Cape Canaveral has been voted the best port for cruising in America for the 3rd year in a row. And its most famous resident is Kennedy Space Center.
But there is much more to Cape Canaveral than cruising or visiting NASA–and it’s a lot less crowded and expensive than Orlando!
Hit the waves in Cocoa Beach–the east coast surf capital. Then shop at world-famous Ron Jon’s for a souvenir or tee-shirt.
If you have a need for speed, head over to Capt Duke’s in Titusville for a thrilling airboat ride. See gators, birds and wildlife as you cruise the swamps and waterways.
Cape Canaveral has an abundance of ways to connect with nature. See manatees, dolphins, birds, lizards, and of course gators!
If nature isn’t calling, set sail on the Victory Casino Cruise for the afternoon. Enjoy slots, tables, live music, food and cool libations.
If you’re the sporty type, there’s plenty to do. Golfing, deep sea fishing, swimming and hiking are just a few of the activities to keep you busy.
Cape Canaveral and Cocoa Beach have dozens of great eating and drinking options–from tiki bars on the water to authentic Italian joints.
Bringing the kids or grandkids? They won’t be bored or complaining while walking the tight ropes at Ariel Adventures or mini golfing with gators at Golf N Gator!
If the kids are speed demons, they’ll get the feel of real racing action at the Beachside Grand Prix.
If it’s raining on your parade, the kids (and those who are kids at heart) will love The Dinosaur Store & Museum and Wizard of Oz Museum.
Cape Canaveral in Florida is a place the whole family will love! Get the Ultimate Guide to Cape Canaveral here….