3185 N Atlantic Ave
Cocoa Beach, FL 32931
Phone: (321) 783-0500
Fax: (321) 784-6515
321 Kiteboarding is located in Cocoa Beach, southeast of Orlando on the shores of the Atlantic Ocean. Choose from receiving lessons in Cocoa, Titusville or Melbourne areas in the shallow, calm waters of the Indian River or Banana River lagoon. All equipment required is supplied and lessons are offered for kiteboarding, kitesurfing, surfing and sailing for all ages and skill levels, including lessons for beginners, intermediate or advanced riders. Rentals are also available for hourly or daily rates for kayaks, paddleboats and boats. - Diane Dilov-Schultheis
Cocoa Beach Country Club - Dolphin Course has a par of 71, Gold Tees of 6393 yards with a slope of 115, Blue Tees of 5952 yards with a slope of 110, White Tees of 5496 yards with a slope of 109 and Red Tees of 4985 yards with a slope of 105. Designed and built in 1968 by Charles Ankrom, the Dolphin-Lakes Course is one of three combinations available at Cocoa Beach Country Club. This coupling of nine-hole courses occupies the interior of the club's property. There are lots of dogleg fairways on this well-trapped and windy course and a number of ponds in play. The course is generally open. The par-5s and par-3s range from short to medium in length. There are a few long par-4s. This is a public golf course. Metal spikes are tolerated but not encouraged.
Cocoa Beach Country Club - Lakes Course has a par of 72, Gold Tees of 6714 yards with a slope of 119, Blue Tees of 6272 yards with a slope of 114, White Tees of 5861 yards with a slope of 110 and Red Tees of 5294 yards with a slope of 113. The Lakes-River Course is the longest and toughest of the three courses at Cocoa Beach Country Club; it is still comparatively easy. This course has several holes that parallel the Banana River, providing a scenic stretch of golf and a large, lateral water hazard. Although a couple of the par-4s are of substantial distance, most greens are easily reachable in regulation strokes. This is a public golf course. Metal spikes are tolerated, but not encouraged.
Cocoa Beach Country Club - River Course has a par of 71, Gold Tees of 6363 yards with a slope of 116, Blue Tees of 5890 yards with a slope of 111, White Tees of 5459 yards with a slope of 106 and Red Tees of 4903 yards with a slope of 108. Although the River/Dolphin Course is the shortest of the three available options at Cocoa Beach Country Club, it is not the easiest. There are a number of small traps and ponds, as well as a stretch of holes that run along the Banana River. Add the constant coastal breeze and you have your hands full. This Charles Ankrom design will interest any player. This is a public golf course. Metal spikes are tolerated but not encouraged.
Obsession Charters is located in the Sunrise Marina in Cape Canaveral, less than an hour's drive east of Orlando and just minutes north of Cocoa Beach. Situated on the Atlantic Ocean, this is the place to go for unforgettable fishing adventures. Choose from a variety of packages featuring deep sea fishing trips or create your own adventure with a private charter. Deep sea fishing rates include half-day trips (11a to 5p) and full day trips (8a to 5p) for grouper, red snapper, amberjack, kingfish, cobia and sharks. Other options include nighttime shark trips (7p to 11p) and moonlight snapper trips (7p to 4a). -Diane Dilov-Schultheis
Cocoa Beach Parasail offers guests parasailing adventures over the Atlantic Ocean. Your adventure starts at the Sunrise Marina in Cape Canaveral, less than an hour's drive east of Orlando. Choose from either 500- or 800-foot flights that take you along the Space Coast. These offer spectacular views of the Kennedy Space Center, Jetty Park, Cocoa Beach, Cocoa Beach Pier, Ron Jon’s Surf Shop, as well as possible sightings of the area's marine life, such as sea turtles, whales, sting rays and dolphins. Guest can remain completely dry during the adventure with takeoffs and landings directly from the boat, or they can opt for a gentle splash in the water. Reservations are required and adventures may be cancelled due to bad weather. -Diane Dilov-Schultheis
Designed by Gordon Lewis, this par 72 championship course expands over a massive area of dense forest and green wood. The golf course houses a practice area spread over 10,000 square foot, an aqua range spread over 12 range and a tee area of over 6,000 yards. With four set of tees, the golf course offers its golfers the best tee-time along with some real play. Call for bookings and further inquiries.
This course dates from 1991 and was designed by Gordon G. Lewis. It is flat and very easy to walk. There are intermittent trees, and water is present on 14 holes. There is moderate trapping, and the greens are small and fast. The par-4s are short to moderately long. The par-3s cover a broad range from 120 to 220 yards. The par-5s are average. Savannahs at Merritt Island is a public golf course. Only soft spikes are allowed. Green fees vary. Open daily 7am onwards.
This nicely maintained layout is a classic country club course. It's not extremely hard and you have to make a serious mistake to find any real trouble. Rockledge Country Club's difficulty is concentrated around its greens, with sand traps and awkward chips and pitches. It pays to be a good iron player. Both accuracy and distance control are required. This is a private golf course. Soft spikes only.
This 1973 Robert Renaud-designed the Turtle Creek Golf Club features very thin fairways and a number of lakes and streams. It's challenging from the Gold tees. The par-5s are varied. One is long, one is short and two are of ordinary length. The par-3s are fairly tame, with the longest measuring 190 yards from the Gold tees. There are also two long par-4s on the back nine. This is a semi-private golf course.
Joe Lee's trademark traps demand accuracy. Viera East Golf Club is an 18 hole golf course and an absolute blend of natural surroundings with the architects ideas of lakes and marshlands creatively woven together to produce this golf course. There are trees to contend with here as well. Although shorter than most of Lee's courses, this course is no less difficult. Viera East Golf Club is a classic big-green, big-sand-trap golf course. This is a semi-private golf course. Only soft spikes are allowed.
Accuracy is the key on this golf course. There is plenty of sand and more than enough water, leaving very little room for error. It's definitely a point-to-point golf course. The course is in excellent shape. Number 14 is a par-5 that ruthlessly demands three shots over water. This is a private golf course. You are allowed to play with only soft spikes.