The Manatee Pocket Walk is a walkable boardwalk around Manatee Pocket. It’s goal was to make the waterfront more accessible by the community. Areas of the pocket walk stretch from the Port Salerno Civic Center, through the waterfront restaurant area and around to the Pirate’s Cove Resort.
St Lucie Inlet Preserve State Park
Located at the northern end of Jupiter Island, this pristine park is accessible only by boat. Come to see the beautiful beaches and subtropical vegetation.
Maggy’s Hammock Park
3854 SE Kubin Ave
Rocky Point, Stuart, Florida
3443 SE St Lucie Blvd
Port Salerno, FL
Parking, boat ramps, picnic tables.
Twin Rivers Park
3505 S.E. Kubin Avenue
Rocky Point, Port Salerno, Florida 34997
The park opens at 7am until sunset.
Twin Rivers Park is located in the Rocky Point, adjacent to the coast.
Situated near the Port Salerno Civic Center, Manatee Park Holds the entrance to the Manatee Pocket Walk.
Cove Road Park
Situated at the eastern end of Cove Road, the Cove Road Park is a perfect place to launch kayaks into the St Lucie River. From here you can boat over to the St Lucie Inlet Preserve State Park and visit an abandoned beach. There is a great view of the water and picnic tables, along with herons and egrets and a steady supply of yachts and sailboats which sail by.