Moore’s Point

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

Navy Seal Museum

The National Navy UDT-SEAL Museum is the only museum dedicated solely to preserving the history of the Navy SEALs and their predecessors, including the Underwater Demolition Teams, Naval Combat Demolition Units, Office of Strategic Services Maritime Units and Amphibious Scouts and Raiders.
 3300 N. Hwy A1A , Fort Pierce , FL34949

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.
 West of US Hwy 1, North of Main St and South of Roseland Rd in Sebastian , Sebastian , FL

Oceanside Shopping

This six-block district features unique boutiques in a village atmosphere that overlooks the Atlantic Ocean. Beautiful parks offer respite from the shopping extravaganza that includes men’s and women’s apparel, gifts, home accents, art galleries, day spas, fine jewelers and chef-inspired restaurants. Don’t overlook the side streets during your seaside shopping fiesta.
 Ocean Dr. and Cardinal Dr. between Flamevine and Conn Way , Vero Beach , FL32963

Old Vero Man Site

Vero man refers to a set of fossilized human bones found in Vero Beach in 1915 and 1916. The human bones were found in association with those of Pleistocene animals. Recent studies show that the Vero human bones are from the Pleistocene, and are the largest collection of human remains from the Pleistocene found in North America. In 2014, excavation began in partnership with Mercyhurst Archaeological Institute. Tours are available at the excavation site.

 P.O. Box 351 , Vero Beach , FL32961

Oslo Riverfront Conservation Area

Lush tropical hammocks, great birding, and a dash of history along the mangrove-edged waters of the Indian River Lagoon make Oslo Riverfront Conservation Area a diverse and interesting place to explore. Ferns and wild coffee grow to enormous sizes, bromeliads dangle like chandeliers in the forest canopy, and unusual fungi sprouts from rotting logs in the forest floor. Add trails and you have yourself an afternoon’s worth of adventure.
 Oslo Road, East of US Hwy 1 , Vero Beach , FL

Paul Kroegel Statue

Located in Riverview Park is a bronze statue in honoring Paul Kroegel, the first warden and first refuge manager of Pelican Island, looking out at the Indian River Lagoon and smoking his pipe.
 Riverview Park on Indian River Dr , Sebastian , FL32958

Pelican Island Audubon Society

The birding resource for Indian River County.
 P.O. Box 1833 , Vero Beach , FL32961

Pelican Island National Wild Refuge

Pelican Island is listed as the first national wildlife refuge in the United States. Established by an executive order of President Theodore Roosevelt on March 14, 1903, it was created to protect egrets and other birds from extinction through plume hunting. The refuge consists of a 3-acre island that includes an additional 2.5 acres of surrounding water and is home to hundreds of species of animals including birds, fish, plants, and mammals. Guided and self-guided tours are available throughout the year.
 4055 Wildlife Way , Vero Beach , FL32963


River Park Plaza

Pareidolia Brewing Company, Ice cream shops, and restaurants.
 480 US Hwy 1 area , Sebastian , FL32958

Riverside Children’s Theatre

Fantastic shows designed for children, exciting character breakfasts, specially designed classes & camps with acting, music, art, dance & much more!
 3250 Riverside Park Dr , Vero Beach , FL32963

Riverside Park Riverwalk

 3200 Riverside Park Dr , Vero Beach , FL32963

Riverside Theatre

Riverside Theatre is America’s largest small town professional theatre. As the largest producing accredited professional theater in the state, Riverside Theatre offers its audience over 255 performances each year.
 3250 Riverside Park Dr , Vero Beach , FL32963-1877

Riverside Theatre Distinguished Lecturer Series

The Riverside Theatre Distinguished Lecturer Series is proud of the tradition it established 17 years ago for bringing the finest and most diversified guest lecturers to one of the preeminent theatre locations on the Treasure Coast. We invite you to join us this season as we celebrate our rich and notable past, and our exciting future.
 3250 Riverside Park Dr , Vero Beach , FL32963

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.
 600 US Hwy 1 , Sebastian , FL`32958

Riverwalk Shopping Center

Located in the heart of the business district, a plaza and surrounding area provide shopping options including Inlet Wines, a large grocer, women’s apparel and several restaurants.
 US Hwy 1 North of CR 512 , Sebastian  , FL32958

Roseland Ball Field

 8020 129th Ct , Roseland , FL32957

Roseland Plaza

Bealls Outlet, Goldsmith Jewelers, Dollar General and restaurants.
 13600 US Hwy 1 area , Sebastian , FL32958

Round Island Park

  • parking
  • boardwalk
  • shower
  • restroom
  • picnic
  • lifeguard
  • playground
This park has access to both the Atlantic Ocean and the Indian River Lagoon. You're also almost guaranteed to see a manatee! There are trails, boardwalks and an observation tower. This is a favorite spot for locals and visitors to launch their kayaks or canoes. Amenities include ample parking, boat ramp & boat parking, childrens' playground and two picnic pavilions.
 2200 S. Hwy A1A , Vero Beach , FL32963

Royal Palm Pointe

Over 57 businesses call the riverfront area of Royal Palm Pointe home. Anchored by a scenic water park and located south of the Merrill Barber Bridge, off Indian River Blvd. The gamut of services range from professional offices, are & antiques, hair salons, frame shop & gallery, day spas, fine jewelry, and marine center, to ethnic, seafood and dining establishments.
 2 Royal Palm Pt , Vero Beach , FL32960

Royal Palm Pointe Park & Fountains

Open green space is planted with palm trees, flowers and shrubs from Indian River Blvd. to the river, with businesses on each side. Parts of the green space are available for community events. Scenic river views,  fishing dock, picnic tables & restrooms. Walking towards the river, there is an "interactive" fountain for kids of all ages! . The fountains usually run Wednesdays through Saturdays from 10:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.
 2 Royal Palm Pt , Vero Beach , FL32960

Safari Golf and Games

Safari Mini Golf and Games has been a favorite family fun destination in Vero Beach for over 25 years. The only family fun center in Indian River County, we offer entertainment for both kids AND adults! Thirty-six holes of mini golf in the lush safari jungle, a huge arcade room with big screen projector, party packages for every event need, and even batting cages! Did we mention our award-winning, hand-dipped ice cream?
 455 9th St SW , Vero Beach , FL32962

Seagrape Trail

  • parking
  • boardwalk
The perfect low-key beach spot! If you goal is to relax, this is your beach. The parking lot allows for only 20 spaces. Exciting things to see at this beach: treasure salvaging boats just 20ft off the beach searching for treasure, baby sea turtle hatchlings (there are numerous nests) and stretches of beautiful coastline. Sit back and relax! 
 3802 S. Hwy A1A , Vero Beach , FL32963

Sebastian Area Historical Museum

Located in the 1927 Historic Sebastian Public School and displays local area history exhibits.
 1235 Main St , Sebastian , FL32958

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.
 9700 S. Hwy A1A , Melbourne Beach , FL32951

Sebastian Inlet State Park

  • parking
  • boardwalk
  • shower
  • restroom
  • picnic
  • lifeguard
  • playground
Sebastian Inlet State Park is a must have experience while visiting! The park provides fishing from both its Atlantic and Indian River shores; fishing jetties extend from both sides of the inlet into the ocean. Other activities include: swimming, enjoying the water views, world class surfing, camping, bird watching, boating and diving. Wildlife is abundant in the park, and the casual visitor can see ospreys and many species of shorebird. Sea turtles nest in the park, and visitors during the summer may make reservations for a nighttime tour to observe nesting turtles.
The park also contains two museums: McLarty Treasure Museum and Sebastian Fishing Museum.
 9700 S. Hwy A1A , Melbourne Beach , FL

Sebastian Inlet State Park

Don't Miss the Turtle Walks in June-July! Reservations: Turtle Walk programs are presented during the months of June and July. Reservations for the month of June begin on May 15 from 10:30 AM to 3:30 PM. Reservations for the month of July begin on June 15 from 10:30 AM to 3:30 PM. Contact the Sebastian Fishing Museum 772.388.2750 for reservations. Turtle Walks at the Sebastian Fishing Museum are limited to 20 guests and are conducted Friday through Tuesday at the Sebastian Fishing Museum.
 9700 S. Hwy A1A , Melbourne Beach , FL32951

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!
 9700 S. Hwy A1A , Melbourne Beach , FL32951

Sebastian Working Waterfront

Dedicated to the Sembler, Smith, and Judah families who pioneered commercial fishing in the Indian River Lagoon in the early 1900's.