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About Sebastian Inlet State Park
Campgrounds in Sebastian Inlet
Might as well tell people that you camped on the Atlantic Ocean on this skinny inlet, where, looking eastward, you won’t find another patch of...
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Great place for fishing! There is also hiking and bike trails and of course the beach! The state park camp sites are great with water and electricity hook ups. Also available is primative camping at the Sebastian inlet marina, still on state park property and passes are provided to get you in the North and South gates.
History of Sebastian Inlet State Park
Sebastian Inlet State Park is home to two museums. The McLarty Treasure Museum is situated on a survivors camp of the wrecked 1715 Spanish Plate Fleet. The museum features artifacts, displays and an observation deck that overlooks the ocean. Salvagers still work to recover gold, silver and the 'Queen's jewels' that were lost to the sea. The Sebastian Fishing Museum depicts the lives and history of the people who lived in Sebastian, interwoven with fishing and the Indian River Lagoon. The museum commemorates three of Sebastian’s early families that operated fish houses.