Top 10 Things to Do in Port St. Lucie, FL
From Spring Training to Sport Fishing
Make the most of your trip to Florida’s most beautiful beachfront community by enjoying all of the Port St. Lucie attractions within minutes of our hotel. From championship golf to exciting watersports along the beach to world-class shopping and dining, Port St. Lucie has it all.
Top 10 Things to Do in Port St. Lucie
The PGA Village
Ranked among the 75 best golf resorts by Golf Digest, the PGA Village includes 54 holes of championship course, designed by Tom Fazio and Pete Dye. Each of the three 18-hole courses offers a different set of challenges, and other onsite features include a fine dining room, grill, golf shop, swimming pool, spa, tennis courts and 35-acre PGA Learning Center.
No matter if you are looking for an exciting outing or a relaxing day on the water, Port St. Lucie offers a variety of ways to enjoy the ocean. With multiple yacht clubs, marinas and boat rental locations located nearby, the town provides a perfect launching point for sailing, scuba diving, surfing, canoeing, kayaking and other kinds of boating.
Deep Sea Fishing
Port St. Lucie is one of the Atlantic Coast’s top fishing destinations, with a world-renowned natural supply of game fish. Anglers off the Florida coast routinely reel in Grouper, Red Drum, Snook, and other species.
US Sailing Center
The US Sailing Center of Martin County, located just a few miles east of our hotel, is a community sailing center, offering recreational and competitive sailing, as well as instruction and training. The center routinely hosts events, regattas and other races.
St. Lucie County Fairgrounds
This facility – one of the most versatile in the region – is spread across 250 acres just outside of Port St. Lucie. You can visit the park to enjoy golf, horseback riding, tennis, swimming, an aquarium, a skate park, camping and kayaking.
New York Mets Spring Training Facility
Port St. Lucie is a great place to catch a professional baseball game each March. The New York Mets spring training facility is located in the town, hosting a few weeks’ worth of games each year between the Mets and their Grapefruit League competitors. Catching a spring training game is one of the easiest and most cost-effective ways to see a baseball game.
Enjoy the great outdoors during your stay in Port St. Lucie. The area offers a wide range of exciting ways to get out, about and active. Enjoy a day of turtle or bird watching; hike or take a horseback ride on a nearby trail; or try for a manatee sighting in the clear waters just off the Florida coast.
This entertainment center promises fun for the whole family, offering 70,000 square feet of state-of-the-art playground space, 48 computerized bowling lanes, miniature golf, laser tag, batting cages and arcade games. Superplay is an ideal destination for allowing the kids to blow off a bit of steam.
Located in the heart of historic Downtown Port St. Lucie, this state-of-the-art venue offers unobstructed stage views from each of its 1,200 seats, hosting national touring musicians, dance troupes, orchestras and more. The theatre, just steps from the Indian River Lagoon, also has more than 40,000 square feet of event space for performances, conferences, lectures and meetings.
The National Navy UDT-SEAL Museum
The only museum in the word dedicated solely to the elite warriors of America’s Naval Special Warfare unit. Explore the history of this legendary group of soldiers, check out the highly advanced equipment up close and personal, and learn more about the life of a SEAL with an array of historic and interactive exhibits.