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Sebastian inlet ?

My uncle and I want to fish the area the week of June 8th coming up from ft lauderdale have a question hoping someone could help 
Is there a place to dock your boat either in the Park or campground in the afternoon after fishing if you just wanna make a bbq with a few friends 
My uncle always tells his childhood stories of fishing and camping in Sebastian and kinda wanna help re create some of that 
Campground reservations all seem booked 
Figured we could at least make a nice day trip

Thanks in advance


  • duckmanJRduckmanJR Posts: 21,253 AG
    You could pull up on the sand at coconut point.  

    I think if you tied up to one of the finger docks at the ramp....people would get pretty mad. 

    Why not just go to any of the spoil islands ? 
    There are many roads to travel
    Many things to do.
    Knots to be unraveled
    'fore the darkness falls on you
  • Steve_raleighSteve_raleigh Posts: 278 Deckhand
    He is a little old to take to a spoil island 
  • duckmanJRduckmanJR Posts: 21,253 AG
    There are no docks in the state park other than those at the ramp. There is the L dock in the inlet...but are not allowed to tie up to it.

    How about let your uncle off at the ramp docks...then move your boat to the other side ( inlet ) opposite the ramp...have your BBQ there. 
    There are many roads to travel
    Many things to do.
    Knots to be unraveled
    'fore the darkness falls on you
  • Steve_raleighSteve_raleigh Posts: 278 Deckhand
    Duck man 
    I appreciate the info 
    have a few questions 

    gonna make this much more simple So he’s with me at all times and not off wondering around 

    I’ll just use the ramp for in and out 
    once my boat is back on the 
    trailer where can I find the bbq area ? 
    And is there parking for the truck and trailer 

    Just so everyone knows I’ve tried to call the park can not get anyone to speak with 
    And I just want some type of idea to plan ahead 


  • Salt CrackerSalt Cracker Posts: 145 Deckhand
    If you can, take a look at the satellite imagery from the Google Earth or Google Map apps.  You should be able to make out where the pavilions are in relation to the ramp.  You can see the parking areas this way as well.  It is relatively close though.  
  • RiverRat22RiverRat22 Posts: 82 Deckhand
    Best option is to snag one of the pavilions just east of the boat ramp.  They're usually reserved on weekends but you might get lucky on a weekday, maybe try to reserve one yourself.  If not just grab a picnic table, there all over the place.  Bring a canopy if you have one, there is no shade over there.
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