Diving and Snorkeling at St. Lucie Inlet

Diving and Snorkeling

As home to the northernmost extent of Florida's Coral Reef, St. Lucie Inlet Preserve State Park offers excellent diving and snorkeling opportunities.

Florida's Coral Reef is located approximately a half-mile off shore and ranges from depths of five to 35 feet. The majority of the reef is made up of worm rock, but there are also many areas with live corals present.

Once in the water, visitors can expect to see a wide variety of Caribbean fish species such as angelfish, hogfish, snook and snapper.  

Bring your underwater camera so you can capture pictures of nurse sharks, barracuda and sea turtles that all frequent the reef.

One thing is for sure, you never know what you will come across once you get in the water and start looking around. There is something new to see every time!