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On the Treasure Coast there is an abundance of quality beaches to visit. The Treasure coast has an extraordinary 70 mile beach waterfront year-round and over 40 public beach parks. Visitors to the Treasure Coast are always impressed with the beauty of the beaches and relaxing atmosphere.

When it comes to parks, the Treasure Coast has an abundance of recreation areas and state parks. The Treasure Coast provides full-service ball parks, shuffleboard, racquetball, tennis courts, fishing holes for fresh and salt water fishing, numerous boat ramps to launch your personal craft for a day of fun on the water, or a river cruise at a local marina, bicycle paths that connect areas of the county, and scuba diving on offshore natural and artificial reefs.

Among the parks, we have the Savannas Recreation Area, St. Lucie Inlet Preserve State Park, Stuart Causeway Park, and Jonathan Dickinson State Park at the northern end of Jupiter Island.