Blind Creek Beach

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6688 South Ocean Drive
Fort PierceFL 34949 United States

Members from Sunnier Palms have met with the local Sheriff's and have had this declared a nude beach. Technically it's not "written in the books" legal, but it is as legal as can be. Beach has been getting a nice crowd on weekdays and a bigger crowd on weekends. Enjoy everyone.

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Just spent a week at Blind Creek, Perfect spot. One day of rain. Stayed in Fort Pierce at the Fairffield.

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Great Pic!! Looks like a great place!

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Just spent a week at Blind Creek, Perfect spot. One day of rain. Stayed in Fort Pierce at the Fairffield.

YES!!! I was able to spend few hours at this wonderful beach. It has the bonus of being a family friendly beach accepted by the local authorities. I was visiting family in Jacksonville and chose to make the 4 hour drive south because I wanted to visit a beach I knew would not be having a negative presence from the local authorities. This beach is it.
The locals that I spoke too knew what a blessing it was to have such a place.
The only thing about this place is it is in a place that is ripe for development. So down the road we might not be able to keep it, so enjoy it while you can. Hopefully the development that comes in the future will be nudist/naturist friendly and accepting. If the attitude that is present there now continues to be the case I see no reason why that won't be the case.

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My favorite beach

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That was probably the busiest sexually active beach we visited back in May.

But honestly, we didnt see a single difference between Playa, Apollo, and Blind Creek. The sand, the layout, the location, it was all pretty much the same to us.

We feel its the atmosphere and interactions of the patrons thats appealing to us.

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That was probably the busiest sexually active beach we visited back in May.

Sexually active? Blind Creek.....that doesn't fit my experience there at all. There is supposed to be a zero tolerance policy there as well, according to all that I have read about it.

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I have business in Ft Pierce end of january, and plan to spend the weekend exploring this beach..
Appreciate the comments Ive read here and would love to hear more detail of your visit before I go. Thanks Marty

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I am not saying there were guys banging each other in the open, there there were plenty of obvious acrivities. 2 or 3 guys wondering off into the trees for about 15 min or so.
2 guys very close to each other up on the observation deck, 1 guy sitting in hia beach chair, legs spread and all you saw of the other guy was his lower torso, as i walked away from the observation deck, i step down off the trail and there is 1 guy on his back with a raging hard on amd another fuy massaging his legs and thighs.

It wasnt wide open sexual activity but at about 5pm on a Wed, there definitely was some sex "in the air" if you knew what to look for and where to look.

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I am not saying there were guys banging each other in the open, there there were plenty of obvious acrivities. 2 or 3 guys wondering off into the trees for about 15 min or so.2 guys very close to each other up on the observation deck, 1 guy sitting in hia beach chair, legs spread and all you saw of the other guy was his lower torso, as i walked away from the observation deck, i step down off the trail and there is 1 guy on his back with a raging hard on amd another fuy massaging his legs and thighs.It wasnt wide open sexual activity but at about 5pm on a Wed, there definitely was some sex "in the air" if you knew what to look for and where to look.

There is and has always been sexual activities at beaches we've visited in states where nudity is allowed. Some are very open about doing it while others go far off to the far end of the beach and you have to go looking for it. Mind you, it's not just m/m only, have encountered m/f and f/f. But it's not the norm nor the majority of individuals that go to these beaches are there for that. I have in past kindly reminded individuals that their selfish activity can eventually get the beach closed if authorities hear enough about it.

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Just spent a week at Blind Creek, Perfect spot. One day of rain. Stayed in Fort Pierce at the Fairffield.YES!!! I was able to spend few hours at this wonderful beach. It has the bonus of being a family friendly beach accepted by the local authorities. I was visiting family in Jacksonville and chose to make the 4 hour drive south because I wanted to visit a beach I knew would not be having a negative presence from the local authorities. This beach is it.The locals that I spoke too knew what a blessing it was to have such a place.The only thing about this place is it is in a place that is ripe for development. So down the road we might not be able to keep it, so enjoy it while you can. Hopefully the development that comes in the future will be nudist/naturist friendly and accepting. If the attitude that is present there now continues to be the case I see no reason why that won't be the case.

I think the proximity to the nuclear power plant will prevent any development. I am sure there is some sort of regulation as to how close to the power plant can be developed

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Blind Creek delivered royally a couple Saturdays ago, perfect weather, water was great (I can always tell who the northerners are, we're the only ones swimming). Strolled the length a couple of times musing on my place in the universe. When I left I felt rejuvenated body, mind and spirit. Worth a detour from busy highways to enjoy it. Big thanks to the folks that worked on getting it designated.

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