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Surfrider Foundation and the Barrier Island Center teamed up and planted 2,000 sea oats on the south side of Sebastian Inlet State Park. Looking at the pictures the volunteers had a grand time planting the sea oats! Sea oats are … Continue reading
The Florida Pro Surf Contest was a weeklong event held at Sebastian Inlet State Park in January. The cash purse for the women’s division is the largest ever in the United States. 14 of the top 22 female surfers in … Continue reading
Florida Tech University students from Melbourne, Florida came to Sebastian Inlet State Park to make a different and they sure did! Park staff cut woody plants in the dune area near the north jetty. The Florida Tech students hauled these … Continue reading
In August, Sebastian Inlet State Park rangers found a very young and weak juvenile brown pelican that would not eat. It was taken to the Florida Wildlife Hospital in Melbourne, Florida with help from Wild Florida Rescue. They got the young pelican to eat on its own. After a … Continue reading
Learn how to fish at Sebastian Inlet State Park! Click on our new page “Fishing at Sebastian Inlet”.
Located at Sebastian Inlet State Park is the McLarty Treasure Museum. The McLarty Treasure Museum is a National Historical Landmark Site of the 1715 Spanish Plate Fleet Survivors’ & Salvaging Camp. On April 8, a program told the rich history … Continue reading
A Great Horned Owl made a nest in a group of cardinal air plant, on a branch of a live oak tree, at Sebastian Inlet State Park. During a powerful storm one of the two babies fell out of the … Continue reading
When the Friends of Sebastian Inlet State Park found out the camp host’s old golf cart needed to be replaced, we came to the rescue. The Friends purchased a new 2017 Cushman Hauler 800 for $6,600.00. The campground hosts are … Continue reading
St John’s Wood rocked the park with the British invasion music of the 1960’s and 1970’s. Setting a Night Sounds concert attendance record with over 600 people enjoying the music and dancing into the night.