Discover the best top things to do in Port Canaveral, United States including U.S. Air Force Space & Missile Museum, Jetty Park, Parker Brothers Concepts, Lori Wilson Park, Cocoa Beach, Exploration Tower, Port Canaveral, Cherie Down Park, Rikki Tiki Tavern, Manatee Sanctuary Park.
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4.5 based on 172 reviews
Been here before... and enjoy taking family/friends to this small facility that displays artifacts and lots of photos of launches from Cape Canaveral. Located just outside the gate to the restricted compound, this museum is for free (free parking & entrance).
Here you will also find dedicated individuals who if you wish can provide detailed history... as well as inform you of pending/upcoming launches.
Check this place out if you are interested in free Rocket-tier Launch History.
4.5 based on 615 reviews
We camp here every New Years and at other times thru out the year in our class A RV. Clean park with very close beach access, great playground and fishing pier. A bonus is the store and restaurant right at the beach entrance if you want a snack or even a sandwich. The kids always get ice cream in the store. We enjoy swimming and fishing on the rocks and pier.
5 based on 118 reviews
Great Big THANK YOU to Justine and JOHN for providing us with a first hand experience with some past and future concepts of their company. Justine was gracious enough to give us a tour despite the damage they incurred from Hurricane Matthew! John's stories throughout the tour gave us insight to the brothers. It is inspiring to see these two brothers build their dreams! Over and over, I heard, "NEVER GIVE UP". Take a look at some of these brilliant pieces of work! They truly have thought outside of the box and I hope that it pays off for them! Looking forward to watching this company GROW! This is a must see if you are in the area!
4.5 based on 769 reviews
For this area if the country, this is a great beach!
The Lori Wilson Park is a great access to the beach
The only black mark is the dirty public washrooms
The beach is very long, very wide,fairly clean and this time of year the water is warm enough to swim in.
The sand is peppery not white
Our day at the beach was fairly cool because of the wind.
If you want a hot beach with nice sand, you’ll have to go to the Caribbean...
It was worth the visit
4.5 based on 3 reviews
I love beaches and Cocoa beach didn't let me down. The beach offers all the amenities most beaches offer. Plenty of parking,shops and restaurants.
4 based on 415 reviews
A 7 story attraction full of exhibits and interactive displays.
I found this place on line while I was searching for a out of the way spot to view a shuttle launch. It was perfect because we purchased the VIP tickets which meant there was a very small limited amount of people there during a...MoreThank you Alisa! We do have an amazing view of the launches and the cruise ships as they come and go- never gets old.
4 based on 244 reviews
Cruised out of Port Canaveral on a b2b Carnival Sunshine cruise.Carnivals terminal is located on the far side of the Port (i.e. not directly adjacent to the Port side food outlets and bars)
One of the best Ports we have cruised out of in terms of easy access, friendliness of porters, cruise staff and security.
Disembarking can be more difficult (as at most Ports) in terms of waiting for rental car buses or taxis, but there are covered waiting areas for both.
4.5 based on 75 reviews
It’s free and it’s delightful and what can I say it’s on the ocean. Parking is also free. Great place for family kids friends and the whole lot. Bring your sunscreen
4.5 based on 192 reviews
Located at the end of the 800-foot long Pier, directly over the ocean, is the Rikki Tiki Tavern featuring spectacular ocean views, open-aired seating and all of your favorite specialty drink concoctions. Cool off in the shade and enjoy the salty ocean breeze while sipping on a refreshing tropical drink at our Cocoa Beach Pier bar. Watch the local fishermen and surfers of Cocoa Beach catch a big one! Enjoy the Original Pieradise with fresh, tropical flavors like pineapple, orange and banana or try a fun twist on a traditional Pina Colada with the Cocoa Set Sail including Puerto Rican spiced rum and blue Curacao. With a full bar selection and the best views in town, there's no better place to be!
Cannot beat the view . Watching the cruise ships leave Port Canaveral, watch a rocket launch or just enjoy the sounds of the waves crashing below . Great service , cold drinks and beautiful view . Perfect afternoon - Check
4 based on 273 reviews
Manatee Sanctuary Park boasts over 10 acres of riverfront beauty. Situated on the Banana River, this park has a little something for everyone! 4 Horseshoe Pits 1/2 Mile Paved Fitness Trail 10 Exercise Stations Covered Riverside Boardwalk Picnic Tables & Grills Covered Pavilion with Basic Kitchen (Available for daily Rentals & Private Events) & Even the OCCASIONAL Manatee! Manatee Sanctuary Park is home to the annual Cape Canaveral Founder's Day Festival every March & Space Coast Dragon Boat Festival every April! This park is named Manatee Sanctuary because it borders a section of the Banana River that serves as a protected Manatee habitat. While we cannot guarantee that you will see a manatee during your visit, these beautiful creatures have been known to come and feed off the sea grass along the boardwalk. Manatees enjoy warm waters and typically move to inland springs during the winter months. They are considered an endangered species and fall under highly protective legislation. To learn more about these amazing animals, including where to see them year round, please visit the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission website.
‘Park’ is stretching it a bit. It’s a car park and scenic rest point by the water. Great to relax on a bench and look across the lake. Not much else here. No Manatees spotted.
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