South Beach Vero Beach
Indian River County
Originally this area of IRC was part of the Spanish colony of East Florida. In 1822 it became part of St. Johns County. It subsequently became part of Mosquito County , Its portion of Mosquito County became part of newly created St. Lucia County in in 1844. St. Lucia County was renamed Brevard County in 1855. In 1905, St. Lucie County was formed from the southern portion of Brevard County. 1925 Indian River County was formed from the northern portion of St. Lucie County.
Vero Beach, an elegant city located along Florida’s Atlantic Coast, is a haven for golf, water sports and fishing. Peaceful beaches, museums, nature tours and a range of hotels make Vero Beach a terrific vacation destination and an important part of the region known as the Treasure Coast.
Indian River County is Florida’s 6th wealthiest county and one of the top 100 wealthiest in the United States. The Treasure Coast continues to attract more retiring CEO’s of fortune 500 companies than anywhere in the world. Vero Beach is one of Florida’s best kept secrets!
Wide open, sandy beaches.. Located at the end of 17th Street in Vero Beach, this beach is a favorite among the locals. Amenities include paved parking, restrooms, showers, ADA beach access, and covered pavilions. Hours are from sunrise to sunset. Lifeguards are on duty from 9:20am to 4:40pm.
Sprinkle, squish between my toes,
The smell of ocean to my nose.
I can feel each grain of sand,
It falls from air into my hand.
The shells I find along the shore,
Picked up by birds that fly and soar.
They sparkle like the ocean’s waves,
And carry sand from all the lakes.
I walk along the tip of the sea,
That’s where my feet leave prints to be.
I walk all the way to the end of the land,
The land that holds this beautiful sand.
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