This 2,825-acre park has something for everyone. There are plenty of hiking trails to observe native wildlife and visitors can bike, boat, camp, clam, crab, fish, hunt, horseback ride, kayak, picnic, surf and swim.
KIDBIT: The park offers youth cultural, history and nature programs.
FAMILY MUSTS: Discover the beach as it was in early 1900s at the Indian River Life-Saving Station Museum. Once home to the United States Lifesaving Service that responded to shipwrecks along the coast, the structure now serves as the park’s main visitor center and museum on the state’s maritime history.
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