Sunday, May 18, 2008

FLORIDA'S SEBASTIAN INLET STATE PARK REPORT

Sebastian is known less for what happens on its beach than off it (hint: Surf's up!). Bring your board; this is one of the premier places in Florida to surf. When the waves are rolling in, Sebastian's "Monster Hole," about a third of a mile offshore south of the inlet, breaks the waves just right for a long ride. Look for more good surf action immediately north of the inlet.

Families who don't want little ones to contend with waves can watch them frolic in "The Cove," a protected, gently sloping pool of water north of the inlet.

Away from the three-mile stretch of pristine beach are a milelong nature trail and a 6 1/2 -mile Volksport path. They lead visitors over the jetty, down the beach, across the dunes and around The Cove before joining a paved walking/bike trail on the park's north side. Fishing is a popular pastime here, with fishermen casting from the park's pier and jetties.

Tent and RV campsites ($23 per night) are situated along the inlet on the shores of the Indian River Lagoon. You can bring a motorboat or rent one -- or a canoe or kayak -- at the park's marina.
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