Fort Pierce Inlet State Park


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Fort Pierce Inlet State Park


Location:4 miles east of Fort Pierce, via North Causeway.
Facilities:Camping area (primitive) for organized youth groups, covered pavilions, trails, beach, showers, restrooms, playground.
Activities:Youth group camping, canoeing, saltwater fishing, swimming, surfing, snorkeling, scuba diving, shelling, hiking, bicycling, birding.
Special Features:Located on the north shore of Fort Pierce Inlet, this park features Atlantic beach, dunes, and coastal hammock. Dynamite Point, which was a training site for Navy Frogmen during World War II, is a haven for birdwatchers. Jack Island Preserve, located 1.5 miles north of the park, has trails for hiking, biking, and nature study.
Address:905 Shorewinds Dr
Fort Pierce, FL 34949

Phone:772-468-3985
Web: www.floridastateparks.org/fortpierceinlet
Size: 812 acres land; 329 acres water. Includes Jack Island.

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Since we're covering state parks this month, here's a goody in Southeast Florida: Fort Pierce Inlet State Park.
But according to Kadri Benton at White's Tackle Shop in Fort Pierce, Fort Pierce Inlet State Park is a dynamite place for snook, tarpon and more during the mullet runs.
Fort Pierce Inlet State Park, (772) 468-3985, on the north side of the inlet, offers beach, jetty and inshore fishing all within a short walk of each other.

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