Sebastian Inlet State Recreation Area offers a full-service campground facility on a small peninsula between Sebastian Inlet and the Indian River Lagoon. Built on dredged earth, the campground is fairly hilly for Florida standards. With little vegetation and bordered by water on three sides, the campground tends to be insect-free due to constant breezes.
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Sebastian Inlet State Recreation Area
Two camping loops offer a total of 51 tent and RV sites. Each site has water and electric hookup, a picnic table and fire ring. Modern restrooms, showers, laundry area, pay telephones, and a dump station are centrally located.
The park accepts reservations up to 11 months in advance. Snowbirds flock to this campground, it is advisable to reserve early. The campground registration office is located on the south side of the Inlet. There is also a boat launch located on this side. The park accepts American Express.
Directions from Melbourne & Vero Beach, FL: The park is located along A1A about midway between the towns of Melbourne and Vero Beach.