The City of Indian Harbour Beach is two square miles and over 8,446 citizens call it home. Situated between the Atlantic Ocean to the east, Indian River Lagoon and Banana Rivers to the west, Town of Indialantic to the south, and Satellite Beach to the north.
Residents and visitors enjoy great surfing, beachfront parks, local restaurants, and dive pubs. Indian Harbour Beach's most frequented location is it's 27-acre park and recreation center, Gleason Park. Surrounding a large lake with dock, this park offers exercise paths, several pavilions, playgrounds, and is illuminated in the early evening by quaint Victorian lights.
Sounds of joy and laughter can be heard coming from the year-round heated pool located in the recreation center next to the park, where classes and activities are held for people of all ages. Children play tennis on city courts, or baseball and soccer at the million-dollar sports field complex.
Along with it's community-oriented police department, Indian Harbour Beach is protected by its 100% volunteer fire department; boasting state of the art fire-fighting tools, including a 75 foot aerial ladder truck and two engines.
Also located in Indian Harbour Beach is the Eau Gallie Yacht Club, a private club located at the mouth of the Banana River as it opens to the Indian River Lagoon. Established in 1907, many prominent individuals have earned memberships, including astronauts, area founders, and government officials. Aside from boat slips and water access, the Eau Gallie Yacht Club offers an impressive agenda of indoor and outdoor activities including elegant waterfront dining, casual dining, themed parties, club functions, meeting spaces, world class tennis, 24/7 gym access, golfing and swimming.
Indian Harbour Beach offers a mixture of established neighborhoods consisting of traditional Florida style homes, along with extravagant canal and riverfront estates, as well as upscale oceanfront condominiums and beach villas.
Indian Harbour Beach also possesses one of the most prestigious communities in the state, Lansing Island. This neighborhood is spread across a private island surrounded by the Banana River and navigable canals, with three large lakes within. The only access is by bridge and through a manned guard station. Large upscale waterfront homes sit on 3/4 or more acre lots, and start at $1,500,000 when available. Complete with community clubhouse, pool, park, tennis and basketball courts, Lansing Island has it all.