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Melbourne Beach has a long history dating back to pre-Columbian times. The first inhabitants known as the Ais Indians had villages and towns along the great lagoon Rio de Ais now known as the Indian River
In 1513 it is said that Juan Ponce De Leon was the first European to set foot in America. The state made a beach park in Melbourne Beach named Ponce De Leon Park marking the spot with a beautiful bronze statue.
In 1883 the town of Melbourne Beach began developing. Once the town was established the residents turned to agriculture with pineapples being the main crop of choice. In the 1900's the town began to change dynamics with the industrial modernization such as paved roads and automobiles. Today, this quaint Melbourne Beach town still has reminders of the past such as the Melbourne Beach Chapel which has been active since 1892, the Melbourne Beach Pier which dates back to 1888 and Rykman House located in Rykman park which is used as a museum.
Spessard Holland Golf Course is a popular place to play in Melbourne Beach. Located between the Indian River and the Ocean you can enjoy nice ocean breezes while enjoying this favorite sport enjoyed by many of the locals. And don't forget Sebastian Inlet known as a world class fishing and surfing destination and is just a short drive away in Melbourne Beach. The Hubbs Seaworld Research Institute is located in Melbourne Beach and is dedicated to preserving and renewing sea life. They offer many activities throughout the year and is a must see.
Homes Melbourne Beach offers plenty of popular condominiums and housing developments along the coastline and is a perfect location to live and enjoy the Atlantic Ocean and Indian River. Whether you love to swim, watch the sunrise, kayak, surf or fish you'll find this small community is perfect to enjoy your piece of paradise in Melbourne Beach!
Be sure to search all beach towns in the Melbourne Beach area including Indialantic, Indian Harbour, Satellite Beach, Cocoa Beach, Cape Canveral, and Merritt Island.