Spend A Quiet, Relaxing Day on Florida’s Space Coast
Florida’s Space Coast is a little sliver of paradise that many people often forget about. Are you looking for a day filled with fun exploring and a day on the beach? If so, Florida’s Space Coast is your type of place. Here’s a great way of how you can spend your day and not break the bank.
Ron Jon Surf Shop
Explore the Ron Jon Surf Shop in Cocoa Beach. You don’t have to spend a lot of money here, in fact, this place is just an eye full of fun! I would highly recommend picking up sunscreen or a fun beach towel to take with you for your afternoon on the beach. Don’t forget to check out the cars and surfboards that are all around.
The Florida Surf Museum is right next door and worth checking out!
Now, depending on what day of the week you visit. I would plan my visit so I could eat an early evening meal at Rusty’s. I am a die hard fan of shrimp cocktail and Rusty’s did not disappoint!
This is a great place to eat and watch the cruise ships as they depart Port Canaveral. Simple, yet very fun! Have you ever been near a cruise ship? If not, this is a great way to get a close up view with people sailing out of Port Canaveral.
Tuckaway Shores is located in Indialantic, the southern tip of Florida’s Space Coast. Here you will find family, friendly lodging at an affordable price. Ocean front suites that are literally a few feet away from the ocean. Tuckaway Shores is in a quiet area, therefore; it’s as though you have your own private beach. A swimming pool, beach toys, beach chairs, and free wi-fi, make this the ultimate place to relax while on Florida’s Space Coast. How’s this for a nice, private wide open beach? Tuckaway Shores also prides itself on being a member of the Florida Superior Small Lodging Association and has been consistently the winner of the White Glove Award. You will find a clean, comfortable ocean front suite when you stay at Tuckaway Shores.
If you find you have moved to fast and not slowed down enough to have a relaxing day on Florida’s Space Coast, you could also visit the Kennedy Space Center and/or the Exploration Tower.Florida’s Space Coast has a lot more to offer, but this short glimpse gives you a day full of fun and relaxation! Tell me… Have you visited Florida’s Space Coast? If so, what is your favorite thing about this awesome coastline?
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