Spessard Holland North and South Beach Parks, Florida


Spessard Holland North Beach Park

On the beach 3-miles south of U.S. Hwy 192  in Melbourne, this 4.53-acre community beach park is a popular fishing site and recreation area with seasonal lifeguards. Facilities include 3 dune crossovers, boardwalk picnic shelters, 3 grills, restrooms, drinking fountain, benches, 4 outdoor showers and 2 indoor showers.  The beach is clean and not as crowded as Melbourne Beach.


Spessard Holland South Beach Park

This 6.5-acre community beach park with seasonal lifeguards is popular for family outings. It features a 100′ dune boardwalk and small pavilions. Dune crossovers provide access for surf fishing, surfing, and beachgoers. Amenities include restrooms, drinking fountain, outdoor showers and 2 indoor showers. A clean and easy access beach to get to.  Located about 3/4 mile from North Spessard Holland Beach on the A1A Highway of Beaches.

The Spessard Holland Beaches are part of the Melbourne Beach area and are located in Brevard County, Florida.  There are two Spessard Holland Beaches – North and South.  Melbourne Beach is just a few miles up the A1A going North.  These are fun beaches to visit and a family can enjoy a comfortable day here.  Brevard County is know for the beaches along its borders.

Melbourne Beach, Florida





Melbourne Beach is one of our favorites along the A1A Highway of Beaches in Central Florida.  It is located in Brevard County and is the oldest beach in Brevard County.  The beach is always clean and is full of visitors that make it an exciting afternoon of beach going.  There is no shortage of picnic tables and volleyball courts before the beach entrance.  If you get the opportunity do not miss seeing or visiting Melbourne Beach, Florida.  Cars are not allowed to drive on the beach in Melbourne.

This is the location on the A1A that you will go from four lanes divided to two lane highway for the next 25 miles going south.  It is a wonderful drive from Melbourne Beach to Wabasso Beach.  Wabasso Beach is just a few miles north of Vero Beach, Florida.