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Pepper Park Beach, Fort Pierce

Stuart, FL, USA


Pepper Park Beach is a pretty beach with fine pale sand and blue-green water. A boardwalk leads you past scrubland where large turtles roam. Then you arrive at the beach where a cool breeze blows. The beach is wide open with condos in the distance. It's great for a swim or building sand castles.
There are slightly iffy restrooms and showers that don't work well, beside the parking lot.
To get to this beach you have to drive through some plain, barren parts of town. But once you cross the bridge to the island, you see some pretty sights including the Indian River and little islands in the middle of it. There are mostly elderly people at this beach, but if you bring your child, he or she will almost always find another child to play with because there are so few children that they appreciate each other! Another walkway that leads to this beach is behind the Navy Seal Museum, where there is an absolutely gorgeous little pathway through a canopy of jungle. Picture perfect with the blue-green water ahead.
If you're hungry, head to the waterfront in Fort Pierce. For a beautiful drive, enjoy the 15 miles of Indian River Dr to Jensen Beach.

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Wooden walkway to the sand.

Dunes and beach.

Wildflowers growing on the dunes.

The long stretch of beach.

Women walking along the shore.

Gorgeous walkway to beach, behind Navy Seal Museum.


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Pepper Park Beach is located at 3302 North SR A1A, Fort Pierce, Florida 34949.
Exit Highway 95 at Orange Ave and go 4 miles toward the ocean. Turn left on US Hwy 1. After 1 1/2  miles, turn right on A1A and go over the bridge. Turn left on Atlantic Beach Blvd.  The driveway to the beach parking lot will be on your right, immediately after you pass the Navy Seal Museum.
It's an ugly drive through the town of Fort Pierce to get here.
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