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very crowded and yes a fee, People have 10 poles won't move to see just rude people they should limit time and how many on pier it ws a waste of our money, I would have liked to seen out, but chairs buckets poles peole...More
It only costs $1 per person to "sightsee" on the pier & it's worth it. The views of the beach, the Lighthouse, the ocean & sunsets are gorgeous. And then you have the surfers to watch. That's the entertainment part. Will they get up with...More
packed during week spent 4 hours in hot sun to rude people for nothing and its a fee to just walk to look, don't waste ur time and money better off going under pier to surf fish! And no rude people hitting u knocking over...More
Upon recent beach renovation the pier at high tide only had water under the first three supports.As far as fishing goes they could only fish off the very end of the pier and the water was only shoulder deep. They did have a free concert...More
Date of experience: June 2018
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Christopher L, Manager at St Johns County Ocean Pier, responded to this reviewResponded 10 July 2018
Thank you for the review;
The Army Corps renourishes our beaches every 6 years, unfortunately you reviewed the water level at a time when they have just finished the project at the end of June. As tidal action and storm activity occur, the sand disappears...More
As a resident, we usually go to any other beach other than this beach at the pier !
The reasons are very evident: the pier is in disrepair, the beach itself is pumped in sand, the “splash park” at the pier brings in unsavory types...More
I am a resident of St Johns County. There are many beautiful beaches in St Johns County but our public beach and pier visited by many tourists is a disgrace. it is dirty. At 6pm the garbage pails around the splash park were all overflowing....More
In spite of the fact that City officials seemed determined to compromise everything longtime visitors and locals hold dear, this park manages to persevere. Watch the fishermen on the pier, stroll the beach, visit the market while you still can. Then walk across to Salt...More