WaterColor, FL, USA

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WaterColor, FL, USA

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Pristine sands in Port St. Lucie

Port St. Lucie vacation rentals are the perfect places to enjoy this Florida coastal community. With 21 miles of sparkling sandy beaches to lie back and relax on, you’re sure to get that much-needed R&R you’ve been dreaming of. Sports fans will have a great time with all that’s on offer here, and this beach-side community is teeming with wildlife and nature. Lovers of the outdoors can hike, bike and horseback ride their way through pretty Port St. Lucie.

Sand, surf, and golf swings in Port St. Lucie

If uncrowded, stunning sandy beaches are what you dream of, make your dream a reality and stay in one of the many Port St. Lucie vacation rentals. Laze on the sand and top up your tan or head into the waters and work on your swimming. For those looking to learn something new, why not book a watersports lesson with one of the many surf schools? Back on the beach, how about horseback riding along the sands? For inland activity, it’s tee time over at PGA Golf Club. Show off your swing on the Club’s 54 holes of championship golf!

Plenty of fun in Port St. Lucie

Catch the baseball bug at First Data Field stadium. Home to the St. Lucie Mets all year round and the New York Mets in the spring, baseball fans will delight in watching a game here. For an outdoor experience in tune with nature, make sure you spend a day at the Oxbow Eco-Center. Join a guided walk around this 225-acre preserve to see the “real Florida” or head to the Exhibit Hall and Discovery room to dive into the St. Lucie River’s history and inhabitants. Artists will enjoy the Civic Center—a 2,000 square foot art gallery with exhibits that change every 8 weeks.

Subtropical Port St. Lucie

If you’re looking for year-round sun, then Port St. Lucie vacation rentals are the ideal destination! This subtropical coastal community receives a yearly average of 238 days of sunshine and summer highs in the low 90s. For those who prefer warm temperatures, winter is an excellent time to visit. There is absolutely no snow here and temperatures often reach highs in the mid-70s December through February. This is a subtropical area so you will experience your fair share of rain, but don’t let this put you off as the sun is sure to come out again.

Preserves and botanics in Port St. Lucie

Situated on the Treasure Coast, Port St. Lucie is home to plenty of nature preserves. Savannas State Preserve Park is the perfect place to leave the urban town center behind. Hike through some of the 15 miles of nature trails and you may even catch a glimpse of a gopher, marsh rabbit or even the infamous Floridian alligator! For flora, head to the Port St. Lucie Botanical Gardens. Inhale the scents of the rose and hibiscus gardens, find serenity in the Secret Garden or be dazzled by the beauty of the Butterfly Garden.