Fort Pierce is a small city on the coast of the Florida treasure. The old fort along the river in India is generally called 'Fort'.
Fort Pierce is the oldest embedded city in St. Lucie County, a downtown area that extends to Hutchinson Island and is close to the Indian Lagoon and the coast of the Atlantic Ocean, and there are famous celebrities who visit the Sunrise Theater every summer. The population of Foot Pierce was 43,601 in a U.S. census in 2013. Fort Pierce is also part of the Tokyo metropolitan area of St. Lucie Harbor and the Treasure Coast occupies nearly 600,000 people.
Fort Pierce is a small railway city along the east coast of Florida, and is located at a mid-size railway yard along the east coast of Florida, including roads to Miami, Jacksonville and South Central Florida Express.
The FP is being modernized, but is steadily progressing. The downtown area is considered to be a hot spot in the city, with its commercial flourishing, wonderful buildings in the Spanish colony, celebrities performing at the Sunrise Theater and a wonderful Christmas exhibition in Avenue A and Orange every year. There are many interesting shops on the main streets of Marina, Orange and Avenue D. Fort Pierce is also a university town with a primary campus and public safety training facility at India River State University.
Like many cities, Fort Pierce is also home to many major highways. The major highways are turnpikes in I-95, US-1 and Florida.
In Interstate 95, you can access Fort Piercing in the following ways:
- Midway Road 126 exit. Going west, you will reach the Oke EchoBy Road. This road is called State Road 70, which local people say. Going east, you will find the coast.
- Okemachi Hyoe Road at exit 129. There are many hotels and fast-food stores nearby. Going west, he goes to Okeechobee, and then to Braden. When you go east, you're near the center of downtown.
- Exit 131 of Orange Street. When you go west, you'll be taken to the "rural" area of a city with lots of ranches. Going east, you go downtown.
- Exit 138 of the Indian Road. There is a service to the east of the exit.
You can access Fort Pierce in the Florida turnpike in the following ways:
- SR 70 exit 152 or Okeechobee Road.
One of the features of the Okemachi Bee Road Area, from I-95 to the turnpike, is that the two highways are supposed to be crossing within a mile range. From the hotel to the restaurant, the State Road 70 corridor has a wealth of business. The business along the State Road 70 is not just on the crossroads, but also along the US-1.
US-1 and A1A pass through the downtown center, and A1A is almost the same as US-1. A1A runs along the Kanryu Island on the east coast from Miami to the Jacksonville region. The local name of A1A at the Hutchinson Shimaminami intersection to US-1 is "Seaway Drive".
Fort Pierce is the home of the local airport, St. Lucie County International. There are no commercial flights here, so you can buy airplanes and fly around.
- 1 Treasure Coast International Airport (FPR IATA St. Lucie County International Airport), 3000 Curtis King Blvd, +1 772-462-1732. The only airport used in the county. There's no business yet, so bring your plane.
The following options are best for commercial flights:
- The Orlando International Airport (MCO IATA), which is located outside the area, is used to get into the area and is used for almost every city in the world.
- Melbourne International Airport (MLB IATA) works at Dulles Atlanta, Charlotte, and Washington DC airports.
- Palm Beach International Airport (PBI IATA), which works at the major airport from Boston to Dallas.
There is a lot of talk and debate about the Florida East Coast Railway and Amtrak providing stations to passengers in the Port St. Lucie District, probably Fort Pierce. If the plan is accepted, the company will be on the Florida East Coast Railway's tramway after the mid-1900s before the wheels of passenger trains ring. Also, the high speed railway business from Miami to Orlando has been in dispute at West Palm Beach station. A station can be installed and housed in the PSL area. The plan is to rebuild passenger lines from Martin County to the northern part of Brevard County to reconnect the Treasure Coast and the Space Coast to other parts of the country. The nearest stations are Oke-cho and West Palm Beach.
- West Palm Beach, South Tamarind Abe, 209, West Palm Beach. There are two different routes between the ticket office and the waiting room!
- Hyoe OKEMACHI, 801 Kita Parotonami, Hyoe OKEMACHI. There is no ticket office just at the stop of the platform station.
- Two Greyhound Lines (bus station) 7150 Okemachi Bee Rd (I-95/Florida Turnpike Junction, north of Odo and Okemachi Bee Road) 1775461-3229, Toll-free: +1 800 231-222222. M-Sa 7:30AM~6:30PM, Su 7:30AM~3:15PM. The train also stops at Seru Station on the SW St. Lucie West Road in 1795 and at Snocogas Station on Velo Beach on the 20th of 8418. The gas station doesn't sell tickets.
- 3 Jet Set Express (bus stop) Port St. Louis Fort Pierce Service Plaza (MM 144 Object Florida Turnpike),☏+1 407 649-4994. The site opens 24x7. Miami Midade -
- 4 Red Coach (bus stop) Port St. Lucie - Fort Pierce Service Plaza (Florida Turnpike (MM 144, North of Cross Town Pkwy Jct),☏+1 321 604-7188, Toll-Free: +1 877-733-072424 The site opens 24 hours 365 days.
In Fort Pierce, the road is the easiest way. The main road is to the expressway, and downtown Fort Pierce is always busy, but you can see Spanish-style buildings when you cross downtown.
The cities of Fort Pierce, Port St. Lucie, Jensen Beach and Belo Beach are operated by bus via the Treasure Coast Connector. The service extends from Vero Beach's 43rd Street SW to Avenue D of Fort Pierce and from St. Lucie West of Port St. Lucie to Treasure Coast Square Mall of Jensen Beach via the north route.
- Route 1 goes from the Tako Coast Square Mall at Jensen Beach via Port Centrsea to the City Hospital, the City Center, and the Prima Vista Crossing shopping Center and ends with Fort Pierce of an intermodal transportation facility.
- Route 2 loops from Intermodal Facility to airport and Taylor Creek Commons.
- Route 3 arrives at the intermodal facility through Fort Pierce, south of Okechobe Street.
- Route 7 is a loop route from an intermodal facility through Lakewood Park to Velo Beach and Taylor Creek Commons via No. 25 and King's Highway.
- Route 8 runs along No. 25 and Airoso Blvd. from an intermodal facility to the Port St. Lucie Community Center.
The Fort Pierce has only one point of movement: The transfer of Indian River County, Avenue D's intermodal facility at Passageways 1, 2, 3 and 7, is made at Route 3 IRSC and Route 7 SOUTH Point Plaza.
Fort Pierce is a city built on the water, and it is no accident that using boats is one of the easiest ways to get around the city. Although Fort Pierce may not have many navigable canals like the neighboring Port St. Lucie, most of Fort Pierce are waterways. The city border extends to the Atlantic. The downtown area is centered on the waterside, and many restaurants and businesses are located on the water.
- Fort Pierce City Marina, 1 Ma☏ Linaway, +1 772 464-1245. Fort Pierce's No. 1 Marina.
- The 1 Arcade Building, formerly the largest commercial building in the city, accounted for most of the city's redevelopment and renovation of downtown areas.
- 2 Avalon State Park, State Road A1A North, North Hutchinson Island (four miles north of Fort Pierce Inlet State Park, via Expressway A1A and North Causeway),☏+1-772 468-4007. From 8:00 in the morning to sunset. two dollars.
- 3 Boston House, 239 S. Dr. Indokawa Neo Classic and Georgian architecture were curiously mixed.
- 4 Fort Pierce Inlet State Park, 905 Shawl Winds (four miles east from Fort Pierce via North Causeway), ☏+1-772 468-3985, from 8:00 a.m. to sunset. A popular fishing ground, the home of the original Treasure Coast ramrunner of the notorious Jetty Lounge. six dollars.
-  Heath Court Botanical Garden, 210 Savannah Rd, +1 772 464-4672 (as of August 1, 1999).
- Port Branch Oceanographic Institute
- Manatee Observation and Education Center 480 N India River Drive, +1 772 466-1600 Closed Monday; Here are the moneys at Manatee Center and the fragile ecosystems on the Treasure Coast. $1.
- 6 Navy UDT Sealing Hall, A1A N Expressway 3300N, +1 772 595-5845. Tue-Sat: 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. The sun: 12:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m., and the holidays are July 4, the eve of Christmas, the night before the New Year and the day. The Naval Seal Museum exhibits Shields' history and Scuba adventures for the brave. Adults (over 13 years old): $10; Children (6-12):$5;Children under 6 are free.
- 7th Fort Park: Doctor of Indogawa in the 800s
- 8 Old Fort Pierce City Hall, 315 Avenue A.
You can row a boat at the Fort Pierce Cove and walk along the coast to catch sunburn. The historic downtown area has a magnificent "Spanish Colonial Restoration" building, where you can perform at the Sunrise Theater in downtown areas.
- 1 St. Lucie County Aquarium (Smithsonian Ocean Ecological Exhibition, 420 Sea Way Drive, ☏1 772-462-3474). Tooth - Sat: 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m., Sun: 12:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. Visitors can explore the marine habitat of six different Florida to learn about the complexity and importance of the marine ecosystem. The largest aquarium is a model of a coral reef in the Caribbean. Other exhibits include seaweed, mangroves, estuaries, living models of coastal habitats, and aokran reefs in the deep sea. There are a few small aquarium exhibits and a touch tank to meet the local marine creatures. We will take the Frenzy Tour at 10:30 a.m. every day and the Snack Time Tour at 2:30 p.m. A behind-the-scenes tour is held at 2 p.m. on Saturday. $3-4.
- 2 Sunrise Theater 117 South Second Street (US-1 to Citrus Avenue, crossing the bridge and crossing the third exit of the Roundabout)772 461-4884) The Mediterranean Revival Theater has many big names, including Ringo Star and Pat Benatar. If you plan to participate in shows such as comedy, jazz, rock and so on, you can buy tickets at the entertainment company.
- 3A.E. Backsgallery and Museum (500 N Indian River Drive, 1 772 465-0630) Water-Soil:10 to 4;Sun:12 to 4 This museum houses the greatest paintings of A. There are two: E.Beanie Backus and Florida Highwaymen.
- Pineapple Playhouse, 700W.Weatherby Road, 772 465-0366. Thu-Sat: 8 p.m., 2 p.m. Sunday. a Macine, Founded in 1973, the St. Lucie Community Theater performed throughout the county until it settled into the Pineapple Playhouse on the border between Fort Pierce and Port St. Lucie. Every year from September to May, many plays are on the stage, so you buy tickets and get a chance. 18 dollars for adults, 10 dollars for students, and 15 dollars for each group ticket.
In addition to fishing, Fort Pierce's shopping economy is called a commercial "Big Wig" in retail, and many small and medium-sized companies also have a lot of big-name stocks. It gives us the right tools to enjoy the greatest activities on the Treasure Coast, not the things we've had.
- Downtown Galeria, 100S 2nd street, 772 801-5729. a small shopping mall in a historic downtown area
- The bale is a common shop in Florida, and the only bale limited to the city is at Sabal Palm Plaza. The veil has a big name for fashion and clothing and is mainly sold in South Florida.
Once the downtown Arcade Building was the largest commercial building in St. Lucie County. There are few shops in the arcade. However, it is being revived in small restaurants and boutiques, and there are many rental spaces.
- 1 12A buoy, 22 fisherman wharf☏, +1 772 672-4524. 11:00 a.m. - 10:00 p.m., closed on Tuesday. The local seafood restaurant "12A Bui" is a popular restaurant among residents and visitors. Have a Lobster McCann cheese, a fine key lime pie, tuna and skallops dinner. Sit near the riverbank and enjoy the pure Florida seafood.
- Cobb's Landing 200 N Indian River Drive (downtown) was developed. Sun-Thu: 11:00 a.m. - 10:00 p.m. Friday: 11:00 a.m. to 11:00 p.m. A local favorite place to eat. You can drink a drink in a Mojtobar and the best drink is pineapple Mojit.
- 2 Harricane Grill and Wings, 2017 Seaway Drive (easy access from the United States1), ☏ 772 467-9464. 11:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m. Hurricane Grille and Wings are state-run chains created in the Treasure Coast in Fort Pierce. The wings were served with a lot of favorite sauce. There are also many dishes on which various flavors are served.
- [2nd Street Bistro Tap House and Eattery] (122 N 2nd Street) , +1 772 293 9191 , [email protected]). The museum opens from 11:00 a.m. to 11:00 p.m. The 1929 historic building features an abundance of antiquity, with 50 local ingredients and craft beer on its outdoor deck and bar. a fresh local dish made every day I have lunch and dinner every day and open the kitchen late on Friday and Saturday. On Saturdays and Sundays, at 10:00 a.m., Brady Mary Bar and Bottless Mimozas open with branches.
- 3 Joy's Ice Cream Plus, 4959 US-1 (in Town South Plaza of US-1),☏+1 772 461-5544. Mon-Thu: 11 am-9 pm; Gold and Saturday: 11:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m.; Sunday 12:00-9:00 p.m. A local favorite ice cream shop.
- Boozgeois Saloon, 720 US1, +1 772 466-4255. You can drink any kind of sake very well at this cocktail bar or at the sake shop. A small business was thought to be a favorite of the locals.
- Archeese Sea Breeze, 401 South Ocean Drive, ☏ 772 460-3888. Su-Th: 11 a.m. to 9 p.m.; F Sa: 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. Grill and bar on Hutchinson Island.
Most of Fort Pierce's hotels are located at the "intersection" of the named city because the turnpike and the I-95 are located close to it. If the plan asks for that, it gives you the opportunity to change the expressway while traveling.
- 1 Fairfield Inn & Suites 6502 Metal Drive, +1 772-462-2900.Check in: 3 pm Check out: 12 pm Check out. Microwave, work desk, free Internet, flat-screen TV rooms and suites. Customers can use free parking lots, free breakfast, swimming pools and fitness centers. $85 per night.
- 2 Motel 6, 2500 Peters Road (near Interstate 95), ☏+1 772 461-9937 Check In: 3 p.m., Check Out: 12. At an affordable price, it's easy to get familiar with pets. Coin laundry, free WiFi, ADA accessible rooms, outdoor pools. $59.99/night.
- 3 Holiday Inn Express & Suites Fort Pearce West, 7151 Okechevy Road (west of I-95, east of Turnpike), ☏+1 772 464-5000. Check In: 3 p.m., Check Out: 11. The hotel provides travelers with a free indoor WiFi, a free breakfast every morning, an outdoor heating pool, and a fitness center. $110 per night.
- 4 Hampton Inn & Suites Ft. Pierce, Reynolds Dr☏+1 772 828-4100. Check In: 3 p.m., Check Out: 12. Breakfast is free every morning, outdoor temperature control pools, fitness centers and WiFi are free. No smoking in all rooms. $87 per night.
- 5 Comfort Suites, 6505 Metal Drive (I-95/east exits west from Turnpike) Turn on Crossroads Pkwy to the south), and turn on ☏+1 772 409-1420. Check In: 2 pm, Check Out: 12 pm. Part of Choice Hotels. a smokeless hotel with a hot breakfast and an outdoor pool every morning. From $80 a night.
- 6 Home Inn 7025 Okecho Beach Road (Road on the Back of McDonald's)☏+1 772 577-6237 Street. Free WiFi, Pool Heating, BBQ Area.
- 7 Hutchinson Island Plaza Hotel and Suites 1230 Sea Away Dr (Hutchinson Island) Hotel on Hutchinson Island, offering a fine view of the bay.
The area code for Fort Pierce, Port St. Lucie and the Treasure Coast is 772. There are many post offices in this area, but the POs limited to the city are located on Orange Street and Midway Street depending on where they reside.
- US Post Office, Orange Street, 1717, 5000 W Midway Road Closed Day - Friday: 8:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. Sat: 10:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. (Orange Ave location)
keep ~ safe
Fort Pierce may be an interesting city, but there are areas called "streets" and "food," which are full of crime and have been shot at least once a year. In the area, you pay attention, and in the evening, you drive up the window.
- Port St. Lucie - much bigger than Fort Pierce, the spring training center for New York Mets.
- Before moving to Belo Beach - Arizona, I started the Dodgers spring training home.
- Jensen Beach - a charming little town with easy access to the Indian River.
- Melbourne - Famous for surfing the Atlantic Ocean on the ground. One of the cities closest to the Kennedy Space Center.
- Stuart - A large boatswain on the St. Lucie River called the "World's Water Supply Capital."
- West Palm Beach - A city bustling further south. There are many local festivals and weekly events in downtown areas.
|a route through Fort Pierce|
|Daytona Beach Samao Beach←||N S||→Port Saint Lucie → West Palm Beach|
|Orlando (Orlando) Xime← Jct W E ←||N S||→Port Saint Lucie → West Palm Beach|
|Daytona Beach Samasao Beach←||N S||→Port Saint Lucie → West Palm Beach|
|Daytona Beach Samao Beach←||N S||→Jensen Beach → West Palm Beach|
|Bradenton (Bradenton) - Okechobi←||W E||→ End|