On the water in Sebastian

If you love spending time on the water, Indian River County is your ideal destination! The Atlantic Ocean and the Indian River provide endless opportunities to feed your current passions and maybe even discover a few new ones. When our beautiful climate and abundance of navigable waters, boating is a natural year-round activity for residents and visitors alike. Whether you're sailing your schooner into a local marina or setting out in your bass boat from one of our many public launches, Indian River County is sure to impress. The Indian River and lagoon is known as the world’s most diverse eco-system, with dolphins, manatees and amazing species of birds providing entertainment during your time on the water. Are you more interested in seeing what lies below the surface? Scuba diving and snorkeling afford the chance to explore the coral and oculina reefs or get a look at site of the 1715 Spanish galleon wreck responsible for giving the Treasure Coast its nickname. If surfing is what gets your blood pumping, you're probably aware that Indian River County offers some of the finest waves on the east coast. The sand-bottom jetty break at the north side of Sebastian Inlet State Park is renowned in the surfing world and has even been called the birthplace of aerial surfing. You might even try your hand (or, more accurately, your whole body) at paddle boarding. You'll have so much fun you won't even realize you're getting a full workout! If getting a bird's eye view appeals to you, kiteboarding will offer a thrilling and unique way to get a new perspective on the area. What are you waiting for? It's always the perfect time to plan your getaway in the water wonderland of Indian River County!