Fort Pierce Inlet State Park, Fort Pierce

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State Park · Hidden Gem · Nature / Park
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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  • Beautiful beach walk and hammock trail. Enjoyed the sandpipers and brown pelicans. Great picnic facilities.  more »
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  • My family and I love this park and beach. It has beaches on the ocean and inlet sides. In parts of the inlet side, you can swim across a small channel to a beach on an island where hermit crabs and other sea life roam. There are also several pavilions and grills fir cookouts. Our family has made many fun memories at this park.
  • Nice state park. Much easier to get out into the ocean than at Sebastian Inlet... seems to be deeper with fewer things on the bottom to create the rolling waves you find at Sebastian Inlet State Park. Caught some big Jack's across from the Coast Guard station on Sunday

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