Cherie Down Park is a scenic 6.99-acre community beach park in a neighborhood setting. Well known as a popular surfing spot, Cherie Down Park is a great park for families as well just looking to spend a day on the beach.
Ramp Road Park is located at the west end of Ramp Road. There are motorized and non-motorized boat launching ramps. The park also has a playground, tennis court, picnic tables and bathrooms.
A 10-acre, ocean-front park, Fischer is a family favorite. The park is an ideal place for a picnic and a swim in the Atlantic. Roughly 200 parking spaces, picnic pavilions and shower and restroom facilities are provided. The park was named after Sidney Fischer, who served as the mayor of Cocoa Beach from 1956 to […]
The recreation complex is a 212-acre community park featuring a 27-hole championship golf course. The complex also includes an Olympic-sized swimming poll, 10 lighted tennis courts (including 2 clay courts) a team sports complex featuring baseball, softball, and soccer fields. Golfing The golf course and racquet club provide full-service pro shops. Golf, tennis, and swim […]
THE DINOSAUR STORE® features: THE MOST ELABORATE ARRAY OF FOSSILS IN THE WORLD! Museum quality fossils and minerals-Dinosaur eggs, dinosaur teeth & dinosaur claw fossils–Fossil shark teeth and fossil shark teeth necklaces–Dinosaur replicas (castings) such as Coelophysis-Amber and amber jewelry–Meteorites, tektites and meteorite jewelry–Educational products and toys, books–Dinosaur t-shirts & dinosaur shirts *Fossils include: Trilobite […]
Cocoa Beach Surf Company offers a unique environment that allows guests to maximize their vacation experience under one roof just steps from the beach and main attractions of Cocoa Beach and Port Canaveral. Newly renovated Four Points by Sheraton Hotel Cruise Transportation Service Shark Pit Bar & Grill Gourmet Brick Oven Pizzas Starbucks Coffee Shop […]
Jetty Park is one of the most sought-after points of interest in Brevard County. With 35 acres at your fingertips there is a variety of activities available, making Jetty Park your recreation destination. Whether relaxing on the beach or a family reunion at one of our rentable pavilions, Jetty Park has something for everyone.
Located along the East Coast of Florida in Port Canaveral, Exploration Tower is a stunning architectural landmark providing visitors both fun and education. With seven floors of exhibits and interactive play, Exploration Tower includes something for everyone. Visitors will have access to our indoor and outdoor observation decks, nearly 5,550 feet of exhibit space, an […]
This 436.53-acre bird reservation and sanctuary offers a wilderness escape in an urban environment and is an international attraction for bird-watchers. Historically documented as a village of the Ais Indians who disappeared around 1720, it is a natural lagoon and bird rookery linked with canals created for mosquito control and surrounded by a manmade dike. […]
This beautiful 18.38-acre community river park is situated in a wildlife sanctuary. The park caters to both active and passive recreational enthusiasts. The boat ramp and a natural launch area provide access for boaters, rowers and paddlers into Sykes Creek leading to the Barge Canal or Banana River. Fishing is popular from the shoreline and […]
Located in historic Cocoa Village the Riverfront Park in combination, with Lee Wenner and Taylor Parks, gives the public permanent access to nearly 10 acres of prime riverfront land squarely in the middle of downtown Cocoa. Run, play and relax while you enjoy the beautiful views at Riverfront Park. Facilities Sweeping green park Playground area […]
This 11.55-acre community river park is a popular boat launch site. Along with the boat ramps, several other amenities make it an attractive recreational area. A pavilion, grills, picnic tables, restrooms, playground, and benches are connected by a paved walkway, while a boardwalk adjacent to the boat docks extends to Cocoa Riverfront Park and Historic […]
At the junction of U.S. Hwy 1 and Suntree Boulevard, this 10.36-acre community river park is situated on the shore of the Indian River Lagoon. The large pavilion includes restrooms, barbeque pits, and an expansive river view. Along the shore and boardwalk are 6 picnic shelters with grills and a nearby playground. The fishing pier […]
Titusville is… At the confluence of four major developing bicycle / walking trails: The Coast to Coast Connector (Atlantic Ocean to Gulf of Mexico), East Central Regional Rail Trail (DeBary and Edgewater to Titusville), St. John’s River to Sea Loop (Spaning 300 miles across five counties), and the East Coast Greenway (Maine to Florida). Trail Activities […]
The St. Sebastian River Preserve State Park protects the Florida manatee, red-cockaded woodpecker and Florida scrub jay by protecting important habitat and providing an upland buffer to the St. Sebastian River. The Preserve is a mosaic of open pine flatwoods, seasonal wetlands, hardwood swamp, sand pine scrub and scrubby flatwoods communities. In the photo: Here […]
The premier saltwater fishing spot on Florida’s east coast, this park is a favorite for anglers nationwide for catching snook, redfish, bluefish, and Spanish mackerel from its jetties. Surfing is also a popular recreation and several major competitions are held here every year. Two museums provide a history of the area. The McLarty Treasure Museum […]
Nestled along the Indian River, this 6.37-acre community river park features a nature center and a nature boardwalk that winds through a natural Florida hammock to the river.
Xeriscape Park is located on Taylor Avenue between the Recreation Complex & City Hall. This quiet spot offers picnic tables & park benches shaded by enormous trees that wrap themselves through the park.
Wabasso Causeway Park features a boat launch, restroom facilities, picnic tables, covered pavilions, paved parking area and canoe launch. Hours are from 7:00 a.m. until sunset (restrooms only).
Wabasso Beach Park has restroom facilities, boardwalk, paved parking and showers. Hours are from 7:00 a.m. until sunset. Lifeguards are on duty from 9 a.m. – 5 p.m.
This passive park is dedicated to the Men and Women who bravely served in the United States Military. Located just East of the library, this serene little park is filled with beautiful mature oaks and has picnic tables and park benches located throughout. This park also has a beautiful butterfly garden, formally dedicated to the Men and […]
Treasure Shores Park is located three miles north of CR 510 (Wabasso Bridge). It is designated as the ADA beach access park for Indian River County. The park hours are from sunrise to sunset.
Acquired and managed by the City of Palm Bay, the Audubon Society, and the EEL Program, a boardwalk nature trail, and jogging trails wind through the 130-acre sanctuary. The boardwalk trail passes through hydric (wet) hammock, mesic (moist) hammock, and sand pine scrub communities, and much of it overlooks Turkey Creek. The sanctuary can also […]
This 1000-acre conservation area provides access to 2 trails at the trailhead 0.5 mile from main entrance. These moderate walks lead through pine flatwoods and hydric hammock habitats. Hikers will also see cabbage palm hammocks and hardwood hammocks, with mangrove forests and marshes fringing the Indian River Lagoon. The interior marsh ponds and borrow lakes […]
A stream bordered by a shady hammock abounding in palm trees and other tropical growth winds through the campus and is the setting for a 30-acre botanical garden. One trail has been named the Dent Smith Trail in honor of the founder of the Palm Society, a worldwide organization primarily engaged in the study of […]
This 428-acre sanctuary is the flagship of the EEL Program and was purchased because of its unique geology and high biological diversity. The sanctuary is one of the few places in Brevard where visitors can experience majestic oak hammocks, wetlands, and the Atlantic Coastal Ridge in one short hike. The Enchanted Forest Management and Education […]
The Fellsmere Preserve is located northwest of the I95 and CR512 interchange. Situated on approximately 86 acres this site was acquired in 2008 in partnership with the Florida Communities Trust and Indian River County. The park will provide numerous passive recreation amenities that will be developed through a 10-year management plan including: walking trails, primitive […]
This 84.5-acre conservation area and urban district river park on an island in the Indian River Lagoon is near the Sebastian Inlet marine ecosystems and the Atlantic Ocean. Isolated from the hustle and bustle of urban life, Long Point Park is a haven for fisherman, and nature enthusiasts. This full service campground features shoreline campsites. […]
This 32.43-acre regional beach park featuring a maritime hammock is a popular site for events and group gatherings. The dunes and maritime hammock allow visitors to experience Florida’s natural coastline. Beach attractions include 3 pavilions along a 1,000’ boardwalk, 6 dune crossovers, seasonal lifeguards, nearby concessions, and surf fishing. Restrooms, outdoor showers, drinking fountains, and […]
This 26.45 acre campground is a well shaded and quiet hammock of pines, palms and foliage providing habitat to squirrels, birds, and tropical creatures. The river offers shoreline fishing and a perfect view of space launches at Kennedy Space Center. Campers also enjoy access to a recreation hall with a small swimming pool and reception […]
Manatee Sanctuary Park boasts over 10 acres of waterfront beauty. Nestled on the Banana River, this dream spot is ideal for picnics, parties, weddings or just a quiet sunset stroll.
The Cove at Port Canaveral is a waterfront destination for tourists and locals to enjoy a variety of restaurants, charter boats, shops & attractions and live entertainment. Restaurants provide a variety of menu choices from finger foods to full-course dinners. Seafood is a specialty, with the day’s catch going directly from the dock to the […]
The epitome of southern style golf courses & situated in a natural Florida savannah—this course is aptly named. It is one of the most challenging courses on Florida’s Space Coast.
18- acre park with veteran’s memorial, splash pad, 2 piers, playground, pavilions, restrooms, yacht club, yacht club boat ramp and Indian River Drive walkway. Riverview Park is home to many annual festivals such as Sebastian Riverfront Fine Art & Music Festival, Pelican Island Wildlife Festival, Home & Garden Show, 4th of July Festival, Sebastian Clambake, […]
Pineapple Park is situated along the Indian River on Pineapple Avenue in the downtown Eau Gallie area, next to the Eau Gallie Library. The park features a fishing pier, picnic areas, park benches and a playground.
Patriots Park is a shady passive park with gorgeous mature trees winding & wrapping themselves through the playground. The park offers play areas for kids ages 2-5 & 5-12, along with park benches.
The North County Aquatic Center is a family oriented public pool. The pool is heated and open year round. It features an activity pool, a competition pool with a diving well and changing facilities. Our activity pool is zero depth for easy entry for all ages. The activity pool has slides, water cannons, bubblers, a […]
Amenities 5 Lighted Tennis Courts 4 Lighted Racquetball Courts 12 Lighted Shuffleboard Courts Multi-Purpose Room Exercise Classes Special Interest Programs Leagues Tournaments Open Play Tennis Lessons
Bennix Park is located on Washington Avenue between Poinsetta & Rosiland Avenues. This park offers 2 gazebos with benches & a windy walkway surrounded by beautiful landscaping & park benches.
Canaveral City Park has a little something for the whole family! Amenities include ball fields, basketball court, restrooms, playground, pavilion and picnic tables. Open daily from 7 a.m. to dusk.
The Cocoa Beach Pier is owned by a local businessman and entrepreneur and was originally built in 1962. Literally stretching out 800 feet over the Atlantic Ocean, the Pier is constructed of over 2 ½ miles of boardwalk planks. The 270 pilings used to support the Pier measure 40 ft in length and are […]
Located in North Indian River County, Dale Wimbrow Park lies along the Sebastian River. Features include a large playground with new equipment, picnic pavilions, an event pavilion (reservation required), restrooms, boat launch, fitness trail, paved parking, fishing access, BBQ grills and pay phone. Park is open every day from 7:30 a.m. until sunset.
Donald MacDonald Park is located in Roseland and lies on the Sebastian River (northern Indian River County). Features include 29 primitive campsites and one site with electricity, an observation boardwalk, boat launch, restrooms with showers, fire pits, concrete picnic tables. The Park is open 365 days per year. There are no reservations taken and camping […]
Golden Sands Park is an oceanfront park that has beach access with lifeguards, playground, restroom facilities and showers, paved parking and picnic pavilions. Hours are from 7:00 a.m. until sunset.
Honest John’s Fish Camp began as a government homestead in 1887. Robert T. Smith and his brother Charley came from southwest Georgia seeking a new life after the ravages of the Civil War. They were farmers and raised beans, sweet potatoes (yams), collards and later citrus. Their produce was shipped to the White House during […]
This 15.37-acre community river park and internationally recognized windsurfing area on the Banana River features a natural catamaran / sailboard launch area with sandy beach and shower, boat ramps with dock, and adjacent parking for cars and boat trailers. Near a small scenic lagoon, a paved walkway connects a mid-size pavilion, 5 grills, restrooms, drinking […]
Located on the west side of Banana River Drive just south of Kelly Park-West, this 40.93-acre community park offers multiuse fields with concession facility, a boardwalk and small fishing pier on a 2.48-acre brackish lake, and paved walkway around the park perimeter. The playground, basketball court, restrooms, drinking fountain pavilion and 5 grills add convenience […]
This park offers direct access to the beach via ramp, along with a boardwalk that’s great for people watching. Surfers and beach-goers alike gather here to enjoy the ocean and browse Indialantic’s shopping district just a short walk away.
Located on Florida’s Treasure Coast in Indian River County is the newest public shooting range. It has been created through the cooperative efforts of the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, the Florida Department of Environmental Protection, the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission and the Board of County Commissioners of Indian River County. Approximately 5 […]
This 29.49 acre community river park is a fisherman’s retreat. An access road extends from the equestrian facility at the park entrance to a small lagoon that offers refuge for manatees and a launch site for canoes and kayaks. Sea grasses in this shallow area are lush, making this one of the best places on […]
The American Police Hall of Fame and Museum was founded in 1960. It is the nation’s first national police museum and memorial dedicated to law enforcement officers killed in the line of duty. Gun Range Info Please note the Gun Range cannot be used by non-US citizens unless they have a lawful hunting license from […]
Explore the Space Coast’s Wild Side! Stroll along shaded boardwalks through lush, unspoiled Florida habitat and discover why our zoo is among the most unique in the country. Get close to animals from around the world- jaguars, monkeys, alligators, birds of prey, kangaroos, and more. Experience the many extraordinary animal encounters like hand-feeding crackers to gentle […]
The Melbourne Beach Pier was built between 1888 and 1889 by the Indian River and Atlantic Railway Company. Constructed of wood planks and pilings in a method used in the late 1800s, the pier is the oldest known example of such piers on the Indian River. After the pier was built, a railroad was laid […]
433 foot pier at Riverside Park in the Town of Indialantic. It is located about 250 feet north of US-192 and is 535 linear feet along the Indian River. The park comprises about .8 acres; has a pier, a walking path the length of the park, picnic tables, and a large bench swing.
Banana River Park offers a waterfront soccer field, a playground, a fishing platform, park benches & parking. The park plays host to local schools & soccer organizations for home games. The newest addition to the park is a Canoe & Kayak Launch located at the north end of the park. Amenities: Waterfront soccer field Pavilion […]