We spent 5 days at Sebastian Inlet State Park at the end of March. Absolutely love this park! We were directly across from the water. Beautiful views. Noseums were almost nonexistent. Would be back often if I could get reservations.
We just got back from our trip. We had a wonderful time. We were in campsite 56, brand new and big, all things considered. More than enough room for our 39 foot RV. We had a grill, picnic table and fire ring. We had a...更多
We were able to do a one-day advance booking for this park. Very friendly and helpful Ranger at check-in. Our site was large and close to washroom. Note that one water hookup serves two campsites. Camper who arrived next to me started to get upset...更多
We took our fifth wheel camper. We thought from the look of the map that our site was on the water.... #43, but it is just behind the mangroves and bushes that you cannot see. We had good shade, just no view. If we go...更多
What are you seeking? You shall find it here. This is the most attended State Park in the State as it has something for everyone North and South of the Inlet. Fishers, surfers, picnickers, swimmers, campers, hikers and birdwatchers. There are trails, beaches, boating, and...更多
From the Campground you can walk to the Beach.
There is a designated swimming area on the North Shore which is in the Inlet Cut and has swimming areas tied off, to get to that one you have to Drive over the bridge.
How far is the campground from the fishing pier?
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There is a smaller fishing pier in the coastal cut under the large bridge within walking distance of the campgroung and another smaller one that leads out on the cut. But to get to the very Large Pier that you see in all... 更多
There is a smaller fishing pier in the coastal cut under the large bridge within walking distance of the campgroung and another smaller one that leads out on the cut. But to get to the very Large Pier that you see in all the picturesgoes, you have to drive, go cross the Bridge north, go into the Statepark entrace which is on your left. Since you are in the campground you do not have to pay for the Statepark entrance, but you still have to wait in line if there is one.