EXPERIENCE SEBASTIAN INLET
Primitive camping is defined as being without neighbors, electricity, running water, bathroom facilities and, often times, cell service. The Sebastian Inlet area has long been a favorite destination for family and friends, featuring two outstanding public campgrounds with unrestricted access to the Indian River Lagoon, pristine beaches, abundant wildlife and a dose of Florida coastal history. There are no condos anywhere near the three miles of beachfront within Sebastian Inlet State Park, a haven for surfers seeking the best breaks on the Florida coast.
The camping fee includes the use of park facilities such as boat ramps and playgrounds but does not include tour, attraction or museum fees. Marina Store restrooms available.
Firewood and limited camping supplies available at Marina store.
Toilet and outdoor shower facilities (cold water only) provided for campers at the Marina. Hot water shower facilities are available on South side of Sebastian Inlet Park (small fee charge).
Click here for Inlet Marina Camp Rules
Directions: The Marina is off State Road A1A, 8 miles South of Melbourne Beach, and 1 mile North of Sebastian Inlet Bridge. Turn into the State Park Admin. Offices entrance and the Marina is 1/2 mile through a gate.
WHAT TO BRING
- Protective Clothing
- Sun Protective Clothing (ie. Hats & Sun Shirts)
- Bug Spray (Also available for purchase on location)
- Other Personal Items
Required Park Entrance Fees
$8.00 per vehicle with multiple occupants. Limit 8 people per vehicle.
$4.00 Single-occupant vehicle or motorcycle.
$2.00 Pedestrians, bicyclists, extra passengers, passengers in vehicle with holder of Annual Individual Entrance Pass.