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Sebastian Inlet State Park

 About Sebastian Inlet State Park

Ibis on the rocks on the water's edge. Photo by Ruseel Muller.


Kevin Jones

Spring has sprung at Sebastian Inlet State Park and we have been enjoying mild temperatures and great beach days for several weeks.  The popular tidal cove on the north side of the park has recently been spruced up and ready for those looking to enjoy great weather mixed with a beautiful view of Sebastian Inlet.

Fishing has been good and the catches are typical for springtime.  Black drum, sheepshead, a few bluefish, and some nice pompano are making anglers happy that are fishing the park’s north jetty.  The pompano fishing has also picked up on the adjacent beaches just to the north and south of the inlet proper.  Also look for whiting, trout, and lookdowns to grace anglers.

Come out and join our knowledgeable Rangers for a different program each Saturday at 1:00 p.m. at the Sebastian Inlet Fishing Museum.  Programs include beach walks, interpretive talks, skills demonstrations, slide presentations, birding tours, and more.

Also on Saturdays will be a “Ranger’s Choice” program.  Topic, time, and meeting place will be announced. 

“Breakfast with a Ranger” dining opportunities will happen at The Inlet Grill & Gift on Sunday mornings at 9 am. 

And don’t forget our series of special park concerts–Night Sounds–scheduled on Friday or Saturday nights once a month near the full of the moon.  Concerts continue through May.

Please call 772-388-2750 for further details, or visit the events and programs pages of this site.

Come out to Sebastian Inlet State Park and experience why Florida State Parks are the Real Florida..


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From Indian River County: From Interstate 95, take the Fellsmere/Sebastian exit and go east (towards Sebastian) on County Road 512. After a short distance, turn right on County Road 510. This road will intersect with U.S. Highway 1. Continue east, over the Indian River, to State Road A1A. Turn left (north) and go 7 miles on State Road A1A, you will have arrived at Sebastian Inlet.From Brevard County: From Interstate 95, take the U.S. 192 exit and go east until you reach State Road A1A in Indialantic. Turn right (south) on State Road A1A and go 18 miles to get to Sebastian Inlet.

Our GPS locations are as follows:

North Ranger Station (North Entrance) N 27 degrees, 51.758 minutes x W 080 degrees, 27.063 minutes

South Ranger Station (South Entrance_ N 27 degrees, 51.523 minutes x W 080 degrees, 26.884 minutes 

Inlet Marina (State Park marina) N 27 degrees, 51.467 minutes x W 080 degrees, 27.571 minutes 

Park Administrative Offices N 27 degrees, 52.501 minutes x W 080 degrees, 27.419 minutes




  • Florida State Parks Pet Policy
  • Pets are permitted in the park with the exception of the swimming areas, jetties, public buildings or other specially posted areas, such as bird nesting sites. They must be restrained on a six-foot handheld leash at all times. Please clean up after your pets. Service animals are welcome in all areas of the park, as required by law.