Where to Go Paddle Boarding in Vero Beach
If you want to go paddle boarding in Vero Beach, you won’t be disappointed. There are some incredible spots for going on a relaxing adventure on the water. Find out which spots you should visit.
At Wabasso Causeway Park, you can launch your board from either end of the bridge. The park is only 15 minutes away from the downtown area of Vero Beach. On the windiest of days, this park keeps you protected. If one side of the bridge is windy, the other is calm. Parking is abundant and you can enjoy use of the on-site restroom. Furthermore, there is plenty of marine life. You might find manatees, turtles, and other animals as you paddle along.
This park is near the Merrill P. Barber bridge. Much like Wabasso, this site has bathroom facilities. The north of the bridge is a manatee zone, which keeps the boats going slow and makes life easier for paddle boarders. While you’re there, you’re likely to see some manatees and dolphin.
Located about seven miles from the 17th street bridge, Round Island is a great place to visit for paddleboarding. At this site, manatee and stingray often gather. The site has a sandy bottom, which makes launching your board easy. Like some of the other places to go paddleboarding in Vero Beach, this site protects you from the wind.There are also clean restrooms available.
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