A rural wonderland, Fellsmere, Florida offers a surprising number of eco-friendly travel experiences. It’s home to Blue Cypress Lake one of the world’s largest osprey nesting sites and boasts one of the top fishing spot in the world for bass and crappie. The St. Sebastian River Preserve State Park offers 60 miles of picturesque, untouched natural beauty. The park protects the West Indian manatee, red-cockaded woodpecker and Florida scrub. Music lovers will enjoy some of the best bluegrass bands in the state hosted at Marsh Landing Restaurant, an iconic landmark in its own right. Fellsmere has been proclaimed Frog Leg Capital of the World and The Frog Leg Festival holds 2 Guinness Book World Records for The Most Frog Legs served in the course of one business day and the Largest Frog Leg Festival in the world!
Fellsmere, the most rural town in Indian River County, is located in the northwestern part of Indian River County. The beautiful natural resources of the Stick Marsh make this one of the hottest trophy bass fishing lakes in the Country.