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Rent a car through Orbitz in Fort Pierce and the world is your oyster. Okay, perhaps not the world, but sunny Florida sure is. Fast highways radiate out from this pretty resort town, putting Orlando, Miami and the Everglades within easy reach.

Fort Pierce is on the Treasure Coast, protected from the open ocean by inlets and reefs. The outstanding fishing and diving lure visitors, but water sports are just part of the appeal. A low-key vibe, waterfront downtown area, and plenty of restaurants make a great base from which to drive to beaches, parks laden with wildlife, and the state’s most famous cities.


Fort Pierce and beyond: Exploring by car

Fort Pierce has so much to discover within easy driving distance. Here, we suggest three great driving day trips.

Fort Pierce Inlet State Park

Feel as though you’re driving on water as you leave the mainland and venture over a maze of islets and inlets to the great barrier island. Route A1A is part of the Indian River Lagoon Treasure Coast Scenic Highway, from which views across the Atlantic Ocean are simply staggering. While away a day lazing on the beaches of Fort Pierce State Inlet Park, keeping an eye out for birds.

Journey time: Around 10 minutes

Distance: Approximately six miles

Orlando

Fly up the coast on Route 95, and in under two hours you can be enjoying the family theme parks and attractions of Orlando. This is the home of the world-famous Walt Disney World Resort and Universal Orlando Resort, as well as a seemingly never-ending array of aquariums, zoos, shows and water parks. Grown-ups will enjoy their own amusement parks in the form of excellent shopping malls and a vibrant nightlife.

Journey time: Around 1 hour 50 minutes

Distance: Approximately 120 miles

Everglades National Park

Spend a day exploring the wild, watery world of the Everglades, the largest subtropical wilderness in the United States. Immerse yourself in nature as you set off to hike, bike or boat your way through the grassy channels in search of rare and endangered species like the manatee, American crocodile, and elusive Florida panther.

Journey time: Around 1 hour 30 minutes

Distance: Approximately 145 miles