- TripBuzz discovered 64 different types of activities for couples in the Melbourne Beach area, including Surfing Lessons (like Surfguys Surf School), Art Museum (like Old Town Hall History Center), Beaches (like The Melbourne Beach Park) and National & State Parks (like Sebastian Inlet State Park), and much more.
- We discovered a total of 134 date ideas in or near Melbourne Beach, Florida, including 116 fun or romantic activities in nearby cities within 25 miles like Cocoa Beach, Melbourne, Merritt Island and Cape Canaveral.
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1905 S. Atlantic St. Suite # 325, Melbourne Beach, FL 32951 MoreLess Info
Offering a variety of boat tours led by knowledgeable and experienced guides, Funday Discovery Tours - Day Tours appeals both to adventurous and to more staid visitors. Tours showcase local wildlife, including alligators and manatees, as well as natural scenery.
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Hwy A1A & Ocean Blvd, Melbourne Beach, FL 32951 MoreLess Info
The Melbourne Beach Park is an ocean-side park featuring a boardwalk and replica railroad tracks. Visitors can swim in the water or relax on the beach. The park maintains public bathrooms (with showers) as well as several picnic areas.
Best known as home to the historic Ryckman House, Ryckman Park also houses the Town Hall Complex and Community Center. The Melbourne Beach Pier, a playground, tennis courts, and a pavilion are also on the park's grounds.
Located on the Indian River Lagoon, Honest John's Fish Camp offers places to fish for trout, flounder, and more. Visitors can rent boats and take them out on the river to see wildlife like dolphins and sharks.
The Old Town Hall History Center is an organization that operates in a 100-year-old building with the goal of educating the public about the history of Melbourne Beach. The center is used for art exhibitions, community functions, and educational classes.
All Star Surf Camp is the only surf camp located at Sebastian Inlet and offers a range of recreational activities. Patrons can learn to surf, stand up paddle board or kayak and can also snorkel while observing sealife and plantlife.
Located on a barrier island, Maritime Hammock Sanctuary is a marshland with an observation deck, trails, and seating for visitors. Wildlife like osprey, alligators, otters, and more make this sanctuary their home.