Vero Beach is a quaint and small city in Florida with Atlantic-facing beaches on a barrier island across the Indian River Lagoon. Vero Beach has some of the most beautiful beaches in all of Florida for both visitors and tourists to enjoy year-round due to the amazing tropical climate the city boasts.
Here’s a deep dive into six popular public beaches in Vero Beach, Florida.
The Golden Sands beach offers long stretches of beautiful sandy beach and is the home of the starting point of the Archie Carr National Wildlife Refuge, which is a refuge that covers 248-acres spanning 20.5-miles and is designated to protecting the habitat for an area that is significant for loggerhead sea turtle nesting in the Western Hemisphere and the most significant area for green turtle nesting in North America. The beach also boasts paved parking, picnic pavilions and a playground.
This beach is full of solace and located just six miles north of County Road 510. Access to the beach is within the Archie Carr National Wildlife Refuge. Amenities at Ambersand Beach include boardwalk access to the beach and an unpaved parking area. You can visit this beach from 7:00 am until sunset.
Humiston Park is located in the heart of Vero Beach’s Beachside Shopping District. This is a favorite spot for both locals and tourists to grab a bite to eat, dip their toes in the ocean, and spend time with their kids at the playground. The beach offers restrooms, showers, picnic pavilions, a playground and paved parking. There are lifeguards on duty at Humiston Park and the beach is open from sunrise to sunset.
South Beach is one of the most popular beaches in Vero Beach and is located at the end of 17th street. This is a favorite among the locals and the beach offers restrooms, paved parking, ADA beach access, covered pavilions and showers. This beach features lifeguards on duty and is open from sunrise to sunset.
This beach is just as fun as it sounds. Located just three miles north of CR 510, also known as Wabasso Bridge, Treasure Shores is known by the locals for its incredible sand dunes and spacious views. There is a fun pirate-themed playground, picnic tables, showers, restrooms, ADA beach access and walking trails. Hit Treasure shores any day from sunrise to sunset.
Turtle Trail Beach
Access to Turtle Trail Beach is just over a mile north of CR 510 and is serene and private. This is an ideal beach to spend a day relaxing with a good book with your friends and family just enjoying the sunshine. Turtle Trail Beach offers boardwalk access to the beach and paved parking. The beach is open from 7:00 am until sunset.
Vero Beach offers some of the most beautiful and peaceful beaches in all of Florida. I’ll be happy to show you around – just give me a call at 772.925.9587 or send me an email francine(at)francinekidder(dotted)com. Plan a day to visit any one of these spots with your friends and family for a day you will not forget.