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We arrived at the pier about 30 minutes before sunset but we didn’t really know that this was such a big event as people walk to the end of the pier to see the incredible sunset in the western sky. It is special. Fishermen are...More
Crystal clear waters, gentle waves on the shore and a few Sandpipers enjoying some shade on the pier. Pelicans, Sea Gulls and Anhingas darting and diving into the water catching their lunch. We saw schools of bait fish swirling and dancing through the water. The...More
We decided to visit late evening to see the sunset and werent disappointed. We had a lesiurely walk along the pier, watching the fishermen. We were also lucky to see a dolphin swimming around for quite a while. Pelicans and birds were entertaining doing their...More
Previously visited the pier 10+ years ago. Lovely stroll down to the end of the pier in the late afternoon sun (November) Were fortunate to see a turtle, absolutely huge, nevertheless was something we have never seen before. Lots of people fishing along the pier....More
Walked the Pier. Very nice and beautiful sunset. But walking back to shore started coughing, nose burnt and eyes swelled up. Wind must have shifted and was blowing Red Tide spores thru the air. Had to buy allergy meds.
I live on the East coast of Florida we have nothing even close to the greatness of this pier. It’s free it’s huge, you can fish for free, the restrooms are clean. Great sunsets. Saw dolphins and a sea turtle and osprey all from pier.
You need your own fishing gear. They may have squid at the pier but no pole rentals. There is plenty of places near the pier to buy bait and fishing poles. You can always check your pole in when flying. My husband made... More
You need your own fishing gear. They may have squid at the pier but no pole rentals. There is plenty of places near the pier to buy bait and fishing poles. You can always check your pole in when flying. My husband made his own carrying case for his fishing pole out of PVC pipe. Worked perfect.