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Does Sebastian Inlet State Park have camping?

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Sebastian Inlet State Park has both full-facility camping and primitive camping, according to the Florida Division of Recreation and Parks. The park accepts reservations for both types of campsites, and reservations for full-facility camping can be made up to 11 months in advance.

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The park's full-facility camping area is equipped with tents, restrooms, electrical and water hookups for RVs and grilling and picnic areas. There is limited Wi-Fi available near the marina and a Bedtime Camper Lending Library for young children. Pets are permitted in the full-facility camping area. The park's primitive campsite is mostly inaccessible by car, so campers should carry their gear to and from the primitive camping areas.

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