Saint Sebastian River Preserve State Park

Saint Sebastian River Preserve State Park


Location:Off Babcock Street (County Road 507) just north of the C-54 Canal (north entrance/visitor center); or off Fellsmere Road (County Road 512) 1.8 miles east of I-95 (south entrance).
Facilities:5 primitive tent campsites for group camping, 6 hike-in primitive tent campsites, 3 primitive campsites for horse camping, 2 picnic pavilions, 1 remote picnic area, multi-use trails (60 miles), a Port-o-Let toilet facility (é), small unmanned visitor center (é).
Activities:Camping, horseback riding, hiking, bicycling, fishing, canoeing/kayaking (no launch facilities in park), wildlife viewing, birding, guided tours (seasonal).
Special Features:Park preserves open grassy forests of longleaf pine and other biological communities, including cypress domes, scrubby flatwoods, sandhills, and a strand swamp. These habitats are home to many native plants and animals, including more than 50 protected species. Several cultural, historical, and archeological resources also are found at the park.
Address:1000 Buffer Preserve Dr
Fellsmere, FL 32948

Phone:321-953-5004
Fax:321-953-5006
Web: www.floridastateparks.org/stsebastian
Size: 21,348 acres.

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