renowned art museum, botanical gardens and the opportunity to snorkel through historic shipwrecks.
This area offers 21 miles of beaches, world-class fishing, and championship golf along with countless other outdoor and nature adventures.
Our southernmost county is home to everything from rodeos to sea turtle adventures. Enjoy shopping, museums, over 100,000 acres of conservation land, and miles of beaches.
The story of the Treasure Coast began over 300 years ago when a fleet of 11 Spanish ships wrecked offshore between the St. Lucie River and Cape Canaveral. These ships were sent to collect new wealth from the American possessions of the Spanish Empire and bring it to Spain. On their way back, this treasure-carrying fleet was sunk by the winds of a hurricane, scattering gold, silver and jewels over the seafloor. To this day, these treasures can sometimes still be found washed up on the shores by lucky beachgoers, giving the region its well-deserved name.
Take a look at our most frequently asked questions, answered by locals, to learn all you need to know about the Treasure Coast.
Play golf at Sandridge, go to the Tiki Hut in Sebastian by the River, enjoy a glass of wine at Captain Butchers, and end with listening to music at Captain Hiram’s
I love driving down Powerline Grade Road at DuPuis State Park. It is 14 miles from the entrance of the park to end of the road. There are always lots of alligators to view there and often come across pigs, deer, bobcats, coyote and if you’re really lucky, a panther.
Berry Fresh in Port St. Lucie.
-Sarah, Ft. Pierce