Port St. Lucie has close to 172,000 people. Explore the city with a bus charter in Port St. Lucie, Florida.
A bus charter in Port St. Lucie, Florida can take you to see its many attractions and landmarks.
Arts & Culture. Check out the Civic Center Art Gallery, where you can view a new exhibit every other month.
There are also several annual events and festivals that happen here, particularly at the amphitheater of the Martin Health System Village Square and the Civic Center. Be sure to check out the city's celebrations for St. Patrick's Day, Martin Luther King Day, Oktoberfest, the Fourth of July, the Annual Bonfire and Hayride, the Holiday Festival of Lights, and the Fall Festival.
Restaurants & Shopping. When it comes to shopping, you should go to the weekly Green Market, the plant sales at the botanical garden, and the different art shows. Then check out Tradition Square, a retail center with several stores such as Babies R Us, Michael's Crafts, and Town Jewelers. And of course, you could easily fall in love with the merchandise you will find at the many locally owned shops scattered throughout the city.
Try the best restaurants in the city, including Fernando's Dockside Grille, Redfish Rick's, Milk 'N Things, the Pizza House, T&S Island Jerk, Indian River Burger Co., Enoteca Pizza, Carrabba's, Latin Flavor Grill, and Duffy's Sports Grill of St. Lucie West.
Golf Courses & Sports Venues. If you are a fan of the New York Mets, you can watch them train and play at Tradition Field. This is also the home of the St. Lucie Mets.
You can also check out the PGA Golf Club in PGA Village and play at any of the three award-winning courses: the Ryder Course, Dye Course, and the Wanamaker Course. There are other equally fine golf courses in the city, including the Tesoro Club, the PGA Country Club, Nicholas Golf Club, Club Med Sandpiper, the Saints At Port St Lucie Golf Course, Santa Lucia River Club, the Legacy Golf & Tennis Club, Spanish Lakes Golf Village, Spanish Lakes I, St. James Golf Club, and Savanna Golf Club. And for wrestling fans, there are several events at the Civic Center where you could watch Championship Wrestling Entertainment shows.
Outdoor Activities. Go on the Woodstork Trail at Hillmoor Lake Park, where you could fish at one of the two fishing decks, or go biking and hiking. Or head out to Oak Hammock Park, which features a boat ramp, a large picnic pavilion, a fenced play area, fishing piers, hiking and biking trails, and a butterfly garden. You can also hike and enjoy the nature trail at the Mariposa Cane Slough Preserve.
There's also the Oxbow Eco-Center, which operates as an environmental learning center. It has 225 acres of space and you can learn more about the river and the forest here. There is an exhibit hall and discovery room where you can touch, hear, see, and feel the displays.
There are also a lot of recreational opportunities at the Savannas Preserve State Park. You could visit the Environmental Education Center, have a picnic, or go kayaking, fishing and canoeing. There are also multi-purpose trails for bicycling, horseback riding, and hiking.
Other great outdoor spaces that you could visit in the city include: Veterans Memorial Park, Veterans Park at Rivergate, Port St. Lucie Botanical Gardens, and Spruce Bluff Preserve.