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Adventurous boaters should explore the islands
speckled along the edges of the channel in the
INDIAN RIVER LAGOON/INTRACOASTAL WATERWAY.
Many islands have amenities such as picnic tables, grills
and even a few rope swings for the brave adventurers.
Overnight campouts under the stars are popular on the islands.
DOCK N’ DINE OR COOK YOUR CATCH
After an exciting day out on the water, many waterfront
restaurants offer public boat slips so boaters can access delicious
restaurants via their private vessel. Some restaurants even offer
“cook your catch” where you can bring your catch of the day
and the chef will prepare it for you. Or just enjoy the relaxing
ambiance of docking & dining. Places to Dock ‘n’ Dine include:
On the Edge Bar & Grill, Fort Pierce
Cobb’s Landing, Fort Pierce
Little Jim Bait & Tackle, Fort Pierce
Crabby’s Dockside, Fort Pierce
12A Buoy, Fort Pierce
Skippers Cove, Fort Pierce
Love to dive? St. Lucie’s natural and artificial reefs range from
just a few dozen yards off shore to several miles off shore. The
reef systems entice avid divers, snorkelers, and spearfishing
enthusiasts. The area’s artificial reefs range from 40 to about 250
feet making it accessible for scuba and experienced free divers.
STUNNING WATERFRONT ACCOMMODATIONS
Whether you plan to stay on your boat overnight or would
prefer shore side accommodations, check pages 38-39 and view
the listings marked with a ( ) to see where you can tie up
for the evening with a place to stay.
Check out the live webcams
capturing views of beautiful
waterscapes, the boating
conditions, or the boating
activities happening at
Go to VisitStLucie.com/liveweb
cams for a sneak peek.