Public Beach Access
The Town of Indian River Shores has approximately 6 miles of Atlantic Ocean frontage. There are three public beaches listed below that are maintained by Indian River County within the Town limits of Indian River Shores with parking areas that provide access for everyone. There is a pedestrian entrance at the end of Beachcomber Lane, which has no parking is allowed. Free parking at this access is at Town Hall a block away on A1A. Private accesses through many communities are for their residents only. A new pedestrian walkway is being constructed between Pebble Beach Villas and the SurfsEdge development.
Dogs on the Beach. The Town allows dogs to be on the beaches on a leash within Town limits (north of Tracking Station through the Baytree development 6 miles north). Dogs are also allowed off-leash by permit only during sunrise-9 a.m. and 5 p.m.-sunset. Contact the Public Safety Department during normal business hours, 772-231-2451 or refer to this brochure for more details.
The County parks are open from 7 a.m. to sunset (approximately).
Tracking Station Park - South end of Town. Access by turning on 46th Place between the 7-11 Store and CVS Drugstore, turn left into the park. Features paved parking, picnic, restroom facilities with a shower, boardwalk dune crossover and lifeguard.
Turtle Trail Beach Access - Just north of Old Winter Beach Road, 1.25 miles south of CR 510. Features paved parking and sandy dune crossover.
Seagrape Trail Beach Access - North end of Town adjacent to Marbrisa Subdivision. Features paved parking and a boardwalk dune crossover.
For more information on these parks, please contact the Indian River County Recreation Department at (772) 567-8000.