Indian RiverSide Park
Indian RiverSide Park (IRSP) is the premier family destination park in Martin County. Located at 1707 NE Indian River Drive in Jensen Beach, IRSP is a 63 acre park that sits along the Indian River lagoon.
Park amenities include a ½ mile of waterfront space, a ¾ mile walking path and mangrove boardwalk, 780 foot fishing pier, free interactive play fountain (open 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.), beach, four picnic pavilions, and beautifully landscaped gardens and open grass fields.
Indian RiverSide Park features three premiere rental venues that are ideal for special events, weddings, meetings, parties, reunions, baby showers and more. They are the Frances Langford Dockside Pavilion, the Mansion at Tuckahoe and Historic Captain Henry Sewall’s House.
Indian RiverSide Park is also home to the Treasure Coast Children's Museum and U.S. Sailing Center.
Historical Docent Tours of the Mansion of the Tuckahoe:
- Every first and third Wednesday of the month from September to May. May is Historic Preservation month and tours run every Wednesday at 10 AM and 11 AM.
Historical Docent Tours of Captain Henry Sewall's House:
- Every first and third Wednesday of the month from September to May. May is Historic Preservation month and tours run every Wednesday at 12 PM and 1 PM.
Mansion at Tuckahoe Event Inquiry Tours:
- Tours of The Mansion at Tuckahoe are by appointment only. Please contact The Mansion at Tuckahoe wedding specialist at 772-288-5745.
Interactive Fountain Hours
7 days a week from 9 AM to 6 PM. With the exception of daylight savings time (if applicable) from 9 AM to 5 PM, inclement weather and facility regular scheduled fountain maintenance on Tuesdays as needed or unless other unexpected maintenance issues arise.
Contact Us About Indian RiverSide Park
For more information about Indian RiverSide Park, please select the "Questions? Contact Us" button to submit an inquiry online, or call Indian RiverSide Park at (772) 463-3201.
For information on a specific venue such as the Frances Langford Dockside Pavilion, the Mansion at Tuckahoe and Captain Henry Sewall’s House, please click on the links to the individual pages to learn more about booking and requesting a site visit.