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Port St. Lucie Timeshare

Unlike the crowded theme parks a couple of hours away in central Florida or the big city atmosphere of south Florida just two hours south down I-95, Port Saint Lucie is a laid-back, natural, and quiet community popular with retirees and golfers. A Port St. Lucie timeshare vacation is just what you need to relax and refresh.

One of the biggest attractions here is that you'll see the natural side of Florida. The beaches are usually quiet and secluded except at the busiest times of the year, and the extensive sea oats, dunes, and trees make it look a little.... Read More

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more like how Florida looked a long time ago compared to the larger cities.

Beautiful Nature Preserves

The nature parks and river cruises up and down the Saint Lucie River are a fun excursion for both adults and children. During the winter, hundreds of manatees call the warmer waters of the coast and rivers their winter home. A Port St. Lucie timeshare is a great way to see these gentle water giants up close. The Oxbow Eco-Center offers guided nature tours along the coast, and at the Savannas Preserve State Park you can canoe, fish, and kayak along ten miles of protected wetland habitat.

While the town is known as a quiet retreat, Port St. Lucie is also a lot of fun. There are many shopping centers and restaurants to try out in the area. If you want to experience the regional nightlife the Fort Pierce Jai-Alai and Poker games are a great place to start. The beaches are also beautiful after dark if you want to take a quiet walk along the shore to watch the moonrise.

The area's main sporting attractions are golf and baseball. Port St. Lucie is home to the New York Mets Spring Training, a minor league Mets team, and numerous golf courses.

Best Time to Visit

Port Saint Lucie's busy season runs from December through March when the area fills with "snowbirds" from up north and warm weather seekers, who avoid the cold until the Spring Breakers visit in March. The numbers level off from late spring through summer, which can get both hot and muggy especially in July and August. If you are looking to avoid the crowds then you'll want to visit from September through November, when you'll enjoy dry weather, lower humidity, and fewer tourists. Visiting a Port St. Lucie timeshare in the fall can be a great idea if you want to explore the outdoor delights of the Treasure Coast because it has a perfect balance of fewer people and less humidity.