South Hutchinson Island host a multitude of architecture. Ranging in style from charming beach homes to modern ranch styles. You even have your choice of new Florida flare, Mediterranean or even the traditional Southern style of “old Florida” homes. Imagine 48 square miles of a casual relaxing atmosphere that welcomes people from all walks of life. A family favorite South Hutchinson Island is located between the Atlantic Ocean and the Indian River Lagoon. The real estate heaven of St. Lucie County South Hutchinson resides in what is known as the Treasure Coast. A population of approximately 5,200 and with temperatures throughout the year ranging from 64 to 82 degrees you can have the pleasure of enjoying the Sunshine state all year round!
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Bike Night Every Thursday Night. Food, music, shopping, and motorcycles. Free event. Farmer’s Market Every Saturday from 8am to 12pm at the Fort Pierce Farmers Market, downtown Fort Pierce at the east end of Orange Avenue in Fort Pierce. Breakfast and music is available, rain or shine.
Classic Car Show 6 pm to 9 pm - Last Friday of each month. In the streets throughout historic downtown Fort Pierce. Classic cars line the streets for viewing – live music entertainment. Beaches & Parks: Hutchinson Island enjoy the rewards of having 23 miles of beaches as your backyard.
Jaycee Park on Melaleuca Drive off S. Ocean Drive, fronts the Indian River Lagoon. It is guarded in the summer, offers boat ramps, a giant playground and covered picnic areas with grills. Enjoy volleyball, tennis, and basketball. Showers and restrooms are on-site. Waveland Beach at 10350 South A1A on South Hutchinson Island is guarded all year long. Several other parks and public beach access areas can be found along South A1A. Take a drive and check them all out.
Frederick Douglass Memorial Park at 3800 South Ocean Drive allows horseback riding on the beach. For riding permits, contact the Tourism Office at 800-344-8443. If you do not have a horse, make reservations with the county’s riding partners ‘Tours on Horseback.’ The Manatee Observation and Education Center 480 North Indian River Drive, Fort Pierce, FL Manatees can be viewed at the Center year-round. Stand along the covered observation walkway or climb the second story observation tower to see these are wild, not captive manatees. Outside the Center, you will see a variety of wildlife including Bottlenose Dolphin, Mullet, Brown Pelicans, and Terns.
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