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Florida Welcome to Canaveral Nat'l Seashore Canaveral National Seashore Florida Florida > Brevard County > Canaveral National Seashore Indian River in Florida

The Indian River is a 121-mile (195 km) long[1] brackish lagoon in Florida,[2] and is part of the Indian River Lagoon system, which in turn forms part of the Atlantic Intracoastal Waterway.

Port St. Lucie Florida

Port St. Lucie is a sprawling tropical city on the Treasure Coast of Florida. The population is 174,110 and 444,420 in its metropolitan area. It is known by its residents by its initials, PSL. The spring training home of the New York Mets, this city has many fun activities if you know where to look; the new downtown area is in its infancy, but once complete will bring more activities for residents and visitors. Indian River, Florida - Highways and Byways of Florida - 1918

Southwest Florida Water Management District - Flying Eagle Preserve

        Separate sites available for equestrian and primitive camping.
        Sites have picnic tables, fire rings and/or grills.
        A free reservation is required and must be displayed or available at campground.


Zippel Bay State Park

After visiting Zippel Bay, you’ll remember the sunsets and the miles of white sand beach. The park is located on Lake of the Woods, one of the world’s largest lakes. The mood of the lake is always changing, from approaching storms that bring three-foot-high crashing waves and lightning flashes to an eerie stillness, broken only by the faint calls of a thousand raucous gulls, out of sight in the lake’s interior. In summer, the 3,000-acre park offers a swimming beach and picnic area on the big lake, drive-in campsites and a group camp, a marina on Zippel Bay and a stone jetty providing protected access to Lake of the Woods.