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Sebastian Inlet State Park


9700 South A1A
Melbourne Beach, FL 32951
321.984.4852
No Email Address
http://www.floridastateparks.org/sebastianinlet/default.cfm
6 Reviews
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We stayed two nights and it was a wonderful campsite. The no-seums were a bit annoying but not too bad.

Received from Mary for visit in Jan 2010


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Stay Again? YES
Beautiful location. As nearly everyone else has stated the no-see-ums were TERRIBLE. They nearly devoured all of us. The park REALLY needs to get them under control.

Received from Larry for visit in Jun 2009


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Nice campground on the inlet. Great fishing is available here. The pull thrus are huge, the waterfront sites are very short for the most part. All in all pretty good with one problem. BEES! The park is full of sea grape trees and the bees love them. We could not sit outside anytime during the day without being attacked by swarms of them. Several children were heard crying because they had been stung several times. Not sure if it's a seasonal thing but it pretty much ruined our stay here. We camped here in a Motorhome.

Received from John V for visit in Oct 2007


Site Number: 21
Stay Again? YES
Pros - Basically a nice, Well run camp with clean showers, 3 washer and 3 dryers in each of two locations. shore fishing and fishing piers, breakwater walks, two-lane boat ramp with cleaning station, beach launching for kayaks etc. On North side is a swimming area off the inlet, concession stand, bait and tackle shop, Atlantic beaches (also about a mile South). About a mile North is Park HQ with a Marina for canoe and kayak rentals. Cons - The no-see-ums are bad. We left early because my wife was so badly bitten up. There seems to have been no particular effort spent on making sites level. Seeing 4 to 7-inch high blocking under rigs was common.

Received from Dick R for visit in Sep 2007


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Stay Again? YES
The park is beautiful, filled with banana trees, a nice swimming area and an abundance of ocean flora & fauna. The downside is that the no see-ums outnumber the population of people on earth. They are so small, they easily get into campers and preventative action is mandatory for survival. :) Bring your strongest bugspray. Cuz, if you can handle the bugs, this place might just be your paradise.

Received from Tracy for visit in Jun 2007


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Stay Again? YES
We love this campground. We have stayed at this campground for the last eight years. They have fourteen waterfront sites. They have no shade. Anything over thirty foot would have a hard time navigating these sites. Their pull thru sites are huge. You could easily put two forty foot rigs on one pull thru site. Some sites have some shade. Their parking lot is huge, so if you get there a little early, they will allow you to park in their parking lot until your site becomes available. Fishing is great. They have several fishing piers you can fish from. You can see manatees and dolphins playing in the water. No seeums are really bad here in the warmer weather. They do not spray for the no seeums nor mosquitos, so take your own spray and foggers. I have not been in any Florida State Parks where they sprayed for bugs. Camphosts do a great job in keeping the bathrooms and sites clean. There are two bath houses with washers and dryers. You are about fifteen miles from both Vero Beach and Sebastian.

Received from Anon for visit in Jan 2007


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Stay Again? YES



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