Blind Creek Beach is a beautiful clothing-optional beach in Florida. This long and spacious stretch of pristine, unspoiled white-sand beach is a great place to enjoy the sun and ocean completely naked.
The waters are clear and turquoise, making the views just spectacular and oh, you should see the sunsets here – they’re fabulous! The beach is usually uncrowded, the visitors are friendly and polite and if you have never tried nudist recreation before, it’s a perfect place to do it for the first time.
Location and Parking
You can find Blind Creek Beach at 5460 South Ocean Drive in Fort Pierce, Florida. Parking is plentiful and free. There is a paved parking lot and grassy parking lot; both are adjacent to the beach. If those parking lots get filled, you can park your car outside on A1A.
The quantity of beachgoers depends on the season, day of the week, and weather – sunny summer weekends can get pretty busy, but otherwise, the beach offers enough space for everybody to find a secluded spot to relax.
If you’re more social, you should stay near the entrance where there are bigger groups of people. The visitors are very friendly and include all ages. However, many of them are older people.
Nudity is allowed, but the beach is family-friendly and lewd behavior is not tolerated (no sexual acts, no public masturbation). Alcohol consumption is prohibited as well.
Unfortunately, the beach doesn’t offer any amenities, so bring everything you may need, including sunscreen, shade, and enough water for drinking and rinsing the sand off. There are only a couple of porta-potties in the parking lot, which were provided by friends of the beach. Sometimes there is a food truck where you can buy some snacks but not all the time, so it’s better to bring your own food.
Sand and Water
The beachgoers pick up litter regularly, so the area is very clean. Since the beach is quite long, you can enjoy some barefoot strolling – just make sure the sand isn’t scorching. The clear turquoise ocean is welcoming, but get ready for some seaweed near the waterline. There are no lifeguards, so please exercise caution in the water and watch your children carefully.
- 2 hours 5 minutes from Orlando, FL
- 2 hours 30 minutes from Miami, FL
- 2 hours 55 minutes from Tampa, FL
Additionally, there's a number of beaches near Blind Creek Beach which you can visit: