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Florida - Brevard County - Intracoastal Waterway Park

Page history last edited by Jay Duncan 11 years ago


Intracoastal Waterway Park

(Maintained by Jay Duncan, UCF student)




This 8.5-acre community river park is a picturesque gateway to Merritt Island. Landscaped with native trees and plants, paved pathways and winding boardwalks along the Indian River feature small picnic shelters and restroom on the south side. The concrete fishing pier features benches making it ideal for viewing evening sunsets.



Hwy 520 Causeway at the Hubert Humphrey Bridge, Merritt Island

FROM US Hwy 1 at SR-520 - go east 0.7 miles just over the Humbert Humphrey Bridge. Turn back to the SR-520 westbound lane. The park entrance is on the westbound lane and the exit is on the eastbound lane.




Open after 7:00 a.m. until dark.


Detailed Information

WATCHABLE WILDLIFE: Shorebirds, Migratory Birds

FACILITY USE: First come, first served. Please be courteous.

ADA ACCESSIBLE: Parking, Restrooms, Fishing Pier, Boardwalk, Picnic Tables, Drinking Fountain


• Fishing (250' pier)

• Bicycling

• Picnics

• Strolling (1200' boardwalk)

DOS & DON’TS: 1) No diving from boardwalks or pier. 2) Service animals only. 3) Alcoholic beverages in designated areas only. 4) Other restrictions as posted.


Also see other Brevard Parks:

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