FORT PIERCE INLET Manger’s Message_- Winter 2018

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Winter's View

If you have made a resolution to have a healthier lifestyle, ring in the New Year at Fort Pierce Inlet State Park. Welcome the New Year with your friends and family by getting outside to exercise and reconnect with nature. Take a walk on our beautiful nature trails, stroll along the beach in the fresh salt air, or enjoy a bike ride on our paved bicycle path.

Celebrate the New Year by discovering some of Fort Pierce Inlet State Park history and learn about the wreck of the Spanish Plate fleet in 1715 that gave us the nickname of “The Treasure Coast.” Find out why the inlet side of the park is called “Dynamite Point” and what that name has to do with the Navy Seals. Come to Fort Pierce Inlet State Park and learn about the history of our beautiful state.

Florida Department of Environmental Protection’s Fort Pierce Inlet State Park and the Conservation Alliance of Saint Lucie County present the 24th Annual Treasure Coast Party in the Park - Celebrating YOUR Real Florida! - at Fort Pierce Inlet State Park on Saturday, February 10, 2018. This is a FREE Eco-Festival.

See Parks Events for more information.