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Pepper Park Beach

  • 3302 North Highway A1A, Fort Pierce

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About Pepper Park Beach

Pepper Park Beach is a 52-acre park in Fort Pierce that is popular for snorkelers, beachgoers, and divers, as there are several shallow reefs less than 100 yards off the beach.

Named for the late U.S. Senator, Claude Pepper, the beach park is also the site of Florida’s first underwater archaeological preserve – the Urca de Lima – which is about 20 feet under the water’s surface.

The underwater archaeological preserve was created in the 1980s to provide the public with access to the remains of the 1715 Treasure Fleet ship. The park is bordered by Avalon State Park to the north and Fort Pierce Inlet State Park to the south. Lifeguards are usually on duty at Pepper Park Beach.

Pepper Park Beach Amenities

  • Basketball Courts
  • Beach Access
  • Bike Parking
  • Kid Friendly
  • Outdoor Seating
  • Parking Available
  • Pets Allowed
  • Pickleball Courts
  • Picnic Areas
  • Restrooms (Public)
  • Showers

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