Welcome to Treasure Cove Dunes

Treasure Cove Dunes is an oceanside condominium community built in 1982. Four buildings, with a total of 37 residential units, surround a tranquil pool and are just footsteps from the beach!



Located on North Hutchinson Island in St. Lucie County, Treasure Cove Dunes is centrally located for activities beyond water sports and nature-watching. Just a few minutes to the south is downtown Fort Pierce "The Sunrise City" with its fabulous Saturday Farmer's Market, water-side dining and theater. A quick ride to the north and you're in Vero Beach which offers an arts district, unique shops and exceptional dining.

About Hutchinson Island

North Hutchinson is a barrier island located on Florida's Treasure Coast approximately 110 miles north of Fort Lauderdale.  The northern end of the island is also known as Orchid Island. State Road A1A is the main road for the length of the island and four bridges provide access to the mainland. North Hutchinson Island has many county and state parks and preserves and is one of the few areas on the east coast of Florida with several accreting (growing) beaches.


Popular activities on North Hutchinson Island include fishing, snorkeling, boating, kayaking, hiking, biking, surfing, parasurfing, paddleboarding and wildlife observation. On the northern end of the island is Pelican Island National Wildlife Refuge, the nation's first such refuge, which was established in 1903 with over 5,400 acres of protected waters and lands. On the southern end of Hutchinson Island is Fort Pierce Inlet State Park.  The shores and coastal waters at this park provide an abundance of recreational opportunities.