Savannas Recreation Area is where you should head to if you’re looking for adventure and excitement or even some quiet time with nature. Sprawled across over 500 acres of biologically rich land, the park is a campers haven. The park is perfect for boating, fishing, bird-watching, picnics, hiking and more. There are also a number of vegetation taking root in the park, which also nests a variety of wildlife. Run by the St. Lucie County Parks and Recreation Department, the nature reserve is a beautiful unadulterated park area. There are camping areas and other facilities for people to engage in while they experience nature.
Overlooking the St. Lucie River, White City Park offers one an escape into nature. A brainchild of architect Daniel Burnham, the park is lined with towering oak trees and has several picnic tables where one can spend a day with their family and friends. It also has a walkway that gives visitors a scenic view of the peacefully flowing river and the verdant environs.
Spanning across 225 acres (91 hectares), the Oxbow Eco-Center is an oasis lined with towering trees that shade an extensive hiking route. The area is enriched with the waters of the St, Lucie River and is home to a number of animals as well as bird species. It is a must-visit attraction that is sure to delight visitors of all ages.
The Spruce Bluff Natural Area allows you to get acquainted with nature as well as history and culture. The hiking trail unveils a number of bird species as well as plants across the marshes around the St. Lucie River. The region also gives one a peek into the lives of its early settlers, through remnants such as the Ais midden - the trash dump of the centuries-old residents of this area, and a monument symbolizing the resting place of the seven pioneers who once called this land their home.
An oasis of the city, the Oak Hammock Park is a verdant expanse that delights with its tree-lined trails. Most popular for its landmark resident, the Devil’s Tree, the park is further dotted with a plethora of tropical plants. Its hiking trails for perfect for walking dogs and for losing yourself in nature.
This pristine garden in the heart of Port St. Lucie is a wonderful place to spend an afternoon with your family. The gardens are spread across nearly 20 acres (8.09 hectares) of land, and feature ample provisions for relaxation and recreation. Amid a verdant field of local and tropical flowering plants, there is a huge fountain that completes the scenery, whereas a pavilion and a gift shop keep you busy.
Hallstrom Planetarium is an engaging planetarium equipped with advanced projectors and other tools that narrate facts about the stars and planets. A cutting-edge Spitz star projector will replicate the sky with the moon, planets and sun as they appear amidst the glistening stars on the domed roof.
The Old Fort Pierce City Hall is a historic structure. Elegant in its design that amalgamates the Mediterranean Revival Style and the Italian Renaissance Revival, this buildingis still well preserved. Built in 1925, it was added to the National Register of Historic Places.
Vero Beach Fine Art Reproductions believes in preserving art pieces with giclee- digital printing art and does so wonderfully. For artists with limited means to produce more quantity, this is the place to go to. Fine artwork is printed on high quality canvas or photo medias and the size will never be an issue, even miniature prints can be done. You can find amazing pieces of art on a ceramic mug and your very own table adorned with a painting you had done long time back. The brilliant graphic designing and printing has made this a local favorite for glicee reproduction.