Beaches in Brevard County Florida - great for saltwater fishing

Public Beach Accesses
South of Melbourne Beach
to Sebastian Inlet, Florida




Public Beach Accesses South of Melbourne Beach to Sebastian Inlet, Florida

 


 

 

 

Public Beach Accesses in Indialantic and Melbourne Beach

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North ~ Beach Accesses Indialantic & Melbourne Beach
Spessard Holland Park ~ North28° 03'18.41" N   80° 33'04.84" W Yes
100+/-
Yes •Pedestrian
  access
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Beach Access28° 03'02.84" N   80° 32'57.91" W Yes
18+/-
No •Pedestrian
  access
Spessard Holland Park ~ South28° 02'50.39" N   80° 32'51.57" W Yes
100+/-
Yes •Pedestrian
  access
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Coconut Point Park28° 01'20.10" N   80° 32'09.68" W Yes
60+/-
Yes •Pedestrian
  access
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Juan Ponce De Leon Landing28° 00'37.94" N   80° 31'49.17" W Yes
48
Yes •Pedestrian
  access
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Atlantic Dr. &
A1A
27° 58'59.81" N   80° 30'58.92" W Yes
8
No •Pedestrian
  access
Marks Landing Pl. &
A1A
27° 57'19.52" N   80° 30'07.37" W Yes
5
No •Pedestrian
  access
8455 Hwy. A1A
Melbourne Beach
FL 32951

Bonsteel Park
27° 54'05.74" N   80° 28'16.31" W Yes
25+/-
No •Pedestrian
  access
River Oaks Rd. &
A1A
27° 53'11.01" N   80° 27'44.01" W Yes
12+/-
No •Pedestrian
  access
Sebastian Inlet State Park 27° 51'53.64" N   80° 27'03.44" W Yes
140+/-
Yes •Pedestrian
  access
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South ~ Towards Indian River County

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Public Beach Accesses South of Melbourne Beach Towards Sebastian Inlet, Florida
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Areas in Brevard County Florida include; Cape Canaveral, Cocoa, Cocoa Beach, Grant, Melbourne Beach, Palm shores, Merritt Island, Rockledge, Indian Harbor Beach, Titusville, Palm Bay, Malabar, Satellite Beach, Scottsmore, Pineda, Bonaventure, Georgiana and Port St. John
 
Bodies of brackish and saltwater in Brevard County Florida include; Atlantic Ocean, Banana Creek, Banana River, Black Point Creek, Boggy Pond, Broadaxe Creek, Buck Creek, Canaveral Barge Canal, Cow Pen Creek, Crane Creek, Cucumber Slough, Devils Elbow, Dummit Creek, Eau Gallie River, Eddy Creek, Flowing Well Creek, Gator Creek, Gator Hole, Hog Point Creek, Horse Creek, Houseboat Cut, Indian River Lagoon, Intracoastal Waterway, Marsh Bay Creek, Max Hoeck Creek, Moore Creek, Mosquito Lagoon, Mullet Creek, Pintail Creek, Puckett Creek, Roach Hole, Ross Creek, Sebastian Inlet, Seven Pines Creek, St Sebastian, Sykes Creek, Tea Creek and Turkey Creek.

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