Port St Lucie Florida Metro

Port St Lucie Florida Metropolitan Statistical Area (MSA) is located in the Central East area of Florida and consists of St. Lucie County and Martin County Florida and the cities they contain.

Port St. Lucie Metro area stretches along Florida's Treasure Coast, which includes some of the most beautiful beaches in Florida. Jensen Beach, Hutchinson Island, and Fort Pierce Inlet State Park are popular coastal destinations for beachgoers.

Largest Cities in the Port St. Lucie Florida Metro Region include: Stuart, Palm City, Hobe Sound, Indiantown, Port Salerno, Jensen Beach, Fort Pierce, Lakewood Park, Port St. Lucie

Port St. Lucie is the largest city in St. Lucie County and serves as the main center of the metro area. It is known for its affordable housing, planned communities, and a wide range of recreational opportunities. The city has experienced significant growth in recent years and offers amenities such as shopping centers, restaurants, and golf courses.

The St. Lucie River runs through the Port St. Lucie area, providing opportunities for boating, kayaking, and fishing. The river is also a picturesque backdrop for waterfront dining and scenic boat tours.
The metro area offers numerous parks, nature preserves, and recreational facilities. The Savannas Preserve State Park, located in Fort Pierce, provides opportunities for hiking, wildlife viewing, and canoeing. Additionally, the Port St. Lucie Botanical Gardens offer a serene setting to explore a variety of plant species.