Sebastian Inlet State Park, Melbourne

4.4
#1 of 9 in Nature in Brevard County
Beach · State Park
One of Florida's most popular parks, Sebastian Inlet State Park offers a wealth of opportunities to enjoy nature. Home to a National Register of Historic Places site where Spanish ships wrecked in 1715, the park features a museum displaying objects and artifacts from the fleet. You can snorkel, dive, or swim here, with numerous facilities providing equipment for ocean activities. The area is renowned for its saltwater fishing. The 4.8 km (3 mi) long beach features a trail and picnicking areas. Although camping is permitted, you'll need to reserve a place ahead of time. Sebastian Inlet State Park is just one of the many highlights you can arrange to see using our , world travel planner Edition.
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  • We spent a week here in our fifth wheel. This is a nice park. Clean, neat, lots of great people working here picking things up. The only unpleasant worker was the big guy that checked us in. I loved....  more »
  • When I visit Melbourne Beach, I will usually spend some time at this state park which offers a little bit of everything. You have fishing piers on the ocean, beaches on both sides of the inlet...  more »

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