Sebastian Inlet State Park

Sebastian Inlet State Park is known for excellent surfing conditions and home to many annual surfing competitions. Surfing is not the only thing you can do at this gorgeous park.

It is also a very popular fishing spot, where fishers can catch snook, redfish and bluefish, Spanish mackerel and much more from the jetties, where you can also enjoy an incredible view.

Try any or all of these: Canoeing, kayaking, swimming, snorkeling and scuba diving are other popular activities as the park.

There are also opportunities to explore nature, such as a relaxing walk along the beautiful hammock nature trail.

The park is also a great place for bird watchers- over 200 species have been spotted.

Enjoy a day of sunbathing and swimming or take a surfing lesson if you like.

I took a surfing lesson once and there is nothing like standing up on a surf board, even briefly, and even if your instructor is holding you and the board so someone can get your picture.

Doesn't hurt too much at the time but the waves fling the surf board at you in all directions, constantly hitting you over your entire body and I bruise easily. A couple hours later I looked like I had been beaten with a baseball bat.

Camp out at the full service camping facility and prolong your visit as long as you can to this peaceful and gorgeous park, where the beaches and nature will provide you with a great temporary escape from reality.


Visit Sebastian Inlet State Park to enjoy

  • Beautiful three-mile beach for sunning, white sand and blue water
  • Beachcombing, shelling, swimming, snorkeling, scuba diving, boating, canoe/kayaking
  • One of the most well-known beaches for surfing and fishing
  • Concession stand with gifts and snack bar, picnic tables and shelters, playground, restroom facilities and showers
  • Several boat ramps/ boat launching locations available
  • Nature trails for birding, hiking and walking
  • Full facility campground
  • Open 365 days, including holidays, 8 a.m. to sunset, nominal fees
  • Florida State Parks may require entrance fees per person or per car

What to Do: For fun for the whole family, where you can see over 480 animals, don’t miss the Brevard Zoo .

A visit to the Sea Turtle Preservation Society Melbourne is an educational and fun experience for the entire family as well.

Where to Eat: For a truly “authentic” (as described by one diner) Italian meal, visit the Bacco Wine Café. There are numerous other great restaurants in the area to choose from as well.

Where to Stay: If you’d rather not take advantage of the camping that’s available at the park, there is a wide variety of hotels available in Melbourne.

Fairfield Inn & Suites is a great choice because of its convenient location and comfortable suites.

Sebastian Inlet State Park is located at 9700 S. State Road A1A Melbourne Beach, Florida Phone- (321)984-4852

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