It’s A Dogs World In Indian River

Aug 11, 2022 / indian-admin

Want to plan a vacation but don't want to leave your furry friend behind? Many people consider their dogs to be family members not - just pets – and leaving them behind can be difficult. With several hotel options and even a mobile vet, Indian River County is the perfect place to plan a family vacation. More

8 Unique Things To Do in Indian River

Mar 11, 2022 / Kirk Funnell

Unlike some other coastal destinations, Vero Beach has managed to preserve its charm and local flavor. Though celebrities frequent this Treasure Coast town, it stays just enough under the radar that it doesn’t attract a raucous, partying crowd. More

Vero Beach Sunrises Not High Rises

Jun 02, 2017 / Kirk Funnell

Vero Beach Sunrises Not High RisesThis article appeared in the Palm Beach Post on May 15, 2017Vero BeachWhen looking for a beach escape, I want to see the sea, not towering condos and hotels that cast long shadows and block the sun. It’s one of the reasons I love Vero Beach, where zoning restrictions prevent buildings more than four stories tall.“Our motto is ‘sunrises not high-rises,’” says Allison McNeal, a third-generation Veroite and director of tourism for the Indian River Chamber of Commerce. More

Five Reasons Vero Beach Is Your New Favorite Florida Destination

Jun 29, 2016 / Kirk Funnell

Five Reasons Vero Beach Is Your New Favorite Florida DestinationThis article appeared in The on June 28, 2016While too many of Florida’s waterfront cities have succumbed to claustrophobic overdevelopment, tacky tourist traps, and high-rises, Vero Beach remains the breath of fresh air. Though classified as a city, Vero, with a strict policy that no building can exceed four stories, feels more like a seaside village. More

Vero Is Our Hero

May 13, 2016 / Kirk Funnell

Want to do Orlando but don’t want to overdo it? Here’s a bit of real magic: You can combine a visit to a dreamy seaside town with a dip into Walt’s world. More