Welcome to Port St. Lucie, Florida!

Port St. Lucie, Florida


Located in the heart of Florida’s Treasure Coast, Port Saint Lucie is a growing urban area that has not lost a sense of  “the real Florida.” Here, visitors can hike environmental preserves, paddle lush rivers, ride horses on nearby beaches, take in a spring training baseball game(New York Mets) and play a few rounds of championship golf.


Port Saint Lucie, Florida was a largely uninhabited tract of land south of White City in the 1950’s, composed of a fishing camp, a handful of farms and businesses near US 1. In 1958, with a budget of about $50 million, the General Development Corporation (GDC) purchased the River Park development and 40,000 acres along the North Fork of the St. Lucie River. In 1959, the GDC opened its first bridge over the St. Lucie River, allowing for direct automobile access to Port Saint Lucie, Florida.


Port St. Lucie features a warm humid subtropical climate, falling just short of having a true tropical climate. Summers are usually hot, with temperatures averaging low 90’s. Winters are usually mild to warm, with average temperatures around 70’s°F. The average yearly precipitation is around 53.5 in.


Port Saint Lucie is served by St. Lucie County Public Schools, which is a school district which serves the rest of St. Lucie County, FL. In Port St. Lucie, there are 6 elementary schools, 7 K–8 schools, 4 high schools, and 3 post-secondary institutions. The 4 public high schools in Port St. Lucie are Port St. Lucie High School, St. Lucie West Centennial High School, and Treasure Coast High School. The 3 post-secondary institutions operated in Port St. Lucie are Indian River State College, Barry University, and Keiser University.



City of Port Saint Lucie Links:

City of Port Saint Lucie Official Website

Things To Do in Port Saint Lucie

City of Port Saint Lucie Links

The Saints at Port St. Lucie Golf Course