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Safe Harbor Harbortown is safeguarded by a natural mangrove breakwater, which serves to absorb storm surges and protect the shoreline from erosion. Mangroves in general play a crucial role in the coastal wetland ecosystems of the Florida Keys. They provide a safe habitat for fish, invertebrates, and a large number of bird species. You can see how mangroves function up close by visiting the beautiful Fort Pierce Inlet State Park.
Fort Pierce Inlet State Park is beautifully composed of mangrove forests, dunes, and beaches on North Hutchinson Island. Snorkeling, scuba diving, surfing, and fishing are all popular activities here and the waters are teeming with tropical sea life. Green sea turtles and loggerheads are known for nesting in the park’s dunes each spring. Hikers and bikers need only venture a mile north to explore the trails that wind through Jack Island Preserve.
When it first opened its doors in 1923, the Sunrise Theater was the largest of its kind on Florida’s east coast. A century later, it continues to be a storied destination for all things entertainment, including national Broadway shows, musical and comedy acts, ballet and opera companies with full orchestras, country stars, and classic rock icons. Sunrise is designed to be purposely intimate, only seating 1200, but providing excellent sound quality and sight lines as a result. Beautifully restored in 2006, the theater is located in the heart of downtown Fort Pierce, only 2.3 miles from the marina.
A self described “sun and fun boutique winery,” Summer Crush checks all the boxes for unique, fun, and down to earth. This family owned spot specializes in muscadine and tropical fruit wines that are typically sweet and semi-sweet. For those unfamiliar, the muscadine is a grapevine species native to the southeastern United States and was used to make the New World’s first wines, dating back to 1565 in modern day Jacksonville, Florida. Open for select hours during the week and weekend, Summer Crush offers tastings, vineyard tours, and regular live music events. You can pick up snacks to go along with your tasting, or bring a picnic of your own. (Unless there is a live event, which are typically catered by food trucks.) If you’re looking for laid back vibes and approachable wines, Summer Crush should be at the top of your list.
The only museum of its kind designated solely to honoring the contributions and history of the United States Navy SEALs. Located on the original training grounds of the Frogmen, the SEALs’ diving predecessors, the museum exists to educate the public through interactive exhibits and to memorialize the fallen heroes. Visitors can see if they have what it takes to be a SEAL by going through the obstacle course that every cadet is required to master.