Sebastian Inlet, FL, might just be the premier destination for a little too much fun in, on, or under the water. At this idyllic Treasure Coast hot spot, it’s got your water game dialed in.
There’s a reason east coast wave riders consider Sebastian Inlet a surf mecca. With the most consistent surf break in FL, three miles of undeveloped pristine beach, and home of Surfriders Regular Joe Surf Fest, it’s hard to not find good waves. First Peak at the north jetty and monster hole usually have a catchable ride.
Need break from the break, paddle Indian River Lagoon. Home of Pelican Island Wildlife Refuge, the nation’s first, there’s an unending amount of flat water to explore by SUP or kayak.
As a travel destination, on top of a variety of nearby water front lodgings, you can camp at Sebastian Inlet State Park. All campsites are a short walk or bike ride from the action. Top it off with a beach stroll and join one of the lucky ones and find some real treasure that washes up on the beach.
Chill, grind, or mix it, Sebastian Inlet’s got you covered.