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“To be considered a City resident, you must live within the City limits. City residency can usually be confirmed by your voter registration card or the property tax bill showing that city taxes are assessed against the property where you live.”
All parks are first-come, first-serve. For groups under 50 people with no special requests, there is no fee or permit required to use our parks or beaches. For groups over 50 people, there is a minimum $50.00 plus tax processing fee and a permit application must be submitted. This allows you the right to assemble, it does not reserve your picnic area.
Only the Grand or Large Picnic Pavilion facilities at Riverside Park, the Bethel Creek House and the Riverhouse can be reserved. To be placed on our facility and/or park calendars, call 772-770-6517. Your date will be saved for one week, at which time you must set up an appointment to bring in your permit form and pay applicable fees.
Forms and specific fee information can be found in the Forms section of our website. All rentals are subject to a cancellation fee. Renters who live outside Indian River County will be charged a $100.00 damage deposit on pavilion rentals and a $200.00 damage deposit on stage or bleacher rentals, which is refundable after inspection of the site and/or equipment. Please note that it may take two weeks or more for these refunds to be processed. All payments must be in cash or check form only.