Long Point Park in Mebourne Beach Florida
Long Point Park & Campground is an 84.5 acre conservation area situated on an island in the Indian River Lagoon near the Sebastian Inlet marine ecosystems and the Atlantic Ocean in lovely Melbourne Beach, Florida.
Fishermen like the campgrounds located along the lagoon’s shores, as well as the one-lane boat ramp and modest fishing dock. The park is home to a habitat intended to safeguard species like otters, bobcats, birds, and manatees, as well as a place where wood storks sleep. 20 miles south of Melbourne and 1.5 miles north of Sebastian Inlet are where you’ll find Long Point Park & Campground.
On an island in the Indian River Lagoon, this conservation area and urban district river park offers campsites along the coastline, fishing, a boat ramp, a small fishing pier, and a fish-washing facility. Scout Island, next to the campground and connected by a bridge, provides rustic camping for a fair group rate and more than a mile of nature paths.
Long Point Park features 170 campsites, including 15 full hookup sites, 42 other partial hookup sites with water and electricity, and 113 beachfront half hookup sites (water, electric and sewer).
Tents, trailers, and RVs can all park at campsites. Additionally, each site contains a grill, table, and fire ring.
A playground, two pavilions, drinking water, flush toilets, showers, free WiFi, laundry facilities, and a wildlife pond are just a few of the campground features. Nature walks, volleyball courts, and horseshoe pits are also available. There is also good cell service.
Boating, kayaking, paddleboarding, fishing, swimming, snorkeling, beachcombing, hiking, biking, water sports, and picnics are just a few of the outdoor activities available nearby. In the region, you can see a lot of wildlife so make sure to have your camera ready.