The quiet community of Micco, located just inside the south border of Brevard County, is ideally placed for boating and fishing enthusiasts. Three marinas serve the 9,498 residents and many visitors are drawn to Sebastian Inlet’s waters with its abundant snook, drum, sheepshead, tarpon, bluefish and tarpon. Micco’s shores are also dotted with piers, seafood outlets, and marine repair services.
Barefoot Bay modular home development founded in 1970, occupies 1,100 acres. Micco Park provides amenities for the whole family, with picnic area, pavilion, playground, basketball and volleyball courts, and horseshoe pits.
For the most part, the town of Micco is comprised of retirees. Nearly a third of the population lives in single-person households.
Residents typically own single-family or mobile homes in neighborhoods that include seasonal housing for snowbirds.
According to statistical surveys, the people of Micco keep busy playing golf, traveling overseas and domestically, fishing, boating, doing needlework and playing cards.
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