*[Fairly small as cities go, Indian Harbour Beach is only two miles square. Residents of all ages and diverse backgrounds enjoy an ideal location on the east coast of central Florida, nestled between the beautiful blue Atlantic Ocean and the calm waters of the Indian River Lagoon. The city was initially developed as a residential community in support of the growing space industry and activities at nearby Patrick Air Force Base and Kennedy Space Center.
Unwind at one of the many local restaurants. The Palm Café is an excellent option for a quiet night out. The Palm Café & Bar is located in the Kiwi Tennis Club. This elegant restaurant features casual gourmet dining and overlooks the tennis courts. Take in a live hula show at the Hula Moon Grill! A modern take on the American tiki bars of the 1950’s and 60’s offering live entertainment]* and activities.
Indian Harbour Beach is home to the Eau Gallie Yacht Club. The private Club is situated at the mouth of the Banana River in a safe harbor adjacent to the Intracoastal Waterway, surrounded by a deep water marina equipped to accommodate yachts up to 55 feet. The ambiance of the club is a perfect setting for special occasions!
Relax or picnic at beautiful beachfront parks or stroll through the 27-acre Gleason Park surrounding a lake with its many exercise paths, lighted in the early evening by quaint Victorian lights. The Indian Harbour Beach Recreation Center is located in Gleason Park on the corner of South Patrick Drive and Yacht Club Boulevard. The Recreation Department offers a wide variety of classes, services and activities, ranging from those for toddlers and preschoolers, to a Senior Leisure-time Club. Also located in the park is the City’s heated competition-size swimming pool – open seven days a week year-round, shuffleboard courts, two playgrounds, a walking/exercise trail and picnic facilities. The million-dollar Algonquin Sports Complex is home to senior baseball, major Little League, softball and soccer fields serving multiple age groups. DeSoto Park features eight tennis courts as well as two enclosed racquetball courts.
Millenniun Park and Bicentennial Park are located on the east coast, along Hwy A1A in Indian Harbour Beach. These parks are gathering spots for locals, surfers, families and tourists. Watch the sun rise above the Atlantic Ocean amid the glistening sand dunes as shorebirds gracefully glide by. Be on the lookout for loggerhead and green turtle nesting sites as they are abundant along the coast during the summer months.
If you like a small city with no hustle and bustle, then the island life of Indian Harbour Beach is for you! Wake up to the Florida sunrises over the Atlantic Ocean living in one of the many oceanfront condominiums. Watch the manatees cruise along the canal in your backyard or choose a secluded, luxury, Banana River front home. Whether a full time resident or seasonal resident, Indian Harbour Beach is the perfect place to live and play!