Sandpiper Bay is on the St. Lucie River and just west of US-1. The geographic boundaries are the North Fork of the St. Lucie River to the south and west, Port St. Lucie Boulevard to the north and US 1 to the east. Nestled amongst scenic greenery and lakes in a central Port St. Lucie, it is a quaint and pristine neighborhood which features the Saints Golf Course. Sandpiper Bay features golf courses, large lots and waterfront homes, with a typical lot around a quarter-acre and many properties closer to a half-acre. While a few townhouses and condominium complexes can be found in Sandpiper Bay, most residences are single-family homes built in the 1970s and 1980s. The neighborhood comprises several subdivisions, some gated and some not, so HOAs are not universal in this community. For the most part, you'll find Mediterranean, Minimal Traditional and creative custom-built ranch-style homes or bungalows along Sandpiper Bay's streets with waterfront homes along the river that feature backyard docks and direct deepwater and ocean access.
The Treasure Coast Square is just a couple of minutes from Sandpiper Bay. Lyngate Park is just ten-minutes away, featuring a 16-acre park boasting fantastic amenities such as two baseball/softball fields, two tennis courts, a basketball court, a sand volleyball court, restrooms, a children’s playground, four racquetball courts and two pavilions complete with grills, power, lights and tables. St. Lucie County offers some nice fishing spots and sits by the southern river boardwalk. Up the road, Port St. Lucie Botanical Gardens flourishes on the riverbank with thriving Floridian habitats, including scrub, wet flatwoods, scrubby flatwoods and mangrove fringe.
Convenient for traveling, Florida's Turnpike is just a bridge away, less than 5 miles west of the community. In addition, the main thoroughfare Port St. Lucie Boulevard, runs along the neighborhood's north side, lined with commercial shops, convenient businesses and some great options for eating out.