Fort Pierce, FL, USA

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Fort Pierce, FL, USA

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Relax on pristine beaches in Fort Pierce

Want to stay in a private villa with a hot tub, private pool, and sunrise views over the ocean? A Fort Pierce vacation rental has you covered. Also known as the Sunset City thanks to its eastern coastline, Fort Pierce allows you to relax with the sand between your toes as you stroll its pristine beaches. If kicking back isn't your style, try surfing and water sports in the inviting blue sea, all the while knowing that afterward, you can enjoy fresh seafood in a classy restaurant or delve into the local culture by watching a live show in this charming Florida town.

It's hard to beat Fort Pierce for diverse water activities

Fort Pierce isn't just about water activities, but there are plenty of them. Take to the water with your surfboard in hand, or relax while meandering the inlet on a motorized kayak. Fort Pierce has all the water activities you could ask for, but that doesn't mean there's nothing to see in dryer pastures. Amble through the recently renovated Downtown area and absorb the impressive Spanish colonial style architecture. Fort Pierce vacation rentals provide the perfect base to shop, catch live acting and music shows, and feast on a seafood dinner to round off a perfect day.

See top attractions in Fort Pierce

Love history? Spend a few hours appreciating the exhibits at the National Navy Museum and learning about the town’s founders at the St. Lucie County Historical Museum. If you care more about current nature than days gone by, take the kids along to witness some of the ocean's largest creatures at the Manatee Observation & Education Center and Harbor Branch Oceanographic Institute. Don't forget to check out our feathered friends and other fascinating critters at Indrio Savannahs Preserve. Alternatively, welcome the sunrise over the ocean and various state parks for some peace and serenity.

Sun, sand, and surf welcome you anytime in Fort Pierce

Spring and fall make excellent times to visit Fort Pierce due to the moderate rainfall and comfortable temperatures, but you can quickly beat the summer heat by taking a dip in the ocean or exploring the museums. This destination experiences more sunny days and less rain than the average US city, and even the winter months provide balmy weather, making a Fort Pierce vacation rental the perfect place for year-round water and outdoor activities.

Get close to marine and reef nature in Fort Pierce

You'll quickly see why locals and visitors alike love Fort Pierce's landscape, defined by its sea and state park inlet where you can dive into the action of many water activities. However, it's also a habitat for diverse airborne wildlife that resides in various state parks. Absorb the beauty of the coral reefs and manatees in the 300-square nautical mile marine protected area, or cast your rod outside the marina if catching and preparing dinner will put a smile on your loved ones' faces.