Indian River County Beaches

“Sunrises not high-rises” That is our motto here in Vero Beach, Fellsmere and Sebastian. Indian River County has 26 miles of public beaches between Vero Beach and Sebastian, and not a single sky-scraper to shadow the beach due to zoning restrictions in place that prevent buildings more than four stories tall. This is what makes this beautiful destination a prime target for beach-goers.

But which beach do you choose? The destination has so many beaches to choose from. Each beach here is unique and there is a perfect beach for everyone, depending on what you’re looking for in a beach.

Treasure Hunters

If you’re a pirate looking for booty, you’re in luck! Indian River County is part of the Treasure Coast and has a few beaches known to have treasure lying around on the ocean floor.
• Seagrape Trail
• Wabasso Beach Park


These Atlantic Ocean beaches offer some of the best surfing spots in Indian River County.
• Sebastian Inlet State Park
• Wabasso Beach Park
• Sebastian Surfing Safari
• South Beach Park


Looking for a more secluded beach to relax on? These beaches provide a more rustic experience with undeveloped beachfronts and sand dunes.
• Seagrape Trail
• Treasure Beach State Park


While all of the beaches in Indian River County are family-friendly, here are a few that the kids are sure to love!
• Golden Sands Park
• Humiston Park
• Jaycee Park
• Sebastian Inlet State Park
• South Beach Park


If you want to observe sea turtles nesting, these beaches are some of the most significant habitats.
• Ambersands Beach Park
• Seagrape Trail
• Sebastian Inlet State Park

You can’t go wrong with any of the Indian River County beaches, but hopefully this will guide you to your perfect beach for the ultimate beach vacation. For more information, call (772) 567-3491 today.

  1. Just stopping by the visit IRC blog site. Great info that captures the pure essence of our beautiful county. Every time my family and I explore IRC we find something new. We relocated here a few years ago and plan on never leaving! I love the motto ‘sunrises not high-rises’ Thanks for the articles and beautiful images.

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