The following is a list of the full service beaches in Indian River County, Florida beaches from north to south Florida and their amenities. The Florida beaches listed on the map provide dune crossovers to the ocean but no additional amenities.
SEBASTIAN INLET STATE PARK- one of the best surfing sites in the U.S. Includes camping, fishing pier, fishing equipment and bait shop, nature walks, picnic tables, concessions, restrooms and boardwalk to beach. Admission $3.25 per car or $1.00 per walker.
TREASURE SHORES PARK- 3 miles north of County Road 510 on A1A with lifeguards, restrooms, picnic tables and showers.
GOLDEN SANDS BEACH PARK- 1.4 miles north of County Road 510 on A1A with lifeguards, restrooms, picnic areas and showers.
WABASSO BEACH PARK- on County Road 510 and A1A, just north of the Disney Vero Beach Resort. Includes concessions, lifeguards, covered picnic tables and showers.
TRACKING STATION BEACH- one mile north of Beachland Blvd. on A1A, this beach offers lifeguards, restrooms, showers and picnic tables.
JAYCEE PARK- Ocean Drive and A1A north of Beachland Blvd. This oceanfront park offers a large grassy picnic area with playground equipment, covered picnic tables, bathrooms, concessions and showers. A wooden boardwalk extends along the life-guarded beach for several blocks.
HUMISTON PARK- On Ocean Drive just 300 yards south of Beachland Blvd. Oceanfront park offering a large grassy picnic area with playground equipment, covered tables, showers, boardwalk and life-guarded beach.
SOUTH BEACH PARK- 17th Street just east of A1A. Widest beach in the area with lifeguards, picnic tables, restrooms and showers.
ROUND ISLAND PARK- On A1A South just north of the county line. This newly refurbished ocean-riverfront park offers lifeguards, picnic tables, showers and bathrooms on the oceanside. The riverside offers a boat ramp and fishing boardwalk along with an observation tower, picnic areas, bathrooms and showers.