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Play Treasure Coast

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About Play Treasure Coast

Play Treasure Coast Sports Tourism (formerly known as the Treasure Coast Sports Commission) offers event owners, tournament directors and managers access to world class sport facilities, special pricing on hotels from our partners and grants to help fund qualified elements to host your event. Located on the East Central Coast of Florida, comprising of Indian River, St. Lucie and Martin Counties, the Treasure Coast is 45 minutes north of the Palm Beaches and the West Palm Beach International Airport, 90 minutes north of Fort Lauderdale, 120 minutes north of Miami, and 120 minutes south of Orlando. The Treasure Coast is the official home of the Florida Sports Hall of Fame, located at the MIDFLORIDA Event Center in Port St. Lucie. For more information on how you can connect, volunteer, or to view a full list of events, call the Play Treasure Coast Sports Tourism office, (772) 871-5458 or visit, www.PlayTreasureCoastFlorida.com.

Play Treasure Coast is the recognized Sports Tourism Marketing Organization for the Treasure Coast Region. As a non-profit 501(C)3 organization responsible for marketing the Treasure Coast, it serves as the premier sports destination for all ages. Play Treasure Coast recruits sporting events to the Treasure Coast Region that will have a positive economic impact on its communities. Play Treasure Coast has a successful track record of attracting sporting events to the Treasure Coast plus tracking its actualized hotel room nights and overall economic impact.

The Treasure Coast is a region in the U.S. state of Florida, generally considered to include (from north to south) Indian River, St. Lucie, and Martin counties. The area includes the cities of Stuart, Jensen Beach, Hobe Sound, Hutchinson Island, Port St. Lucie, Fort Pierce, Sebastian, Fellsmere and Vero Beach. ·

The Treasure Coast is home to world class venues including Clover Park (Spring Training Home of the New York Mets), Lawnwood Sports Complex, Jackie Robinson Training Complex, Dick Bird South County Regional Park, Sailfish Splash Aquatics Center and the US Sailing Center of Martin County.

Play Treasure Coast is a recognized partner of the Florida Sports Foundation and Enterprise Florida as one of 36 Sports Industry Partners. Play Treasure Coast is also an active member with Sports ETA (formerly known as National Association of Sports Commissions) and the Florida Restaurant Lodging Association (FRLA).

The name “Treasure Coast” is derived from a number of ships of Spanish galleons (especially those of the 1715 Spanish treasure fleet) that wrecked off the coast during the 17th and 18th centuries. Artifacts from these ships have been recovered in the past fifty years, by both amateur and professional treasure-hunters. As recently as August 2010, a man diving in shallow water near Jupiter found a gold coin that was minted in Mexico in the mid 1650s

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Things to do in Play Treasure Coast

While visiting the Treasure Coast you will be able to find a variety of things to do. There are great museums, parks, theatres, Eco-centers, water parks, top rated golf courses, stadiums, and much more. You can also check out a spring training game of the New York Mets. Some of the places you can visit while staying on the Treasure Coast are; Vero Beach Museum of Art, Harbor Branch Ocean Discovery Center, Oxbow Eco-Center, National Navy SEAL Museum, Sunrise Theatre, Fort Pierce Farmers Market and more. You will also find hotels, resorts, marinas, attractions, shopping districts, night life activities, and great restaurants.

If you are feeling real adventurous, there are some things the Treasure Coast can offer you, like Kayak Tours through the Indian River Lagoon. You can also experience the everglades on an airboat tours or rivers an lagoons on a boat rental. You will experience the abundance and diversity of wildlife in FLORIDA. Manatees, dolphin, birds and fish are common sightings here on the lagoon. Enjoy the adventure!.

The Treasure Coast also offers some of the best golf courses and training facilities in the United States, including several PGA golf courses and professional training grounds. There is a reason why they say the “capital sail fish of the world is located on the Treasure Coast. If you like fishing you will love everything the Treasure Coast has to offer to the casual or fishing enthusiasts. To search for specific activities & attractions, entertainment venues and other great things to do on the Treasure Coast, please click on this link – tcxperienceguide.com

Travel details

Located on the East Central Coast of Florida, comprising of Indian River, St. Lucie and Martin Counties, the Treasure Coast is 45 minutes north of the Palm Beaches and the West Palm Beach International Airport, 90 minutes north of Fort Lauderdale, 120 minutes north of Miami, and 120 minutes south of Orlando. It is easily accessible by two of Florida’s main highways—I-95 and the Florida Turnpike.

Airports that service the Treasure Coast area are located in West Palm Beach, Orlando, Fort Lauderedale and Miami. All airports offering rental car services.

Services offered

Event Marketing Sponsorship

Grant Programs

Lodging Services

Marketing

PR/Media Assistance

Signage

Site Visits

Volunteer

Welcome Bags

- PR/Media Assistance - Site Visits - Transportation Assistance - Lodging Services - Welcome Bags/Gifts - Itinerary Development - Event Planning Assistance