Cute and cozy updated cottage within a short walk to Vero's pristine beaches. Lush landscaping, well-appointed furnishings in a neighborhood setting. Granite countertops and new cabinets in spacious kitchen. Separate dining room for entertaining or setting out a lavish feast! Enjoy outdoor living under majestic oaks. What a vacation!
Activities and attractions in Vero Beach and
Atlantic Coast Central
boating, surfing, scuba or sky diving are only a few of the recreational
opportunities available to you in Indian River County. There are 19 private and
public golf courses convenient to every community. Like tennis? There are
numerous public tennis courts through out the county as well as private tennis
clubs and housing developments built around tennis. Need More? Try our hiking
and biking trails, riverside camping and seaside picnic facilities all
available to you year-round.
You will never be stuck
for a place to eat in Indian River County. The Vero Beach dining experience can
be found beachside as well as on the river and mainland. Travel north or south
along Hwy A1A to reach other well known eateries including the two restaurants
located in the Disney Resort.
Travel over the bridge
to dine at one of the many restaurants on Royal Palm Pointe or visit the
Historic Downtown area for a variety of cuisines. All along US Hwy 1 as well as
Rt. 60 you can find most any type of eating establishment that will please the
Shopping in Indian River
County is truly an exhilarating experience. From its charming independently
owned shops along the beaches and mainland to the quaint shops in Sebastian's
fishing village environment. Historic Downtown Vero Beach is home to many fine
shops and eating establishments while Route 60 west to I-95 is where you can
find the larger malls and shopping centers.
Free from the overcrowding
found in other tourist communities, Vero Beach, Sebastian and Indian River
County are indeed a shoppers dream.
Water is the main
attraction in Indian River County and the catalyst for two of its biggest
sports: boating and fishing.
The miles of calm waters, protected from the Atlantic Ocean by the barrier
islands, provide residents and tourists with many types of boating
opportunities. If you don't own a boat, deep sea fishing boats can
be chartered along the Indian River County coastline. Leisure cruises
operate out of both Vero Beach and Sebastian. And for those who like
airboating, Stick Marsh in the northwest corner of Indian River County
provides just the opportunity. Canoes and kayaks can also be rented from
various places including areas around the Sebastian Inlet
If you have a boat
and it is not moored at a marina, there are places in Indian River County that
provide free launching ramps and parking spaces:
Riverside Park, MacWilliam Park, East Oslo Road, Round Island
Park, Sebastian Yacht Club on Indian River Drive, Dale Wimbrow Park,
Donald MacDonald Park, Wabasso Causeway, Fellsmere Grade, Blue Cypress
Lake (Route 60 west of Vero Beach), and St. Johns Marsh - Barney Green (CR 512
west to Fellsmere).
If you are new to boating and have not launched a boat before, the State
of Florida Fish & Wildlife Commission/Boating has put together tips on boat
launching and other safety information.
The waters off Vero
Beach and all of Indian River County provide year-round enjoyment for people of
all ages. For saltwater fishing, besides the deeper, offshore waters, Sebastian
Inlet is a premier location. Boaters can cruise the shallow waters or anchor
near the jetties where grouper, snapper, and king mackerel abound. Further out,
dolphin, wahoo, tuna and marlin keep fishermen busy. To try your hand
at Offshore Fishing.
For those without boats, the Sebastian Inlet Park has two jetties reaching
into the Atlantic. Surf fishing and walking along the miles of
shoreline also provide great recreation.
are required for all non residents regardless of where they are fishing
- For residents, licenses are required when fishing from a
boat, shore, jetty. etc. (exemptions
are children under 16 and residents over 65).
Inland lakes and
the Sebastian River produce large mouth bass, black crappie, bluegills,
and other gamefish. The best locations are Blue Cypress Lake which covers 6,554 acres at the western end of
Indian River County--about 25 miles from Vero Beach on Route 60. The Stick Marsh a 6,500 acre reservoir in the northwest corner
of Indian River County which has been named one of the Top Ten Black Bass Lakes<b