- Art & Culture
- Explore Nature
- On The Water
- Family Friendly
- Speakers & Lecture Series
- Art Museum
- Art Classes
- Hiking Trails
- Sea Turtle Tours
- Manatee Viewing
- Treasure Hunting
- Educational Tours
- Eco Tours
- Botanical Gardens
- Historical Attractions & Markers
- Airboat Tours
- Tours & Cruises
- Diving & Snorkeling
- Watersport Rentals
- Beach Gear Rentals
- Surf Lessons
- Public Golf Courses
- Shooting Ranges
- Sports Complexes
Dale Wimbrow Park
The park lies along the Sebastian River and includes a large playground with new equipment, picnic pavilions, restrooms, boat launch, fitness trail, paved parking, fishing access and BBQ grills.
Indian River County Public Shooting Range
The facility consists of a 5-stand (shotgun) range, a pistol range consisting of 35 firing stations, a rifle range with 29 stations including two 200-yard target firing stations, an air gun range, a 65-yard archery range, as well as walk-through sporting clays and a walk-through archery course. The facility is fully manned to insure maximum shooting safety. In addition to the recreational aspects of the range, it is also a hunter’s education training facility with courses taught by the Florida Wildlife Conservation Commission and the Shooting Range staff.
Mel Fisher Museum
Visit the Mel Fisher Treasure Museum and dive into history. The experience is both educational and exciting - you can even lift an authentic Atocha gold bar! Join the millions who have witnessed this spectacular collection of cultural artifacts and treasure recovered from the ocean depths.
Marker Inscription reads: This point of land at the junction of the St. Sebastian River and the Indian River was once settles by aboriginal people, the Ais. Pottery shards and ancient shells can still be found along the shore. In 1889, L.C. Moore built the Ercildoune Hotel on the hill. President Grover Cleveland stayed there while hunting and fishing with Frank Forster and Paul Kroegel and his guides. Across US #1 is the public road, Dixie Highway, established on April 4, 1910. This led to the old wooden bridge, built in 1909, replacing the earlier ferry. The Ashley Gang was killed on the south end of this bridge in 1924.
Marker is in the wayside park at the intersection of US Hwy 1 and north Indian River Drive, as you travel north it is on the east side , Sebastian , FL32958
North Sebastian Conservation Area
The North Sebastian Conservation Area (NSCA) contains 407 acres of many different habitats. The conservation area is located west of US Highway 1, north of Main Street (in Sebastian) and south of Roseland Road. The conservation area is bounded on the western perimeter by Sebastian Airport and the Sebastian Golf Course. The area is primarily xeric oak scrub, a globally and locally endangered habitat (FNAI). Other habitats include: Sand and Pine Scrub, Sand Pine Forest, Scrubby Flatwoods, Mesic Pine Flatwoods, Wet Flatwoods (osprey nesting area), Freshwater Marsh, Upland Hardwood Forest, Wetland Forested Mix, Shrub, Brushland, freshwater Ponds and Lakes.
Riverview Park Splash Pad
The Splash Pad is a great place to take the little ones on a hot Florida day. Colorful fountain structures spray a cool and refreshing stream of water that offers endless fun for the whole family! The Splash Pad is located in the heart of town at Riverview Park along the Indian River Lagoon.
Schumann Tennis Park
Sebastian Area Historical Museum
Located in the 1927 Historic Sebastian Public School and displays local area history exhibits.
Sebastian Fishing Museum
Located on the south side of the Sebastian Inlet. The museum tells the interwoven history of the area's first settlers and the fishing industry. Inside you will find a replica of an original fish house and dock. A homemade fishing boat, nets, fishing gear, and photos of fishing in the lagoon also.
Sebastian Inlet State Park
The park also contains two museums: McLarty Treasure Museum and Sebastian Fishing Museum.
Sebastian Inlet Tidal Pool
Located on the North Side of the Sebastian Inlet State Park is a shallow tidal pool with a sand bottom composition teeming with tropical fish, crabs, starfish, shells, shrimp, squid and lobster. A small rock jetty encloses the pool with a 200 ft. wide opening into the inlet. Manatees are commonly seen swimming in the pool. This spot is ideal for young families and snorkelers!