Stand up paddle boarding in the ocean

Stand Up Paddle Boarding

Stand Up Paddle Boarding SUP Eco Adventures  – Stand Up Paddle Boarding is an emerging global sport with roots as an ancient Polynesian form of surfing. Flat water Stand-Up Paddle boarding allows individuals to see fish swimming beneath them, stingrays flying across the sandy bottom and manatee and dolphin swimming nearby. SUP launches from Honest John’s Fish Camp,

Pelicans in the water

Sebastian Inlet State Park

Sebastian Inlet State Park The Hammock Trail is a mile long nature trail near our Inn in Brevard County, FL that meanders under the shade of a coastal, sub-tropical, palm/oak hammock and along the fringe of the mangroves. For the more adventurous, the 10-km Volksport walking trail begins on the north side of the park

Manatee in the ocean

Barrier Island Sanctuary

Barrier Island Sanctuary 34 acre education center near our Brevard County Inn which features examples of island habitats, interactive exhibits, guided hikes, information on sea turtle nesting, etc. Across the road from the center between the highway and the Indian River lagoon, a hiking trail winds through an active restoration area.

Pelicans flying over the ocean waves

Pelican Island Refuge

Pelican Island Refuge Established in 1903 and located in the Indian River Lagoon, Pelican Island is the country’s first national wildlife refuge and the most biologically diverse estuary in the United States. A historic and significant bird rookery island, Pelican Island provides a nesting habitat for over 16 different species of colonial water birds and

Crocodiles near the water

The Brevard Zoo

The Brevard Zoo Brevard County’s best kept secret offers two guided kayaking tours and alligator and crocodile feedings at 3 p.m. every Wednesday, Friday, and Sunday. Other activities include Wild Encounter Tours and Destination Africa, which takes visitors off the boardwalk on an awe-inspiring educational hour getting up close and personal with some of the