Indian River Lagoon Wildlife Tours


Capt. Clark Giangarra will be your tour guide. He has 42 years of boat handling experience, 31 years of which have been on the Indian River lagoon, here in Brevard County. Capt. Clark holds a 100 ton US Coast Guard Masters license and has completed the Coastal System Module given  by the University of Florida  in their  Florida Master Naturalist Program. He first started running wildlife tours out of Honest John’s Fish Camp in 1995. He enjoys sharing with you his knowledge of the wildlife you will be observing and some of the history of the area.  2hr Tour $35/hd Child (12 and under) $25

Sea Turtle Preservation Society Turtle Walk

The society’s goal is to help maintain the current sea turtle population and to prevent a potentially irreversible decline in that population

111 South Miramar Avenue

Indialantic, FL  32903

Telephone: 321.676.1701


Maxwell King Center for the Performing Arts

The King Center is a $12.3 million, 6-story, 100,000-square-foot facility dedicated to educational, cultural and community events. The King Center features an acoustically live, 2,016-seat main theatre; an intimate 288-seat Studio Theatre; a Crown Club VIP room where Crown Club members enjoy special benefits; a Harris Corporation-sponsored art gallery featuring monthly exhibits located in the King Center lobby; and a spacious rotunda available for receptions, corporate functions and other special events.  See Website for Performers and dates

Historic Downtown Melbourne

 Shops, Bars, Restaurants and plenty more