On Land & In The Air
Looking for things to do in Vero Beach? Interested in a seaplane tour? Want to rent bikes? Looking for other ways to enjoy the Indian River Lagoon and other unique natural attractions Vero has to offer? Our Land & Air section will share all you need to know about where to go and what to do.
Indian River Hauntingsph: (772) 633-3955
Indian River Hauntings offers the opportunity for guests to participate in a paranormal adventure. Combining historical facts and haunted stories, Indian River Hauntings takes a hands on approach by using investigative methods where guests can use equipment to see for themselves what can and cannot be explained.
City of Sebastian Skate Facility1121 Barber St, Sebastian, FL 32958
ph: (772) 581-2630
The City of Sebastian Skate Facility is owned and operated by the City of Sebastian. The street course skating area is 7,700 sq. ft. Only skateboards, in-line skates and quad skates, can be used at the facility. A signed, notorized or verified waiver must be on file. Proper identification is required.
Friends of Sebastian Inlet State Park - Sea Turtle Walks13180 North A1A, c/o McLarty Treasure Museum, Vero Beach, FL. 32963
ph: (772) 589-2147
June and July Turtle walks
The National Navy UDT-SEAL Museum3300 N. Highway A1A, Fort Pierce, FL 34949
ph: (772) 595-5845
The National Navy UDT-SEAL Museum is the only museum dedicated solely to preserving the history of the U.S. Navy SEALs and their predecessors. Located in Fort Pierce, Florida, the Museum resides on the training grounds of the original Navy combat divers. The Museum promotes public education by providing hands-on opportunities for all ages to explore the history of the Navy SEALs through interactive exhibits.
St. Lucie County Aquarium420 Seaway Dr, Fort Pierce, FL 34949
ph: (772) 465-3271
Even though the IRL is an everyday sight for many of us, few have ever experienced the unsurpassed biological diversity that lies below these waters. The Smithsonian Marine Ecosystems Exhibit provides a window into this underwater world. Make no mistake, this are not a typical public aquarium. Their focus is on displaying ecosystems as complex communities of organisms interacting in their environment. With the help of our dynamic displays they strive to provide the public with a better understanding of the fragile marine ecosystems of the Indian River Lagoon and surrounding area and the impact humans are having on these fragile environments.