This 84.5-acre conservation area and urban district river park on an island in the Indian River Lagoon is near the Sebastian Inlet marine ecosystems and the Atlantic Ocean. It features campsites along the shoreline for convenient fishing, a boat ramp, small fishing dock and fish cleaning station. Adjacent to the camping area and connected by a bridge, Scout Island offers primitive camping at a reasonable group rate and more than a mile of nature trails. Nature walks are provided for school children and organized groups by appointment.
- 113 waterfront semi-improved campsites (water, electric)
- 15 improved campsites (water, electric, sewer)
- 16 overflow campsites
- Scout Island group tent camping
- Showers & Laundry Facilities
- Boat Ramp (1-lane)
- Fishing (shoreline, bridge, dock, cleaning station)
- Nature Trails
- Pavilions (1 large, 3 medium, 2 small), Grills
- Swimming Pond
- Horseshoe Pits
- Volleyball Court
(321) 952-4532, Fax: (321) 952-6306
- 2 Medium Pavilions (seat 60 each)
Bobcat, Dolphin, Otters, Manatee, Alligator, Waterfowl, Wood Stork, Shorebirds ADA Access:
Parking, Restrooms, Shower, Boat Dock, Playground Dos & Don’ts:
- Service animals allowed, or dogs allowed on short leash for camping patrons only, but prohibited around lake, picnic areas and playground.
- Other restrictions posted and/or in camper literature.