Sebastian Inlet State Park RV & Campground Guide


Get active or go all-in on relaxation at Sebastian Inlet State Park. With three miles of white-sand beach, a fishing-friendly jetty, and some of the state’s best surfing, you’ll have your pick of pastimes. The wild waters of the Atlantic and the calm inlet allow all types of water sports, so you can surf in the morning and kayak in the afternoon. For classic Florida fun, break out the beach blanket and spend the day swimming in the waves or lounging by the sea. With two museums, wildlife, and a multi-use trail, this oceanfront park has enough fun for a busy weekend or a leisurely week. The town of Vero Beach is just 16 miles away, and Palm Bay lies 22 miles up the coast.

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Spring 55-80 F
Summer 70-90 F
Fall 65-85 F
Winter 55-75 F
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RV Resorts & Campsites in Sebastian Inlet State Park

With so much to do at Sebastian Inlet State Park, you’ll be ready to sleep soundly every night. Keep your stay comfortable and convenient by bringing your RV. Haven’t chosen the perfect motorhome yet? Try out your top options with an RV rental.

Sebastian Inlet State Park Campground

The best way to experience everything the park has to offer is to book a site in the Sebastian Inlet State Park campground. Choose from 51 sites, each with electricity and water hookups as well as a private picnic table and fire ring. Restrooms and a dump station are close to every site. If you need to get online, head to the marina and connect to the free Wi-Fi network. Sites cost $28 per night; this does not include taxes or the $6.70 reservation fee.

Vero Beach Kamp

Located 10 miles south of Sebastian Inlet State Park, Vero Beach Kamp is a luxurious base camp for your trip. Book one of the park’s grassy full-hookups sites. Each one offers a picnic table and cable TV service, so it’s easy to relax after a day in the sun. Enjoy a light activity at the shuffleboard, horseshoe, and bocce ball areas, or take the kids to the swimming pool or playground. If you’re craving a campfire, you’ll find established rings in the park. With restrooms, showers, a laundry area, and a dump station, this campground makes every part of your vacation more comfortable. In the high season, the hosts often plan group activities that make it easy to mingle with other campers. Summer rates start at $46.50 per night; winter rates rise to $61 per night. Be sure to check for weekly discounts.

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What to Do at
Sebastian Inlet State Park

Inside Sebastian Inlet State Park

If you’re coming to Sebastian Inlet State Park for the water, you have plenty of options. The park has a long, beautiful beach that’s perfect for sunbathing and swimming, and it also has a boat ramp. Be sure to watch the surfers as you relax by the shore, and if you’re an experienced surfer yourself, join in the fun on the Monster Hole and First Peak waves. On the other side of the park, the calm Indian River Lagoon is perfect for kayaking and stand-up paddleboarding. Learn about the history of fishing in the region at the Sebastian Fishing Museum, or discover the experiences of Spanish fortune-seekers at the McLarty Treasure Museum. Away from the water, you can mountain bike on three trails, hike the Hammock Trail, or go birding. In June and July, join a ranger program to see the loggerhead sea turtles as they make nests in the sand, and from March to October, you can spot manatees from the jetty and the shore.

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How to Get to
Sebastian Inlet State Park

Sebastian Inlet State Park is located off of the A1A highway, which runs along the Intracoastal Waterway. You can access this road from the north and the south. The closest entry point is via FL-510 near Wabasso.

Entering Sebastian Inlet State Park

Sebastian Inlet State Park is open 24 hours a day, every day of the year. The campground, however, has a gate that locks. If you’re coming in late, be sure to call ahead to get instructions for getting in.

Sebastian Inlet State Park Per vehicle (single occupant) : $4.0

Sebastian Inlet State Park Per vehicle (up to eight people) : $8.0

Sebastian Inlet State Park Extra passenger, pedestrian, bicyclist : $2.0

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Frequently Asked Questions About Sebastian Inlet State Park

What is the climate of Sebastian Inlet State Park?

The area around Sebastian Inlet State Park experiences hot, humid summers and mild winters. June, July, August and September see frequent rainy days. Winter temperatures generally hover in the 60s and 70s and are usually breezy.

What is the best time of year to visit Sebastian Inlet State Park?

Spring, fall and winter are often considered the best times of year to visit Sebastian Inlet State Park. Although the park is open through the summer, high temperatures, paired with the area’s high humidity, make the summer months uncomfortable.

What kind of wildlife can be found in Sebastian Inlet State Park?

Sebastian Inlet State Park is home to some of the most unique and fascinating wildlife in the country. Visitors can often spot opossums, raccoons, sea turtles, alligators, sharks and river otters. The area is also home to more than 190 bird species.

Are pets allowed at Sebastian Inlet State Park?

Pets, including dogs, are allowed at Sebastian Inlet State Park. All dogs must stay on a leash no longer than 6 feet at all times except when they are in a vehicle. Dogs are not allowed on the beach.

Are there designated RV camping spots in Sebastian Inlet State Park?

Designated RV camping is available at the Sebastian Inlet State Park campground. There are 51 sites with water and electrical hookups. Each site can accommodate RVs up to 40 feet long, and there are picnic tables, fire rings and grills.