About North Indialantic

Indialantic's Boardwalk resides halfway to Sebastian Inlet from Cocoa Beach, at the end of the SR 192, one of the east-to-west arteries that connects Central Florida. The boardwalk is easy to find, thanks to a stoplight perched on A1A at the north end of the beach park. The Boardwalk is Indialantic's center for summertime beach activity, a buzzing swarm of screaming kids, sweating parents, slow-moving old folks, sunning lovelies. You must pay to park, and the meter maid is a respected Boardwalk icon for good reason, so feed the meter, then feed your face with a stromboli or extra-large slice from Bizarro's Pizzeria.

This used to be a go to spot, surfable at high tide and then offering up various peaks on the outer bars around the mid to lower tides. However over the last 20 years this spot is just a shell of its former self, and is hardly even considered by most surfers in the area. Maybe one day it will come back, but for now this spot is rarely surfed anymore.

Source: North Indialantic Surf Guide

Ability Level

Beginner - intermediate

Beg Int Adv

Suitable for all ability levels.

Local Vibe


Welcoming Intimidating

None - this is no longer the spot it once was.

Crowd Factor


Mellow Heavy

Lot of space to spread out; generally uncrowded.

Spot Rating


Poor Perfect

This used to be a go to spot that could handle crowds, all tides, etc... This spot is now an afterthought.

Shoulder Burn


Light Exhausting

Fairly easy paddling but can get more challenging on bigger swells.

Water Quality


Clean Dirty

Usually very clean.

Additional Information


Watch for fender benders in the parking lot.


Metered parking but other than that easy. Please do not park in the local business slots.

Bring Your

Shortboard, funboard, longboard, fish, bodyboard, skimming, bodysurfing



Best Season

Fall-Spring, Hurricane

Swell Consistency and Wind Overview

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