9050 Americana Way
Vero Beach, FL 32963
Phone: (772) 257-3400
Fax: (772) 257-3410
The Dodgers have been training at Holman Stadium during the winter since 1953, and their class A minor league team, the Vero Beach Dodgers, play during baseball season. One of the oldest Spring Training parks still in use, this small and intimate stadium allows for some close-up views of the players, who normally converse with the fans and sign autographs after the game. One very nice thing about it is that the only visible ads are right on the scoreboard, so the outfield is not covered with logos.
A full service public library which offers a collection of over 270,000 books, magazines, newspapers, microfilm, CDs, books on tape, DVDs, and video tapes. Programs for both adults and children are also available, as well as computer and Internet access.
The Hallstrom House, which was a part of the 40 acre (16.18 hectares) plantation, now remains spread only over 5 acres (2.02 hectares). Built in 1918, it displays the Masonry Vernacular style of architecture. The house has been preserved well and thus became a part of the National Register of Historic Places. The beautiful architecture of the building is reminiscent of the bygone era.
Wabasso Beach is a part of the encompassing Indian River County, Florida, United States. This modern town is included in the Sebastian–Vero Beach Metropolitan Statistical Area.
The Jungle Trail lays by the side of a sandy road past the hammock habitat in the barrier islands of Florida. These islands are bestowed with some of the most rare and beautiful bird species. The path is surrounded by a magnificent scenery that offers stunning views. It is a great place for tourist visits with ample facilities such as bathrooms, parking, bike racks and drinking fountains to name a few. A trip here is like being embrace by the nature.
Florida Ranch Adventures provides ranch and wildlife tours with custom vehicles on the private ranches and public lands in the Treasure Coast Area of east central Florida. Tours available by reservation only.
One of the four such structures found in Florida, St Lucie County Hurricane House serves a key purpose for the weather department. The house provides important information associated with wind resistance and how to curb damage caused by destructive windstorms.
A full service, family owned and operated marina that offers a wide range of services such as fuel and repair services, dry storage services, and much more. A full service restaurant and deli are also on site, as well as an outdoor pool and picnic area.
The National Navy-UDT Seal Museum is a tribute to the might national navy SEAL. The museum is dedicated to showcase the life, equipment and heart of a navy SEAL. There are stories, artifacts and other memories of the navy through the Gulf War, the Second World War until today, displayed here at the museum. Tools needed by the navy personnel, weapons and other items are all displayed here to give visitors a glimpse into that life. Details of war missions that took place in the sea, on land and in the air are also told at the museum. Also on display are medals, armored vehicles and more. Check website for more details.
Situated at the southern tip of North Hutchinson Island, this beautiful 340 acre park features a wide sandy ocean beach, as well as 1,500 feet of frontage on Ft. Pierce Inlet, picnic tables, and barbecue grills. Interactive activities are available in the park from November through April.
One of the foremost environmental educational facilities in the country, visitors to this facility can observe one of Florida's most treasured winter visitors, the West Indian Manatee, during its migratory period of November through April. An exhibition area, classrooms, observation tower, and gift shop are also on site.
Sunrise Theatre is an ancient theater featuring Mediterranean Revival architectural style. The theater became a popular cultural hub of Fort Pierce in the early years of the 20th Century and still remains a popular historic attraction.