Wabasso Causeway and US 510
Connecting Wabasso and Wabasso Beach
Monday June 26, 2017
Wabasso is a beautiful area connected by a short causeway designated State Road 510 at the north end of Indian River County resting on the shorelines of the Indian River Lagoon. This scenic parkway is a short road connecting the mainland with an extraordinary gem of a beach that's often considered a suburb of Vero Beach.
State Road 510 (SR 510) is a 2.6 miles (4.2 km) state highway in northern Indian River County, extending from US 1 in Wabasso to State Road A1A in Orchid. The route acts primarily as a bridge across the Indian River, known as the Wabasso Causeway, the northernmost crossing of the Intracoastal Waterway in Indian River County. The entire highway is on the Indian River Lagoon Scenic Highway.
On the west end of SR 510 lies a tackle store, convenience store and a shopping center, while on the opposite east end of the road is a couple of beach shops and restaurants as you enter Wabasso Beach Park. Given the opportunity the area of Wabasso Beach and Orchid Island you should consider taking the time to visit and explore the beauty of this location including the local Jungle Road and beach accesses.
US 510 also known as Wabasso Causeway extends east and west for approximately three miles over the Indian River Lagoon connecting the beaches and mainland.
Last modified: November 17 2016 23:28:44.
Published by: Captain Richard Bradley of Lagooner Fishing Guides©