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Sebastian Inlet State Recreation Area Campground

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Reviewed 1 week ago

SISP is a great place to camp, boat, fish, bird watch, snorkel, scuba dive, stargaze and relax. Perfect place for awesome sunrise and sunsets. The rangers and camp hosts are friendly and helpful. The campground is on the Sebastian Inlet. You are with in walking distance to the Atlantic ocean and the IRL (Indian River Lagoon). Boat launch and 2...

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Dartmouth, Nova Scotia, Canada
Reviewed 11 January 2017

We were able to do a one-day advance booking for this park. Very friendly and helpful Ranger at check-in. Our site was large and close to washroom. Note that one water hookup serves two campsites. Camper who arrived next to me started to get upset that I was connected to his water but then realized it was a double hookup....

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Inglis, Florida
Reviewed 4 December 2016

This is an excellent Park for fishing and swimming both in the park, and the Atlantic. Noseeums, are not any fault of the park, they thrive in Florida, find what works to keep them off. We stayed 5 nights on site "46", and enjoyed every minute, plan to make reservations for 7 nights next Nov. Rangers, and camp hosts very...

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South Florida, Florida
Reviewed 23 October 2016 via mobile

Typical government price gouge here. Over 8.00 a piece to enter. For what? This park offers nothing special. Pull off the road (A1A) before or after this government joke & walk the beach or trails for free. Also for 8 bucks you think they could pick up some of the trash laying around. Complete Joke. Way to go Brevard County.

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Thank Palleschi
Jacksonville, Florida
Reviewed 17 July 2016

Just returned from 5 nights at Sebastian Inlet camping. It was the most beautiful place we have visited so far in our small 24 ft. motorhome. Crossing the bridge to the camping area took our breath away. The aqua/emerald green water is so clear! Upon entering, the rangers are so nice and helpful giving information. The campsites are clean and...

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2Thank tikijoe
South Florida, Florida
Reviewed 22 June 2016

We took our motorhome to Sebastian Inlet on a Monday night mid-June. Even though it was a Monday, the campground was full with friendly summer campers. The raked gravel sites are close together but angled so you are not looking directly into one another's camp site. The waterfront view from site #5 is beautiful. We watched the pelicans swoop and...

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2Thank southfloridaholly
Edgewater, Florida
Reviewed 1 June 2016

We took our fifth wheel camper. We thought from the look of the map that our site was on the water.... #43, but it is just behind the mangroves and bushes that you cannot see. We had good shade, just no view. If we go again we would pick spots between 1 and 20 which you have a better view....

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3Thank Cindyhideaway
Springfield, Missouri
Reviewed 23 March 2016

We stayed 7 nights in a fifth wheel. The park is isolated from city amenities. It is 15 miles from dining and shops. It was difficult to sit outside with all the bugs. We need a screen room. Fishing was good everywhere, the beach, the inlet, the piers and all over. We always saw people catching fish. It took about...

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2Thank Randy B
Scotts Valley, California
Reviewed 25 December 2015

We arrived late Christmas Eve, hopped out of the car and within seconds started getting eaten. We set up the tent in a hurry and hopped in for the night. Christmas morning, we used the bathroom, had breakfast at the beach under the bridge, took down our tent at record speed and fled. My daughter, age 9, has 120 bug...

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2Thank CaliforniaMomOfTwo
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Reviewed 22 November 2015

What are you seeking? You shall find it here. This is the most attended State Park in the State as it has something for everyone North and South of the Inlet. Fishers, surfers, picnickers, swimmers, campers, hikers and birdwatchers. There are trails, beaches, boating, and wildlife, despite the people. This is a great place for migrating birds who stop to...

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Additional Information about Sebastian Inlet State Recreation Area Campground

Address: Sebastian Inlet State Recreation Area, Melbourne, FL 32951
Region: United States > Florida > Brevard County > Melbourne
Number of rooms: 51
Also Known As:
Sebastian Inlet State Recreation Area Campground Hotel Melbourne
Sebastian Inlet State Recreation Area Campground Melbourne, Florida
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“Loop one has great inlet views”
 of 5 bubbles DebAJac, 15 Feb 2017 | Read review
“There are water side camp sites.”
 of 5 bubbles RolyM_13, 11 Jan 2017 | Read review
“Sites in the back do not have a view of the water but offer more privacy. May be less breeze also.”
 of 5 bubbles tikijoe, 17 Jul 2016 | Read review
“Choose a site on the first 2 rows where the numbers start.”
 of 5 bubbles Cindyhideaway, 1 Jun 2016 | Read review
“Lots of RVs here and not a lot of visual privacy; perimeter sites slightly more private than center”
 of 5 bubbles CaliforniaMomOfTwo, 25 Dec 2015 | Read review
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