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370zena wrote a review Nov 2019
Very nice beach, quiet for fishermen, couples, walkers, Gorgeous dunes, very picturesque. No lifeguard, swim at your own risk.
Date of experience: November 2019
Sheri J wrote a review Dec 2018
Sebastian, Florida36 contributions6 helpful votes
If you have family, or like to swim in the ocean, be aware that this beach (last spring at least) was unguarded.
Date of experience: May 2018
redsundon wrote a review Nov 2017
Vero Beach, Florida99 contributions49 helpful votes
Just a drive up A1A going north from Vero Beach....this is nice because it is never crowded....a place to surf fish as well.
Date of experience: November 2017
surf4success wrote a review Jun 2017
Okeechobee, Florida54 contributions9 helpful votes
Easy access beach park with clean beach and working restrooms and showers. Clean restrooms and showers. Could of had some more showers. Very short walk to the clean beach. Calm seas from east coast makes for safe fun for kids.
Date of experience: June 2017
willypickle wrote a review May 2017
Florida102 contributions66 helpful votes
Treasure Shores is my favorite beach in this area, but it does NOT have a lifeguard. Therefore, it is perfect for walking the beach or for sitting and reading, as there are usually not a lot people at Treasure Shores, except for a few walkers, readers, tanners, and the occasional fisherman. (There are more people on weekends and during school vacations.) If you want a beach with a lifeguard, try Golden Sands, farther south, and if you want a beach for surf fishing, try Ambersand, farther north and just south of Sebastian Inlet State Park. No fees for anyone - real bargain! All beaches are accessed by entrances off A1A north of Wabasso and south of Sebastian Inlet. And Treasure Shores has a restroom, plus hoses to wash sand off at departure. …
Date of experience: April 2017