Vero Beach — “Where the Tropics Begin.”
Located in Indian River County, Vero Beach is part of a four-county region called the Treasure Coast. The region was so named because of the numerous Spanish treasure ships that sunk off its shores. Other treasures exist in Vero Beach that are more easily found.
If golf, boating, beautiful weather and beaches are the treasure you are looking for, then Vero Beach is the place to be. Indian River County lies between Brevard County to the north, St. Lucie County to the South, and Okeechobee and Osceola County to the West. Indian Rivers’ municipalities consisting of Vero Beach and Sebastian, FL. Its average annual temperature of 73.2 degrees offers superb year round climate for work and play.
Vero Beach’s History.
Around 1840 the first group of settlers arrived in Vero Beach. Land development followed after Florida’s East Coast Railroad began operating in 1893. With the Atlantic Ocean to the east, it has long attracted fishermen and vacationers alike. These natural assets proved to be very attractive to prospective residents as well.
Industries were created through the shipping opportunities provided by the railroad. Citrus groves spread rapidly and Indian River Citrus set the industry standard. Dairy and cattle farming became mainstays of the economy. Vacation homes and resorts began dotting the beaches and Vero Beach’s reputation as a winter destination began. Vero Beach was incorporated in 1919 and its slogan, “Where the Tropics Begin,” stands today.
Vero Beach’s size is approximately 13 square miles. Although it has many seasonal residents, the City’s average age of its population is about 40 years old.
Vero Beach offers a quality of life that few cities can match. It is located on the Southeast Coast of Florida.
Vero Beach’s three main public beaches are South Beach, accessible at the eastern end of State Road 656 at the eastern end of 17th Street; Humiston Park, in Vero’s Central Beach Business District on Ocean Drive and Jaycee Park, which is adjacent to Conn Beach.
There are 26 miles of oceanfront shore in Indian River County. Vero Beach also has other free public access trails and walkways with beach access, such as Riomar Beach, Sea Cove, Sea Grape Trail, Sexton Plaza, and Turtle Trail.
Find out for yourself why so many people love Vero Beach and its natural beauty. Visit, and start enjoying the good life!
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