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Friends of sebastian inlet state park, inc 


The Friends Sebastian Inlet State Park are here to be just that a friend. We lend a hand to the Sebastian Inlet State Park when they are in need, whether it's funding some much needed equipment or buying more bike racks for different areas through out the park.  We are here to help.

Our Park

The Sebastian Inlet State Park is full of adventures. You can walk the beach or venture down the bike trails. There is so much wild life you can see here at the Sebastian Inlet; Manatees, sea turtles, and so many different kinds of birds. You can learn more about the park by visiting

NIGHT SOUNDS 2023/2024

The Friends of Sebastian Inlet State Park would like to thank our

fans and park staff for an outstanding 2023/2024 season.

Attendance this season exceeded last season. It was an amazing

season as there were only 9 concerts (due to rain) compared to

10 concerts last season. Food Trucks were present at all the

concerts and were so popular with our fans that they will return

next season.


If you want to join the team and see what volunteer opportunities are available at Sebastian Inlet State Park go to

*To view the latest projects the Friends have purchased for the park click HERE*

APRIL, 2024 photo contest winner!!!

This beautiful photo of a Brown Pelican taken by Susannah Heyno.

Aprils photo contest winner is Susannah Heynio, 42, from Plant City, FL.  The photo is a Brown Pelican taken on the south side of Sebastian Inlet State Park. The amazing brown pelicans can be found throughout Sebastian Inlet State Park in abundance. This abundance of brown pelicans is a success story as they were seriously endangered in the 1970s. The brown pelicans feeding behavior is spectacular, as they plunge headfirst into the water in pursuit of fish. They are the only pelican to feed this way as other species swim on top of the water to hunt for fish. They can fly up as high as 100 feet before folding back their wings and plunging into the sea. Pictured here is a juvenile brown pelican, you can distinguish the juveniles from the adults based on the birds plumage. The younger pelicans are all brown in color, while the adults get a beautiful white head with yellow or brown coloration. Come check out the brown pelicans at Sebastian Inlet State Park and potentially catch their amazing feeding behavior.

Upcoming events

  • Thursday, July 18, 2024 9:00 PM
    Fishing Museum
  • Friday, July 19, 2024 9:00 PM
    Fishing Museum
  • Saturday, July 20, 2024 9:00 PM
    Fishing Museum

FSISP Board Meetings Every 4th Wednesday of the Month*

* Excluding June, July, August, and December


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13180 North A1A, Vero Beach, FL 32963

(772) 388-2750

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