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Birdland on the Atlantic Ocean Coast: Titusville to Merritt Island National Wildlife Refuge & Canaveral National Seashore :: Titusville, FL

This drive midway down Florida’s east coast is a 15-mile route through the saltwater lagoon marsh of a federal refuge that shelters thousands of birds in winter. The drive visits towering 30-foot dunes and the Atlantic Ocean beach of Canaveral Nati

Canaveral National Seashore :: Titusville, FL

The U.S. has set aside ten national seashores and these treasures—on the Atlantic, Pacific, and Gulf coasts—preserve a little of the original flavor of shoreline unencumbered by souvenir shops and condominiums. Canaveral has saved 24 miles of beach a

Sea Turtle Shelter at Turtle Mound: New Smyrna Beach to Canaveral National Seashore :: New Smyrna Beach, FL

This 14-mile drive bisects a narrow finger of land, bordered on one side by the Atlantic Ocean, and on the other side by the sheltered Mosquito Lagoon marsh and islands. The drive dead-ends at an undeveloped barrier beach historic site, once a federa

Florida Atlantic Beaches: Canaveral National Seashore Area Beaches :: Titusville, FL

New Smyrna Beach has boomed in the past decades changing from a sleepy little beach town with dirt roads running to its southern end to a developed coastal community. The vast majority of ownership is absentee, as the area has become a favorite place

Canaveral National Seashore: Nature Trails :: New Smyrna Beach, FL

The distance from the Florida/Georgia border to Key West is more than 500 miles. For all that distance, the longest stretch of undeveloped beach remaining on Florida’s east coast is the 25-mile strip of barrier island known as Canaveral National Seas

Canaveral National Seashore :: Titusville, FL

Includes: Beach Walk, Turtle Mound, Castle Windy, Eldora, Eldora Hammock. The distance from the Florida/Georgia border to Key West is more than 500 miles. For all that distance, the longest stretch of undeveloped beach remaining on the Florida’s East

Space Coast :: New Smyrna Beach, FL

If your family picks only one part of Florida to visit on its first trip to the state, make it this one. Here, you can combine beach play, hands-on lessons on the magic of space travel, and the study of 8,000-year-old artifacts and pirate heritage. Y

Cape Canaveral Seashore Cruise :: Titusville, FL

This ride through the Merritt Island National Wildlife Refuge and Canaveral National Seashore on the north end of Merritt Island will put you in harmony with the wind and water, with a natural condition of life that still exists in Florida. You will

Merritt Island Area :: Titusville, FL

This chapter on the birding areas around the Merritt Island area includes descriptions of the bird-watching at these various destinations: Merritt Island National Wildlife Refuge, Canaveral National Seashore, Black Point Wildlife Drive, Orlando Wetla

Daytona Beach Area :: Flagler Beach, FL

This chapter on the birding areas around the Daytona Beach area includes descriptions of the bird-watching at these various destinations: Gamble Rogers Memorial State Recreation Area, North Peninsula State Park, Bulow Creek State Park, Tomoka State P

Brevard County Parks :: Titusville, FL

Manatee Hammock is on the west bank of Indian River Lagoon in a quiet, well-shaded hammock of pines and palms. Just 26.5 acres, the campground offers a spectacular view of launches at Kennedy Space Center. Campers have access to the park’s recreation

Mosquito Lagoon :: New Smyrna Beach, FL

Mosquito Lagoon is a long lagoon stretching parallel to the Atlantic shore for 30 miles from New Smyrna Beach in the north to the Kennedy Space Center in the south. It connects to the Indian River near the south end via the Haulover Canal near Titus