Friendly and bubbly, these blubbery beauties are known to come and feed off the seagrass.
Soaring some seven stories high, just off the waterfront and right next to the Cape Canaveral cruise ship terminals.
Famous for its friendly residents, there’s no better place to go dolphin watching than the shores of Atlantic Florida.
An absolutely stunning slice of old Florida, Canaveral National Seashore is a must-visit for anyone spending time in the area.
This unique, five-acre park grants access to the beach.
Meet actual astronauts at the iconic Kennedy Space Center.
Tucked away in the streets of Cocoa Beach just 2 blocks from the Ocean is one of the most unique attractions in all of Florida.
Ditch the car and the traffic – this time, it’s all about two wheels and the open road.
If you’re looking for a place to relax and take in the natural beauty of Cocoa Beach.
From world-famous attractions like Walt Disney World, Universal Studios, and SeaWorld.
Despite the Cape being most known for its rocket launches and space programs.
Soaring some 45 feet above the ground, and jam-packed with all kinds of obstacles and zip lines.
Space fans rejoice – the Air Force Space & Missile Museum at the Space Center’s Launch Complex 26.
Promising great fun for the whole clan, Golf N Gator is a surefire delight for anyone traveling with kids in tow.
Cape Canaveral Lighthouse has been standing tall since 1848 and is one of the oldest structures in Brevard County.