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Vero Beach is a city of 18,000 people (2019) on the Treasure Coast in Florida. It has three beaches, and the Indian River Lagoon, passing through Vero Beach, is a hub for boating, fishing, water skiing, diving, kayaking and other small-craft waterborne activities.

Get in[edit]

Humiston Beach-Vero Beach

By plane[edit]

Next nearest airports for commercial flights are:

By car[edit]

Route 60 (20th Street) goes into town from Exit 47 of Interstate 95.

By bus[edit]

  • 2 Greyhound, Flixbus, (bus stop) Sunoco Gas Station @ 8418 20th St. Travels primarily on Interstate 95 (Miami, Ft Lauderdale, West Palm Beach, Jupiter, Port St Lucie, Ft Pierce, Vero Beach, Sebastian, Rockledge, Titusville, Edgewater, New Smyrna Beach, Daytona Beach, Palm Coast, Jacksonville). Passengers transfer in Jacksonville, West Palm Beach, Miami or Orlando to reach other cities. Services are limited so next nearest stop is in Ft Pierce. Check Schedules.

By boat[edit]

The Intercoastal Waterway. Visitors can stop in at the city marina at marker 139. It’s a City Service center.

Get around[edit]

By car[edit]

  • State Road 60 (20th St) intersects US-1 (8th Ave), which are both main roads in the city. US 1 curves north and west on 21st St and continues north as "Rt 1".
  • serves as the main thoroughfare along the beach on the key. FL-60 and 656 connects the key to the mainland via causeway.

By bus[edit]

The Go-Line IRT is the local transit system, serving all of Indian River County and Fort Pierce in St. Lucie at the IRSC.

The Treasure Coast Connector is the local bus service of St. Lucie County, but it now has a route running from the Fort Pierce Intermodal Station to South Point Plaza on 43rd Street in Vero Beach.


  • Historic Dodgertown, 3901 26th Street, +1 772 569-4900. A historic military base, then a spring training venue for the Los Angeles Dodgers. Now a multi-sport facility and event venue. Historic Dodgertown (Q20708505) on Wikidata Historic Dodgertown on Wikipedia
  • 1 McLarty Treasure Museum, 13180 North A1A (two miles south of the Sebastian Inlet Bridge), +1 772 589-2147. 10AM-4:30PM. Museum explains why this area is called the "Treasure Coast". $1, under 6: free.
Vero Beach Museum of Art
McKee Botanical Garden


  • Paddles By The Sea, 3321 Bridge Plaza Dr (Marina at Riverside Cafe), +1 772 444-7871, Paddle board and kayak rentals, tours and lessons.


  • 1 Vero Fashion Outlets, 1824 94th Drive, +1 772-770-6097. M-F 10AM-8PM, Sa 9AM-8PM, Su 11AM-6PM. Convenient to I-95 (west of the exit). Many upscale stores.
  • 2 Indian River Mall, 6200 20th Street (State Road 60, 3.5 miles east of the I-95), +1 772 770-6255. Macy's, Dillard's, Sears, and JCPenney plus over 90 specialty stores; 6-vendor food court, R.J. Gator's and T.G.I. Friday’s. AMC 24-Screen Stadium Theatre. Indian River Mall (Q14685955) on Wikidata Indian River Mall on Wikipedia
  • 3 Artists Guild Gallery Of Vero Beach, 2855 Ocean Drive (Ocean Dr & Flamevine Ln), +1 772 231-7551. M-W 11AM-5PM, Th-Sa 10AM-9PM, Su 11AM-4PM.


Arcade Theater


  • 1 Riverside Cafe, 1 Beachland Blvd (just under the bridge). Popular bar and grill right on the river. Famous for its sunsets.


Go next[edit]

Routes through Vero Beach
Daytona BeachSebastian  N  S  Fort PierceWest Palm Beach
Daytona BeachSebastian  N  S  Fort PierceWest Palm Beach
Daytona BeachMelbourne Beach  N  S  Fort PierceWest Palm Beach
TampaLake Wales ← Jct N S  W  E  END

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