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Photo: Marlen HurterThings to do in Indian River County U.S.A.

Things to do in Indian River County

McKee Botanical Garden

350 US Highway 1Vero Beach, FL 32962-2906

Round Island Beach Park

2201 Highway A1AVero Beach, FL

Pelican Island National Wildlife Refuge

4055 Wildlife WayVero Beach, FL 32963-9446

Vero Beach Museum of Art

3001 Riverside Park DrVero Beach, FL 32963-1874

McLarty Treasure Museum

13180 North A1ASebastian Inlet State ParkVero Beach, FL 32963\

 

Beaches

SEBASTIAN INLET STATE PARK- one of the best surfing sites in the U.S. Includes camping, fishing pier, fishing equipment and bait shop, nature walks, picnic tables, concessions, restrooms and boardwalk to beach. Admission $3.25 per car or $1.00 per walker.

TREASURE SHORES PARK- 3 miles north of County Road 510 on A1A with lifeguards, restrooms, picnic tables and showers.

GOLDEN SANDS BEACH PARK- 1.4 miles north of County Road 510 on A1A with lifeguards, restrooms, picnic areas and showers.

WABASSO BEACH PARK- on County Road 510 and A1A, just north of the Disney Vero Beach Resort. Includes concessions, lifeguards, covered picnic tables and showers.

TRACKING STATION BEACH- one mile north of Beachland Blvd. on A1A, this beach offers lifeguards, restrooms, showers and picnic tables.

JAYCEE PARK- Ocean Drive and A1A north of Beachland Blvd. This oceanfront park offers a large grassy picnic area with playground equipment, covered picnic tables, bathrooms, concessions and showers. A wooden boardwalk extends along the life-guarded beach for several blocks.

 

HUMISTON PARK- On Ocean Drive just 300 yards south of Beachland Blvd. Oceanfront park offering a large grassy picnic area with playground equipment, covered tables, showers, boardwalk and life-guarded beach.

SOUTH BEACH PARK- 17th Street just east of A1A. Widest beach in the area with lifeguards, picnic tables, restrooms and showers.

ROUND ISLAND PARK- On A1A South just north of the county line. This newly refurbished ocean-riverfront park offers lifeguards, picnic tables, showers and bathrooms on the oceanside. The riverside offers a boat ramp and fishing boardwalk along with an observation tower, picnic areas, bathrooms and showers.

PARKS

6th St. Ballfields 16th St. & 20th Avenue
45th St. Dock – 45th St. @ Indian River
512 Boat Launch
53rd Ave. – Open Area
8th and 34th Ave. – Open Area
Ambersands Beach Access – 12566 North A1A
Blue Cypress Park – 7400 Blue Cypress Lake Road
C-54 Boat Launch
Dale Wimbrow Park – 11805 Roseland Road, Roseland

Donald MacDonald Park – 12315 Roseland Road, Roseland
Fairgrounds -Ag. Building 7955 58th Ave.
Gifford Ball Field 4715 43rd Ave. /2420 45th Ct.
Gifford Park – 4715 43rd Ave.
Goldensands Park – 10350 North A1A
Grovenor Estates Park – 3205 10. St. SW
Hosie Schumann Park – 1760 37th Street
Hobart Ball Fields 5790 – 77th Street
Joe Earman Island Park – Accessible by boat in the Indian River Lagoon
Kiwanis Hobart Park – 5350 77th Street
Little Portion – 1900 71st Avenue
Live Oak Road – 2EA. off Wabasso Causeway
North County Regional Park – 9450 CR 512
Oslo Dock – 9th Street SE
Pine Hill P.k (Lone Pine) – 206 30th Avenue
Roseland Ball Field (Helen Hanson) – 8020 129th Court

Roseland Community Park and Community Center – 12925 83rd Avenue, Roseland
Round Island Oceanside Park – 2200 South A1A
Round Island Park – 2200 South A1A
Seagrape Trail Beach Access – 8302 North A1A
Sebastian Canoe Launch – Canoe Launch Cove (off of County Road 512)
Sebastian Riverside N. – U.S. #1 & Indian River Drive
South County Regional Park 800 20th Ave. SW
Tracking Station Park – 800 46th Place, North A1A
Treasure Shores Park – 11300 North A1A
Tropic Colony Park – 1820 46th Ave.
Turtle Trail Beach Access – 8102 North A1A
Vero Highlands – 211t Rd. off Highlands Dr.
Wabasso Beach Park – 1820 County Road 510 and A1A
Wabasso Causeway Park – 1820 Wabasso Beach Rd.
West Wabasso Park – 8900 64th Ave.

Photo: Marlen Hurter 

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