Visit St. Lucie Offers New Webcams With Water Views
Camera one is located at the new Jetty Park in Fort Pierce and showcases inlet boater activity and conditions, the jetty fishing pier and surf conditions at Fort Pierce Inlet State Park. The second camera is located at IRSC’s Marine Science Center on Seaway Drive and showcases boater traffic and recreation occurring in the inlet waterway and on Dynamite Point, also known as the Cove. Camera three is located at Fort Pierce City Marina and captures the marina’s new floating docks as well as special events and activities taking place in Marina Square such as the Downtown Fort Pierce Farmers Market and Friday Fest. Each camera’s view highlights Fort Pierce as a destination for those looking to enjoy boating, fishing, the beaches, nature and cultural activities taking place in the area.
Live feeds to all three cameras are accessible on the homepage of the St. Lucie County’s tourism website (www.visitstluciefla.com), the homepage of the Fort Pierce City Marina’s website (www.fortpiercecitymarina.com) and the Fort Pierce Authentic Tours website (www.fortpiercetours.com).
“This is a fantastic opportunity to show the world and potential visitors how beautiful our waterways and beaches are and how active our marine community is -- in real time,” stated St. Lucie County Commissioner and Chairman of the Tourist Development Council Chris Dzadovsky. “Having these live web cams will not only drive online traffic to the County’s tourism site and our partner sites, but will allow us to further promote Fort Pierce and the County as a beautiful tourist destination. The promotional opportunities we can and will do with these cameras are vast.”
For more information call Charlotte Bireley at 772-462-1539 or email firstname.lastname@example.org or log on to www.visitstluciefla.com.