The Sebastian Inlet is a water-lover’s paradise, with a swimming cove with wading areas, fishing, canoeing, kayaking and more. The park offers three beaches, as well as the Indian River Lagoon for non-motorized crafts. Waterfront pavilions and picnic area are available, as are boat ramps. Families can also hike along the one-mile Hammock Trail. At the McLarty Treasure Museum, kids can learn about the 1715 Spanish treasure fleet, or they can learn more about fishing at the Sebastian Fishing Museum. Camping is also available.
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If you love the ocean, you'll love this state park. Great for all ages. Clean bathrooms, gift shop, nice little museum, beaches, pier for fishing or just enjoying the ocean breeze and nice picnic...
There are 2 parts to this park. On one side is a small, but well done museum and gift shop. On the other side of the inlet is a swimming area and the fishing pier.…