Go Dolphin Spotting:
Estuary and The Indian river lagoon in this county is one of the most biodiverse environments in North America which means there is no shortage of species to be spotted here.
Visit the Vero Beach Art Museum:
Beautiful grounds and Stunning exhibits.
I have always wanted to paddle board but haven’t had the chance to do so…at least until Vero Beach. I loved trying this. Paddles By The Sea is near the Riverfront Cafe just across from the Vero Beach Art Museum. If you are 6 and older you can do this and believe me it’s totally fun.
Paddles By The Sea, on Indian river are So amazing do not miss this opportunity. This was one of the favorite experiences while staying in the area.
Do A Sea Turtle Nesting Walk:
Sea Turtle Nesting Walk are extremely popular and also very educational.
Sebastian and Indian River County offers some of the best fishing in this area of Florida. Whether you a diehard angler or learning, this is one of the best reasons to visit. The fishes are jumping all the time.
Historic Dodgertown gives you an opportunity to play baseball on the very same fields where all time baseball legends once played, while other tournament venues offer replica fields. Historic Dodgertown is listed by Baseball Youth Magazine as a Top 25 Destination. Visit for yourself and find why Historic Dodgertown is the place to be for baseball!
Kennedy Space Center
Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex is a place where rockets launch and inspiration begins at Florida's gateway to space. Located few steps from Orlando. Start your journey with a full-day experience at the greatest space adventure on Earth.
Sebastian Inlet State Park
Sebastian Inlet State Park is a paradise for urfers from around the globe to ride First Peak and Monster Hole but this spotless park is more than just a paradise for Florida surfer’s. Visitors wander untouched beaches, observing sea turtle nests, and collecting shells or try your luck fishing from one of the jetties that slice into the Atlantic Ocean. Calmer waters on the Indian River Lagoon wave kayakers to explore wild beauty of Sebastian. 2 museums provide history of Sebastian. Sebastian Fishing Museum chronicles history of the area's fishing industry while the McLarty Treasure Museum features the 1715 Spanish treasure fleet. Campground is also available for RVs and tent campers along with a boat ramp.
Enjoy a breathtaking view of the Florida coastline and the Atlantic Ocean during your freefall and flight under Canopy. Skydive Sebastian is the only Skydiving Center in Florida that can offer you this scenery during your organised Skydive! EXPERIENCE THE THRILL OF FREEFALL WITH THE ATLANTIC OCEAN COASTLINE SCENERY!
Sebastian, Florida Golf Courses
In Sebastian there are two golf courses and one is a municipal course.There are also 32 other golf courses within 20 miles of Sebastian, including 19 private courses, 9 public and 4 municipal. John's Island Club North & South Courses is the oldest course in the Sebastian area which was designed by Pete Dye, ASGCA, Craig Schreiner, and opened in 1969. Majors Golf Club At Bayside Lakes is the longest course, which is 7,352 yards. John's Island Club-West Course is also rated the best course near Sebastian. John's Island Club North & South Courses have won various awards as well.
Scuba Diving in the waters of Sebastian Inlet State Park
Snorkeling and Scuba diving are allowed in all the waters of Sebastian Inlet State Park, with the objection of under the Sebastian Inlet Bridge and in the boat channel. Rock reefs stretch for miles starting from south of the Sebastian Inlet in the nearshore waters. All snorkelers and divers must be within 100 ft. of a dive flag. Spearfishing is prohibited in Sebastian Inlet. Water visibility is best in the summer months.
03 miles of Atlantic beach offer some of the best surfing spot on the East Coast. located next to the north jetty, Sebastian Inlet's first peak is one of the most regular surf breaks in Florida. Monster Hole is the Another hot surf spot and about 1/3 mile off the beach in the south side of Sebastian Inlet. The Shape of the Shoreline/contour of the ocean floor rises up and when the surf is big and the waves form long lines, giving a long ride.
Sebastian Inlet State Park Beaches
Sebastian Inlet State Park has 3 miles of attractive Atlantic Ocean beaches. There is two miles beach south and one mile of beach north of the inlet. Popular activities organise from the beach include scuba diving, snorkeling, shelling, surfing, swimming and sunbathing. Beach wheelchair are also available upon request.
Camping at Sebastian Inlet State Park
The central area of Sebastian Inlet State Park tent and RV campground makes it a very popular camping spot. It is very near from the inlet and a short walk from the beach. All 51 campsites have a picnic table, electrical hook ups, grill with a fire ring and water. Sebastian Inlet also offer ADA accessible sites. Restroom facilities are also available - ADA accessible. Other facilities like dump station, and Wi-Fi hotspot in marina and Beach wheelchairs are also available at no extra cost. Well trained pets are allowed in the campground, but are restricted on the beach area. Sebastian Inlet State Park library offers picture books for campers ages 4 to 9. Ask at the South Ranger Station to find out how to check out a book from their Lending Library.You can ask at the South Ranger Station to check out a book from their Lending Library.
Sebastian Inlet State Park is a wonderful place to view wildlife. Located on the tip of two barrier islands and surrounded by water, birds flock to Sebastian Inlet State Park. Visitors have a chance to view over 180 species of birds during the course of a year. The Sebastian Inlet State Park is part of the Great Florida Birding Trail. Sebastian Inlet State Park and the surrounding beaches have the largest nesting assemblage of sea turtles in the United States.