St Lucie County

St. Lucie County is located in Central East Florida bordering the Atlantic Ocean. It was established in 1905 from the southern part of Brevard County (which at one time had been named St. Lucie County). 

St Lucie County Florida Image Map
Population - 2000
192,695
Population - 2010
277,789
Population - 2015 Est
287,749
Land Area (sq mi)
572
Water Area (sq mi)
116
Total Area (sq mi)
688

Avalon State Park is a mile long secluded and undeveloped beach just waiting for your arrival. The beach and dune habitats are home to many rare Florida species, including many species of sea turtles that use the non populated beach as a nesting place during the spring and summer months. Come prepared to enjoy a day of swimming, snorkeling, or fishing on the beach, or simply come and relax under the sun. 

St. Lucie County has authority over 38 schools including several virtual schools.

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Hometown News St. Lucie focuses on the the people, places and events that make living and working in St. Lucie County so unique, and includes business news, crime updates, entertainment stories and other information visitors and residents use to stay informed. Offers two different weekly editions for St. Lucie County, the Fort Pierce edition and the Port St. Lucie edition.

The Manatee Observation and Education Center is a waterfront environmental education and wildlife viewing center located on Florida's east coast in beautiful downtown Fort Pierce. Offering education programs to teach and educate about our beloved Manatees with hands-on exhibits, events, an observation walkway and tower and boat tours.

 

Palm Pointe is an educational research school with a unique partnership between FAU/SLCSD. We will provide all students opportunities to reach their full potential, through utilizing research, developing challenging and relevant work, establishing school, home and community partners.

St. Lucie is a highly unique County that wears its rich resources right on its short sleeves. Take a horseback ride on the beach, head to Fairwinds for 9 holes, and visit the Savannas recreation area for a few tastes of St. Lucie County’s many options. 

Founded in 1970, St. Andrew’s Episcopal Academy is a nationally accredited college preparatory Pre-K through 12 school located in historic downtown Ft. Pierce with a rich tradition of academic success.

The St. Lucie County Public Library System has 6 branches in Fort Pierce, Hurston, Lakewood Park, Morningside, Port St. Lucie, and St. Lucie West on the Pruitt Campus of Indian River State College.

Summer Crush Vineyard & Winery is the original sun and surf winery in Florida. They make speciality sweet wines such as mango, and are best known for muscadine wine.

Summer Crush Vineyard & Winery

The Sunrise Theatre is a theater located in historic downtown Fort Pierce. It hosts touring Broadway shows, musicians, comedians, dance companies, and many other kinds of performing arts.

Think Greek is a family owned and operated street food truck. They pride themselves in serving authentic and tasty Greek food in Miami, Florida.

Sandwich

TC Palm is part of the USA today Network covering Indian River County, St. Lucie County and Martin County.