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About Sebastian Inlet State Park
Drive In
Walk In
Boat In
ADA Accessible
Alcohol Allowed
Drinking Water
Electric Hookups
Fires Allowed
Firewood Available
Pets Allowed
Phone Service
Picnic Table
Sanitary Dump
Sewer Hookups
Trash Available
Water Hookups
Sebastian Inlet State Park is located in Florida
27.856 N
-80.446 W
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17 Reviews of Sebastian Inlet State Park

I would give a four or five star rating except for the bathrooms were dirty. Toilets clogged over 24 hours. May of been a shortage or volunteer camp host , however there were plenty at of Park Rangers idle at check in. Plenty of activity, many sites have been upgraded to 50amp service. Need a bike or vehicle to get to beach area. Plenty of traffic for boat ramp.

Peace on the water

This park is right on the water. We saw a giant sea turtle bigger than a manhole cover. We watched dolphins play at sunrise. We were parked right across from the water. My husband and the kids fished off the rocks

Place is awesome!

Amazing little campground right on the water. Clean restroom facilities. Close to beaches. People are friendly. If you’re trying to surf or fish stay here!

Great campsites

Good fishing, nice people, clean facilities

Great birthday vacation

A beautiful and fun place to spend your vacation. Bath houses were kept clean and were very accessible to everyone. Surfing, paddle boarding, swimming, picnicking, fishing, boat docks, playground and much more. We loved it.

Love it!!

We were parked at spot 8. Which offers a great view of the water. My only complaint is that the no-see-in’s are relentless. This is not a fault of the park so it does not rate in my review. Do come with plenty of big spray rated or tested for no-see-umm or with a screen tent. Otherwise, I have already booked a spot a month from now and next year.

Treasure Coast charm

Very clean park, downfall is no sewer hookup, 30 amp service most sites. Newer sites have no shade however 50amp but hard to come by. 24 hr access. Several sites share water so you may need 75’ hose. Some sites could use some tree trimming could not extend awning. Overall a nice clean park. Swimming you need a car to get to the beach. Update sites 32-44 now have 50amp service.

Would go again and again!

Love Sebastian! So much to see and do. Beautiful surroundings overlooking the Inlet! Spaces and restrooms were so clean.

Primitive Camping @ BG Marina

We did not camp in the Sebastian Inlet State Park campground, but instead chose the primitive experience through BG Marina. There are 10 campsites at the marina that are great if you want a place to launch your boat and camp out between fishing trips. Each has a picnic table and fire pit. They are also well shaded. However, the sites are very close together and not private at all- it can get a little loud if crowded. There are clean bathrooms, access to water, but no showers.

Beachfront Camping

If you like camping and water sports, you will love SISP. The park is sorrounded by water, you have the Indian River Lagoon, The Sebastian Inlet and the Atlantic Ocean. The campgrounds is located on the Sebastian Inlet. The sites on the 1st camp loop face the inlet. The views are breathtaking. You can watch the stingrays and dolphins jumping out of the water. You can watch the sunrise over the Atlantic and watch is set over the Inlet. There is an awesome cove area that is perfect for families with small children. There are two boat ramps located within the park, one for motorized vessels and one for non motorized vessels. They also have a marina about a mile down the road where they have boat, kayak and SUPB rentals. SiSP is home to the world famous fishing pier. There are two fishing piers that extend out into the Atlantic ocean. Great for catching shark, Snook and Redfish. You can snorkel and scuba dive in the Cove (great for small children), Inlet or Atlantic, you have to have your own gear. There is a reef just a few hundred yards off the beach. There is an abundance of sea life including , dolphins, manatees and sea turtles. Dont forget to bring your surfboard. The museam offers sea turtle walks during nesting season. If you have a boat you can go out to the sandbar and anchor out for a day fun on the water. There is a great restaurant that has dining views of the Atlantic ocean. I had lunch up on the deck one day and watched the Tarpon run. The restaurants serves breakfast and lunch. I recomend the Mahi sandwich with a cold beer. They also serve alcohol and wine. They show movies on the water. Enjoy a movie while you float in the cove on you tube.