Sebastian Inlet State Recreation Area Campground

Sebastian Inlet State Recreation Area, Melbourne, Florida, 32951, United States | Campground
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This campground, located on Sebastian Inlet State Recreation Area, Melbourne, is near Sebastian Inlet State Recreation Area, McLarty Treasure Museum, Pelican Island National Wildlife Refuge, and McLarty Museum.
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Travel Blogs from Melbourne

Everybody's Got a Cousin in Miami

A travel blog entry by gflacke on Mar 21, 2014

3 comments, 15 photos

... waiting for me, so I got back in the car and sped off through more of rural backwoods Florida (which was actually quite scenic). I finally arrived about an hour late after getting lost twice en route to Giraffe Ranch, which is conveniently located at the end of an unmarked dirt road with no signs.

Unlike Rum Creek Ranch, Giraffe Ranch is open to the public but for pre-arranged tour groups only. I had barely stepped foot out of my car when I was assigned the task ...

Reflections on a great trip

A travel blog entry by sheflysx on Jul 01, 2013


We left Apex, NC this morning at 6 AM and 77 degrees and headed south. This was the longest driving day yet. We arrived in Satellite Beach at 5:30 PM. We would have been here sooner but for a few hick-ups along the over-crowded Subway Shop, which cost us 45 minutes, and an accident in Jacksonville (not ours), which had traffic tied up for about an hour. As a matter of fact, we saw a lot of accidents today. It appears ...

Lots of Updates cos I'm forgerful!

A travel blog entry by rikki.kate on Jul 14, 2010

... pictures from the two extremes which most people dont get to see... on the pitch and a few thousand feet above it!

Heading southwards to Melbourne brought back so many memories. Cocoa Beach has changed alot. Its just packed with touristy everything. Further down the A1A went to the old house in Indian Harbour Beach. Very weird being back. Rikki insisted on ...

Dolphins, Dragging and Our Double

A travel blog entry by 9lives on Feb 28, 2010

1 comment

... anchorage and we heard the Coast Guard for the rest of the day citing her as a hazard to navigation. Later there was another sailboat that had gone aground out of the channel and was trying to use her jib to get off whatever she’d encountered.
There was lots of traffic southbound today but not another boat northbound! I wonder why??? Could it have been due to the freezing wind blowing from the northwest? It was even so cold in the fly bridge enclosure that we both ...

The Wandering

A travel blog entry by sedebrouillier on Dec 23, 2008

1 comment

... as enjoyable. But easier. So, here's the story about the Kenya trip. For anyone familiar with the Duke MBA, I like to describe this trip as a "Family GATE." It has a great story-- I am blessed with an Aunt and Uncle who have decided to send nieces and nephews on both sides of their family to Kenya for two weeks. I have to get shots, supplies and spending money,. but about everything else is taken care of. Um... when do you EVER get a call offering ...