Fletcher beach is the first major beach access south of Stuart Beach. To find this and the other southern beaches, turn south at Indian River Plantation.

IRP is the first thing a traveler will see after crossing the second bridge heading from downtown Stuart. Turn right, which would be south, at the first and only traffic light.

The road snakes through the resort, past golf courses and tennis courts, and traces a thin path separating the Atlantic Ocean and the Intracoastal Waterway. Fletcher beach has only a small sandy parking lot, along with a boardwalk over the dunes to the beach.

Fletcher is a perfect beach for romantic walks, shelling and relaxing. Because there are no amenities, the traffic at the beach is usually the lowest in the county.

Shoreside, the parking lot offers an unobstructed view of the Intracoastal, making this a great place to watch the sunset.

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Fletcher Sea grapes.
Great for walks.
Sandy parking lot.
Beach house.

Florida Oceanographic Society

 
 
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