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St. Johns County Ocean Pier, Saint Augustine
(4/5 based on 80 reviews on the web)
St. Johns County Ocean Pier is located in Saint Augustine. To visit St. Johns County Ocean Pier on your trip to Saint Augustine, use our Saint Augustine tourist route planner.
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  • Site with toilets infrastructure, volleyball courts and fishing pier (paid access). There is free parking on site. Pedestrian access to the beach, which is beautiful.
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  • I've been here in St Augustine for nearly 7months now and lived through hurricane Matthew this summer. It's my first time back to this area since the storm and although one can see the damage from the...  more »
  • I know it is only $1 but what if you are staying a week in the area and want to go out on the pier in the early AM just to catch the breeze off the ocean with a wife & 2 kids. Now it is getting a litt...  more »
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  • Splash Park! Tiny fountains squirting fun, and a waterfall showering down in the center What's not to love? Covered tables and sitting area, shower to rinse off all that sugary sand, and restrooms, a (dry) playground adjacent, and a boardwalk staircase winding down to the beach with convenience store across the street and restaurants, condos by- the -week and hotels nearby. If you're fishing, there's a place to clean your fish. Bring your own fishing poles for the pier, (if you rent whatever is available, just remember the best stuff will rent early and equipment will be well-used by all the tourists, and older, and supply-and-demand demands the pricey pricing so don't squawk like some of these seagulls ...) be an early sandpiper, come earlier in the morning in-season, (anytime it's sunny, and this IS the Sunshine State, people) for better parking right by the splash park and for beach and pier access, unless you don't mind walking or circling like a shark for a place to park, (kids and boards and coolers and umbrellas and blankets and buckets and balls and sunscreen and shovels are like carrying the kitchen sink after a day at the beach. Less is more efficient) Oh, and PLEASE DON'T FORGET A BAG FOR YOUR TRASH, some of us live here ~ like the entire ecosystem ) Have a Supercalafragilisticexpialadocious Day at the Beach, take home happy memories with a little white sand between your toes, the fish (or mermaid, or merman) that didn't get away, and leave only footprints, and maybe a sandcastle..or sand dolphin, or Sand Ness Monster...
  • Really nice pier that you can fish off of. Some of the seats are covered, has running water if you are fishing, and a place to clean your fish. There is a small bait and tackle shop. Fishing is $3 per person and you don't have to have a Florida fishing license. Just to walk the pier is $1 per person. Next to is a water park for little children with a covered play ground.
  • Loved the experience did not fish just took my son up to check it out. I don't agree with getting charged to observe? And listen to a bunch of grown men argue over crossed up lines!
  • If you like to surf and go fishing this place is definitely for you. I didn't like the beach lot of wave so you can't really enjoyed and you have to paid to get to the pier. The pier is kind of old but it has some bench's so you can seat down and watch the sunset. It have a little playground for the kids and a splash pad which was off when i was there.
  • This place is awful! The man in the shop will rip you off for your money. Don't bother renting any fishing rods because they are all extremely old and some are not even made for saltwater. The line on them hasn't been replaced in forever and snaps very easily. It is frayed all over. Ever since last year the fishing on that pier has been awful. Everything in the shop is extremely overpriced and you would be better off going anywhere else. Dont waste your time here. Very bad experience.