Home  Fishing  Paddling  Hiking  Biking  Camping  Wildlife  Surfing  Snorkeling  Contact
 Local Services
Bed And Breakfasts
Port D' Hiver
Bike Sales and Rentals
Boat Rentals
Dining / Nightlife
Coconuts on the Beach
Florida's Fresh Grill
Old Fish House Bar and Grill

Fishing Charters

Captain Alex Gorichky
Fishing Tackle
Sunrise Marina
Kayak Sales
Surf Lessons
Sandy Beach Surfing
Canoe and Kayak Fishing Access
Space Coast South, Indian River Lagoon
{Jump to; ||| Beachside }
Claude Edge Front St. Park
2210 Front Street, Melbourne.
Claude Edge Front St. Park is located on Front Street along the Indian River in Downtown Melbourne at the base of the Melbourne Causeway. Features include boat ramps, picnic areas, fishing pier, pavillion, benches, shuffleboard.
GPS N 28 04.722 W 80 35.980
Google Satellite Image
Melbourne Riverview Park
2400 Riverview Drive, Melbourne
FROM SR-192 go 0.4 miles on US Hwy 1, turn left on Prospect Avenue and go 0.1, then turn right onto Riverview Drive and go 0.1 miles.
This 16-acre community river park includes a conservation area and a popular windsurfing site. The shoreline is accessible for fishing near the open grassy area where a 1-lane launch ramp is available for nonmotorized watercraft. A pavilion with grills is located nearby with restrooms, sand volleyball court, playground, and benches.
ADA ACCESSIBLE: Parking, Pavilion, Playground
Open after 7:00 a.m. until dark, except for scheduled use.
GPS N 28 04.394 W 80 35.953
Google Satellite Image
Castaway Point Park
2990 Bay Blvd. NE Palm Bay, FL 32905
This park is located on the northern shoreline of Palm Bay (The city's namesake bay) at the mouth of Turkey Creek and has two fishing docks, and a beach suitable for launching kayaks. On US-1 3.4 miles south of the Melbourne Causeway, turn east on Bay Blvd NE. Park will be on right.
GPS N 28 02.420 W 80 34.898
Google Satellite Image
Stearns Point Center
4295 Dixie Highway (US 1) Palm Bay, FL 32905
Located at the mouth of Turkey Creek where the creek enters the namesake bay for Palm Bay. It is located on the north east side of the US-1 / Turkey Creek Bridge just south of the Palm Bay Road US-1 intersection. Has a canoe dock, gazebo, lighted fishing area.
GPS N 28 02.049 W 80 34.818
Google Satellite Image
Pollak Park
1455 Main Street NE Palm Bay, FL 32905
This park features a boat ramp into Turkey Creek near the mouth with the Indian River Lagoon and a small shoreline fishing area. From US-1 take Palm Bay Road NE west and take the first left after going over the railroad tracks (Main St. NE). Follow Main St. south to the end.
GPS N 28 01.934 W 80 34.967
Google Satellite Image
A J Goode Park - Captain's House
1300 Bianca Drive NE Palm Bay, FL 32905
This park features a boat ramp and fishing pier and is located on the south shore of Turkey Creek. To get there from US-1 in Palm Bay take Port Malabar Blvd westward to Bianca Drive NE, turn right and follow the road to the end. There are some undeveloped islands in Turkey Creek just off the parks boatramp.
GPS N 28 01.788 W 80 34.940
Google Satellite Image
John Jorgensens Landing
5045 Highway 1, Grant
LOCATED on the Indian River Lagoon 2-miles south of Valkaria Road (0.3 miles north of First Street).
Boat ramps open 24 hours a day.
This active .49-acre boating area includes 300' of shoreline and boat ramps with docks and parking for 25 cars and trailers.
GPS N 27 56.250 W 80 31.791
Google Satellite Image
First Street Boat Ramp
4727 1ST Street, Grant
FROM Valkaria Road, go 2.3 miles south on US Hwy 1, turn left to the Indian River.
Boat ramps open 24 hours a day.
This .54-acre boating area provides access to the Indian River. Facilities include a 1-lane boat ramp, parking for 30 cars and 6 trailers, and a boat dock.
ADA ACCESSIBLE: Parking, 160' Dock.
GPS N 27 55.750 W 80 31.561
Google Satellite Image
Fishermans Landing
5795 S US Highway 1, Grant-Valkaria
FROM US-192 (Melbourne Cswy), go south 11 miles on US Hwy 1, entrance is on the left.
Featuring the Grant Historical House, this scenic 7.48-acre community river park is a perfect wayside stop for travelers and a convenient site for community events. The shaded pavilion and 2 grills with restrooms nearby, path and boardwalk invite picnics and leisurely strolls. The fishing deck accommodates fishing, and may be used by boaters to access the restrooms and picnic area. Although motorized boat launching is not permitted, hand-carried canoes and kayaks may put-in from the north parking area.
Open after 7:00 a.m. until dark, except for scheduled use.
ADA ACCESSIBLE: Parking, Restrooms, Pavilion, River Boardwalk, Fishing Dock.
GPS N 27 55.273 W 80 31.186
Google Satellite Image
Melbourne Causeway
Location: Extends along north and south side of S.R. #192. Indialantic.Size: 6,900 feet of river frontage or 6.3 acres. Facilities: Undeveloped off-road parking, access to water.
GPS N 28 05.266 W 80 34.885
Google Satellite Image
6th Avenue Boat Ramp and River Access
Pine St / 6th Ave Melbourne Beach, FL 32951, From A1A and 5th Avenue (192) in Indialantic, head South on A1A until it runs into Ocean Avenue, proceed straight forward, (the street becomes Oak at Ocean Ave.) for six blocks to 6th Avenue and turn to the west. The park is at the end on 6th.
GPS N 28 03.755 W 80 33.830
Google Satellite Image
Long Point Park
700 Long Point Road, Melbourne Beach
FROM US-192 (Melbourne Cswy) go 16 miles south on SR-A1A and turn right into the park.
FROM Sebastian Inlet go 1 mile north on SR-A1A.
This 84.5-acre conservation area and urban district river park offers shoreline fishing, waterfront camping, a fishing dock, a small bridge connecting to Scout Island for additional fishing. Also has nature trails and swimming pool. Nice campground!
GPS N 27 52.475 W 80 28.213
Google Satellite Image
Sebastain Inlet State Park
One of Florida's most popular state parks, Sebastain is a mecca for snook fishing and is easily located on Highway A1A about 15 miles south of Melbourne Beach. When you see the big bridge, you are there. Shoreline fishing can be had along the entire inlet shore, The north and south jetties, surf fishing from the beach south of the inlet, (the north side is one of the most popular surfing spots on the east coast of the country so if your game is surf fishing, go to the south side), two catwalks under the bridge, a small dock at the campground, (south side of the inlet) and the lagoon to the west. Other species caught are redfish, snapper, tarpon, seatrout, etc. Great kayaking in the area but be careful of the strong inlet currents. Launch closer to or on the lagoon (west) side. There are also hiking trails, biking trails, good snorkeling, diving, two museums, and a great sand bottom shallow swimming and wading lagoon. A boat ramp can be found on the south side on the lagoon. There are two museums on site. The McLarty Treasure Museum tells the story about the Spanish Treasure Fleet of 1715, that wrecked along the florida southeast coast in that year. The El Capitan was the northernmost shipwreck of that fleet and sank on the shallow sandbars within a mile of the south jetty. The museum is on the site of the survivors campground. The Sebastian Fishing Museum tells the history of the area's fishing industry.
N 27 51.683 W 80 26.931
Google Satellite Image
Back to Top