3185 N Atlantic Ave
Cocoa Beach, FL 32931
Phone: (321) 783-0500
Fax: (321) 784-6515
Buy a dinosaur fossil at this unique store and attraction! You'll find actual dinosaur teeth and claws as well as meteorites, dinosaur castings, amber specimens, and more. After visiting the store you can head to the Adventure Zone where for a small fee you can see educational exhibits, play arcade games, and interact with live animals.
This five acre park is a great place to take in a space shuttle launch, a picnic, or dip in the ocean. Onsite shower facilities are available.
A beautiful green space, the Lori Wilson Park is the perfect picnic spot, nestled at the edge of the city. The park offers several entertaining options like a pool, a picnic area, play corner for kids and much more which ensures that every family member find something to their liking. Besides, the sheer calm of the park is a perfect refresher for all those weary of the fast paced city life. So put on your walking shoes, for a refreshing outing awaits you at Lori Wilson Park.
Established in 1962, Cocoa Beach Pier extends 800 feet (244 meters) over the ocean. Stop by this historic pier to visit its shops, restaurants, listen to music at a hosted event, swim at the nearby beach, or to just have fun. You can also fish off a designated area of the pier for a small fee.
Away from adulteration of the city life, Cocoa Beach is a perfect retreat. The beach is bestowed with soft, white sand and its turquoise waters are home to exotic flora and fauna including dolphins. Its coastline is ideal for a peaceful walk and the sandy shore is perfect for sunbathing and relaxing. But if you are an adventure enthusiast, bring out your beach gear and head into the deep blue for some fishing or swimming, experience the thrill of para-gliding or take an eco-tour adventure; options are many, all you'll need is the spirit to explore! There are many eclectic restaurants, bars and nightclubs around the beach, which is why the place is always bustling with energy.
Not just your average mini-golf course, Golf N Gator is also home to American alligators. Visitors can put their way through a round of golf and get up close to the resident alligators as they sun themselves on the grass or hide out in their giant pond. Truly a unique outing for the whole family.
Banana River is a lagoon measuring 31 miles in length. The lagoon is nestled between Merritt Island and Cape Canaveral and connects to the Indian River on the south end. Here you can find salt marshes, tidal flats, mangrove forests and many other wild habitats.
This family fun center offers a plethora of activities for all ages. Go-carts, miniature golf, batting cages and even an arcade will keep the kids busy and entertained for hours.
This Floridian naval port is one of the busiest cruise ship ports in the world. From large passenger ships to cargo vessels, Port Canaveral has traffic coming and going around the clock.
Exploration Tower offers an educational yet fun experience for the whole family. This seven-story architectural landmark is home to an array of interactive exhibitions and fun activities. Navigate a simulated boat, learn about the history of Port Canaveral at the state-of-the-art theater, and visit the Kennedy Space Center. Head to the observation deck on the top floor for breathtaking views of the port and surrounding beach.
This spacious park is full of activities and attractions for the whole family. From watching cruise ships depart, nearby rocket launches, fishing pier, campgrounds and giant children's play structure, Jetty Park is a great outdoor destination.
This riverside park is full of activities for the whole family. A boat ramp, shower facilities, sandy beach and much more, Kelly Park has it all.