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Sleeps 180
Bedrooms 75
Baths 75
   
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As one of the oldest communities on the east coast of Florida, Fort Pierce has borne witness to the changing tides of history - as well as the changing tides of the Atlantic Ocean - for over 104 years. The days of one-room log houses and quiet river commerce has given way to diverse possibilities as the city has grown to over 39,000 residents, but the echoes of the rural past can still be felt in the peaceful quality of the lives our residents lead just a short distance from the hustle and bustle of both West Palm Beach and Orlando. Ours is a diverse yet neighborly community, embracing both the richness of our heritage and the promise of the future in St. Lucie County Downtown, within sight of the timeless waters of the Indian River Lagoon, affords our residents contemporary shopping, dining and a range of entertainment and activities.

Modern educational and research facilities, like top-ranked Indian River Community College, the $6 million Smithsonian Institute Research Center, the Manatee Observation and Education Center and Harbor Branch Oceanographic Institute, live in harmony with the completely renovated 1925 City Hall and the current restoration of the historic, 1,200 seat Sunrise Theatre, which will serve as a regional performing arts center.

A visit to St. Lucie County is a window to Florida's past. Ft. Pierce, the county seat, was the center of the town's activity and gathering place for the early settlers. Spruce Bluff, in Port St. Lucie, where the first known inhabitants settled is the site of an Ais Indian burial ground.

In the western part of the county one can find citrus groves and cattle ranches dominating the landscape. St. Lucie County and its Atlantic coastline provide visitors an opportunity to experience Florida natural and wild, as it used to be.

The St. Lucie County Historical Museum Devoted to local history, exhibits feature Seminole Indian encampments. The Galleon Room houses replicas of gold and silver coins, clay pottery and pewter household items from the wrecked ships of the 1715 Spanish Treasure Fleet. A restored 1919 fire engine and antique engines are exhibited in the Fire House. Visit a 1907 settler's home and a general store, as well as photo collections and displays. Located at 414 Seaway Dr., Ft. Pierce.

Downtown Main Street - Fort Pierce Where historical downtown blends an ambiance of old and new. Stroll among restored turn-of-the-century buildings. Enjoy the waterfront and the beautiful Ft. Pierce City Marina. Explore quaint shops, art galleries, and a fine selection of restaurants on and off the water.
  • Refrigerator Microwave
  • Coffee Maker High Speed Internet
  • Cable/Satellite TV Air Conditioning
  • Iron & Ironing Board Hair Dryer

Free Local Calls, Free Newspaper Mon-Fri, Bus Parking, Guest Use Copy Machine, Guest Use Fax Machine, Computer Hook-up, In-Room Coffee Maker, In-Room Desk, Free Coffee, Free Continental Breakfast, Truck Parking, Valet Cleaning Service, Phone for Hearing Impaired, Voice Mail.

  • Fishing Boating
  • Tennis Golf
  • Basketball

Barber Shop (4.0m/6.4km), Basketball (3.0m/4.8km), Beauty Shop (2.0m/3.2km), Boating (6.0m/9.7km), Golf Course (6.0m/9.7km), Currency Exchange (2.0m/3.2km), Fishing (6.0m/9.7km), Fitness Center (2.0m/3.2km), Jai Alai (1.0m/1.6km), Lake (25.0m/40.2km), Public Baseball Field (3.0m/4.8km), Movie Theater (5.0m/8.0km), Public Beach (6.0m/9.7km), Pet Kennel (5.0m/8.0km), Video Tape Rental (5.0m/8.0km), Picnic Area (6.0m/9.7km).

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