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Pepper Beach Park

Pepper Beach Park

 

Pepper Beach Park

3302 North SR A1A, Fort Pierce, FL 34949

Fort Pierce, Fl (treasurecoast.com) – This 52-acre beach is a popular spot for snorkelers and divers, as there are several shallow reefs less than 100 yards off the beach.

Beach Access
Great Snorkel Spot
Lifeguards
Sports
Grills
Playground
Restrooms
Pavilions
Named for the late U. S. Senator from Florida, Claude Pepper. This beach park is a popular location for snorkelers and divers. There are several shallow nearshore reefs located less than 100 yards off the beach. It’s also the site of the state’s first underwater archeological preserve, the Urca de Lima, which is located in about 20 feet of water. Rentals: pavilions.

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 on duty.

Onsite amenities include sports fields, picnic tables, restrooms, playground and pavilions with grills. For more information about use/rentals, please call 772-462-2110. Fishing regulations/licenses may apply.

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