Sebastian Inlet State Park Rated Best Surfing Campsites On East Coast by Surfline.com
By Matt Pruett, Surfline // June 9, 2019
Sebastian Inlet State Park is open 365 days a year
(SURFLINE.com) – Sebastian Inlet State Park has been rated the best surfing campsites on the East Coast of the United States by Surfline.com.
According to Surline.com, you can’t go wrong by starting at the star bar, Sebastian Inlet. Follow in the footsteps of giants. Acquaint yourself with Slater’s childhood muse.
Trace the paths of aerial surfing’s pioneers.
Or simply trip out on the animated, polychromatic spectacle of it all — exotic wildlife and schizophrenic weather battling for attention where the Indian River kisses the Atlantic Ocean.
Loaded to the gills with amenities, the full-facility, 51-site-deep campground at Sebastian Inlet State Park is open 365 days a year and is a mere stone’s throw from one of the most legendary manmade waves in the country, First Peak, which has incubated more pro talent over the last 50 years than any other spot on the East Coast.
While the classic wedge days are few and far between, the Inlet is still a wave magnet, preferring E swells, but between Spanish House to the north and Monster Hole out the back, there are myriad options to accommodate northerly pulses that might otherwise over-wedge at Sebastian Inlet proper.
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