Linda’s guidebook

Linda

Linda’s guidebook

Foodies Delight
Restaurant recommendations for food lovers.
If you like seafood, steak and scenery, you will truly enjoy Shiloh's Steak and Seafood restaurant. It is located on the Indian River Lagoon (waterfront dining) with a direct view of NASA. This restaurant offers vegan, vegetarian and gluten free options as well. No reservations or waiting for upstairs bar seating, but there is plenty of seating downstairs too.
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Shiloh's Steak & Seafood
3665 South Washington Avenue
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If you like seafood, steak and scenery, you will truly enjoy Shiloh's Steak and Seafood restaurant. It is located on the Indian River Lagoon (waterfront dining) with a direct view of NASA. This restaurant offers vegan, vegetarian and gluten free options as well. No reservations or waiting for upstairs bar seating, but there is plenty of seating downstairs too.
If you are a fan of comfort foods in a laid-back "Cheers" type atmosphere (lots of regulars), this is the place for you. Lots of homemade recipes (the chicken is the best you have ever tasted, I guarantee it!), large menu and decent prices. The staff are friendly and the service is very efficient. Nothing fancy on the outside, but lots of good eating on the inside!
Steve's Family Diner
2900 South Washington Avenue
If you are a fan of comfort foods in a laid-back "Cheers" type atmosphere (lots of regulars), this is the place for you. Lots of homemade recipes (the chicken is the best you have ever tasted, I guarantee it!), large menu and decent prices. The staff are friendly and the service is very efficient. Nothing fancy on the outside, but lots of good eating on the inside!
If you enjoy authentic Mexican food and $5 Margaritas, this is the place for you. They have a full menu full of awesome dishes and friendly, fast service. You will not be disappointed!
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El Leoncito Mexican and Cuban Restaurant
4280 South Washington Avenue
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If you enjoy authentic Mexican food and $5 Margaritas, this is the place for you. They have a full menu full of awesome dishes and friendly, fast service. You will not be disappointed!
If you are into good ole southern soul food cooking, you will love Loyd Have Mercy restaurant. The fried chicken will have you licking your fingers clean as will the meatloaf and fried green tomatoes. The whole menu has something for everyone, tasty and fresh. This restaurant was featured on Restaurant Impossible (Food Network) and the changes have turned it from a failing business to a successful and thriving enterprise. Stop through for some good ole southern hospitality.
Loyd Have Mercy Restaurant
3434 S Washington Ave
If you are into good ole southern soul food cooking, you will love Loyd Have Mercy restaurant. The fried chicken will have you licking your fingers clean as will the meatloaf and fried green tomatoes. The whole menu has something for everyone, tasty and fresh. This restaurant was featured on Restaurant Impossible (Food Network) and the changes have turned it from a failing business to a successful and thriving enterprise. Stop through for some good ole southern hospitality.
Explore the Neighborhood
Information for the area and surrounding area where you will be vacationing.
La Cita is a friendly, clean, peaceful, family friendly neighborhood. At any given day, you will see beautiful gardens, neighbors walking their dogs, and kids playing. Walk in the neighborhood and view the beautiful landscaping, gorgeous scenery and photo opportunities.
La Cita
La Cita is a friendly, clean, peaceful, family friendly neighborhood. At any given day, you will see beautiful gardens, neighbors walking their dogs, and kids playing. Walk in the neighborhood and view the beautiful landscaping, gorgeous scenery and photo opportunities.
If you want to find out about Historical Titusville, download the Explore Historic Titusville FL (https://history.titusville.com/about) - a free app that puts the city’s history, people, and memorable places at your fingertips. Discover the sites of Titusville’s long history—from its earliest Native American inhabitants, through its rough-and-tumble pioneering era, to its growth as a modern city with close connections to Cape Canaveral and the American Space Program. Self-guided walking and driving tours will direct you to dozens of highlighted spots on the interactive GPS-enabled map, providing stories, historic images, and vivid narration at each location. These tours will reveal new and unexpected aspects of Titusville’s history—and will help make your exploration of the city and its surroundings an engaging and unforgettable experience.
Titusville
If you want to find out about Historical Titusville, download the Explore Historic Titusville FL (https://history.titusville.com/about) - a free app that puts the city’s history, people, and memorable places at your fingertips. Discover the sites of Titusville’s long history—from its earliest Native American inhabitants, through its rough-and-tumble pioneering era, to its growth as a modern city with close connections to Cape Canaveral and the American Space Program. Self-guided walking and driving tours will direct you to dozens of highlighted spots on the interactive GPS-enabled map, providing stories, historic images, and vivid narration at each location. These tours will reveal new and unexpected aspects of Titusville’s history—and will help make your exploration of the city and its surroundings an engaging and unforgettable experience.
Neighboring Towns
Neighboring towns that offer a variety of activities, beaches and shopping and relaxation.
Cocoa Beach in Florida has no skyscrapers, no traffic-clogged roads, and no hustle and bustle. Here, the pleasures come almost entirely from Mother Nature, who is kind enough to bestow this area with soft sub-tropical breezes, soothing waves on a beautiful beach, nesting sea turtles, and incredible sunrises and sunsets. Not to say that there aren't a few manmade sightseeing opportunities here, though: scratch the surface and you'll find evidence of the early pioneers, along with a variety of modern attractions for all ages to enjoy. Cocoa Beach is a place to relieve the stresses of modern-day life, to unwind and savor its cultural, historical, technological, and culinary surprises. You can take a cruise, see where modern pioneers fly into the heavens (and experience some of the same in-flight sensations they do), peer into the galaxies, visit a historic pioneer village, get up-close-and-personal with the local wildlife, and tee off at some of the greatest golf clubs in Florida. Whatever your preference, you'll see there's no end of fun places to visit in Cocoa Beach.
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Cocoa Beach
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Cocoa Beach in Florida has no skyscrapers, no traffic-clogged roads, and no hustle and bustle. Here, the pleasures come almost entirely from Mother Nature, who is kind enough to bestow this area with soft sub-tropical breezes, soothing waves on a beautiful beach, nesting sea turtles, and incredible sunrises and sunsets. Not to say that there aren't a few manmade sightseeing opportunities here, though: scratch the surface and you'll find evidence of the early pioneers, along with a variety of modern attractions for all ages to enjoy. Cocoa Beach is a place to relieve the stresses of modern-day life, to unwind and savor its cultural, historical, technological, and culinary surprises. You can take a cruise, see where modern pioneers fly into the heavens (and experience some of the same in-flight sensations they do), peer into the galaxies, visit a historic pioneer village, get up-close-and-personal with the local wildlife, and tee off at some of the greatest golf clubs in Florida. Whatever your preference, you'll see there's no end of fun places to visit in Cocoa Beach.
Daytona Beach boasts the world-famous 23-mile long stretch of white sandy beach that allows vehicle driving during daylight hours, and offers nearly every water sport imaginable as well as a lively boardwalk. Situated near the middle of the peninsula, the beach is famous for its large crowds, bustling pier and hard-packed sand. In fact, it's thanks to the sand's firm composition that drivers are allowed to park their cars right on the beach. There is also a mile-long pedestrian-only zone that surrounds the pier. Beyond the pier you'll also find a variety of shops, bars and restaurants. The beach is open 24 hours a day to pedestrians, but driving hours are limited to sunrise to sunset (permitting tidal conditions) between Nov. 1 and April 30, and between 8 a.m. and 7 p.m. May 1 through Oct. 31. Access to the beach is free, but it is $20 per day to drive on the beach from Feb. 1 through Nov. 30. The speed limit on the beach is 10 mph. Pedestrians and drivers should also be mindful of nesting sea turtles from May to October, who typically nest in marked dune areas.
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Daytona Beach
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Daytona Beach boasts the world-famous 23-mile long stretch of white sandy beach that allows vehicle driving during daylight hours, and offers nearly every water sport imaginable as well as a lively boardwalk. Situated near the middle of the peninsula, the beach is famous for its large crowds, bustling pier and hard-packed sand. In fact, it's thanks to the sand's firm composition that drivers are allowed to park their cars right on the beach. There is also a mile-long pedestrian-only zone that surrounds the pier. Beyond the pier you'll also find a variety of shops, bars and restaurants. The beach is open 24 hours a day to pedestrians, but driving hours are limited to sunrise to sunset (permitting tidal conditions) between Nov. 1 and April 30, and between 8 a.m. and 7 p.m. May 1 through Oct. 31. Access to the beach is free, but it is $20 per day to drive on the beach from Feb. 1 through Nov. 30. The speed limit on the beach is 10 mph. Pedestrians and drivers should also be mindful of nesting sea turtles from May to October, who typically nest in marked dune areas.
Something Different
Maybe not your usual tourist attraction (or maybe it is), but super-fun to explore nonetheless!
If you are in the Daytona area, Buc-ee's is the place to go. Buc-ee’s offers 104 gas pumps and a mega-convenience store that’s over 50,000 square feet. Located at I-95 and LPGA Boulevard in Daytona Beach, Buc-ee’s is so much more than a gas station - the food and shopping are also a big draw. Buc-ee’s is known for its selection of jerky, Texas BBQ, fudge, kolaches, pastries and of course Beaver Nuggets - a sweet corn puff snack that’s similar to caramel corn. It's filled with as many eclectic products as one could ever imagine—from regional food that’s actually delicious to souvenirs, including their cartoon beaver mascot, Buc-ee. Make plans to visit...you will absolutely love it!
Buc-ee's
2330 Gateway North Drive
If you are in the Daytona area, Buc-ee's is the place to go. Buc-ee’s offers 104 gas pumps and a mega-convenience store that’s over 50,000 square feet. Located at I-95 and LPGA Boulevard in Daytona Beach, Buc-ee’s is so much more than a gas station - the food and shopping are also a big draw. Buc-ee’s is known for its selection of jerky, Texas BBQ, fudge, kolaches, pastries and of course Beaver Nuggets - a sweet corn puff snack that’s similar to caramel corn. It's filled with as many eclectic products as one could ever imagine—from regional food that’s actually delicious to souvenirs, including their cartoon beaver mascot, Buc-ee. Make plans to visit...you will absolutely love it!
The American Police Hall of Fame & Museum is located at 6350 Horizon Drive just south of Titusville, Florida, adjacent to the Astronaut Hall of Fame. It houses law enforcement exhibits, a memorial and a Hall of Fame. It is the nation's first national police museum and a memorial dedicated to law enforcement officers killed in the line of duty. The museum was founded in 1960 in North Port, Florida by Gerald Arenberg, a police officer injured in the line of duty by a drunk driver in 1955. It was his dream to build a memorial to honor all law enforcement officers killed in the line of duty, those that paid the ultimate sacrifice to keep the peace, to protect, and to serve. The museum was moved from North Port to the former FBI building in Miami, Florida in 1990. This building had 3 floors, housing the museum on the first 2 floors and the administration offices on the 3rd floor. By 2000 this facility became too small to house the growing number of exhibits, as well as the growing number of names in the memorial. In 2001, building began on the museum in Titusville. This facility opened in May, 2003.
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American Police Hall of Fame & Museum
6350 Horizon Drive
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The American Police Hall of Fame & Museum is located at 6350 Horizon Drive just south of Titusville, Florida, adjacent to the Astronaut Hall of Fame. It houses law enforcement exhibits, a memorial and a Hall of Fame. It is the nation's first national police museum and a memorial dedicated to law enforcement officers killed in the line of duty. The museum was founded in 1960 in North Port, Florida by Gerald Arenberg, a police officer injured in the line of duty by a drunk driver in 1955. It was his dream to build a memorial to honor all law enforcement officers killed in the line of duty, those that paid the ultimate sacrifice to keep the peace, to protect, and to serve. The museum was moved from North Port to the former FBI building in Miami, Florida in 1990. This building had 3 floors, housing the museum on the first 2 floors and the administration offices on the 3rd floor. By 2000 this facility became too small to house the growing number of exhibits, as well as the growing number of names in the memorial. In 2001, building began on the museum in Titusville. This facility opened in May, 2003.
In the warm and dark lagoon waters lies a natural phenomenon of glowing blue waters alive with activity. The swirling of your hand, every paddle stroke, and the rolling wake off of your kayak all sparkle throughout the darkness. Not only do fish leave trails, dolphins look like torpedoes, and manatees a slow and graceful submarine. Many guests compare the experience to Pandora of “Avatar.” Some even recall the bioluminescence scene in “Life of Pi” as the gentle plankton leave a trickling glow when you hold it in your hands and let it trickle down your arm. It is actually the biological response of microscopic algae called a dinoflagellate. The perfectly natural and harmless concentration of organisms produces light before your very eyes, often existing in millions per liter of water. Your 2-hour tour will include a ton of information about these rare and exotic creatures with the most experienced guides in the area. Call +1 855 275 5071 to book and use the product code: 65756P5 (sells out quickly)
Bioluminescence Tours
486 North Washington Avenue
In the warm and dark lagoon waters lies a natural phenomenon of glowing blue waters alive with activity. The swirling of your hand, every paddle stroke, and the rolling wake off of your kayak all sparkle throughout the darkness. Not only do fish leave trails, dolphins look like torpedoes, and manatees a slow and graceful submarine. Many guests compare the experience to Pandora of “Avatar.” Some even recall the bioluminescence scene in “Life of Pi” as the gentle plankton leave a trickling glow when you hold it in your hands and let it trickle down your arm. It is actually the biological response of microscopic algae called a dinoflagellate. The perfectly natural and harmless concentration of organisms produces light before your very eyes, often existing in millions per liter of water. Your 2-hour tour will include a ton of information about these rare and exotic creatures with the most experienced guides in the area. Call +1 855 275 5071 to book and use the product code: 65756P5 (sells out quickly)
Located in the heart of historic downtown Titusville, Playalinda Brewing Company has over 15 house-brewed beers on tap. With three decade's worth of experience, Playalinda's Brewmaster/Certified CiceroneTM Ron Raike, crafts the house-beer using seasonally inspired ingredients that lend to the quality and freshness of the finished product. Bottoms up!
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Playalinda Brewing Company - Brix Project
5220 S Washington Ave
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Located in the heart of historic downtown Titusville, Playalinda Brewing Company has over 15 house-brewed beers on tap. With three decade's worth of experience, Playalinda's Brewmaster/Certified CiceroneTM Ron Raike, crafts the house-beer using seasonally inspired ingredients that lend to the quality and freshness of the finished product. Bottoms up!
Fun things to do
So much to do, plenty of time! Let's gooooo!
NASA’s Kennedy Space Center (KSC), features a wide range of exhibits, displays, and immersive experiences that simulate astronaut training. Highlights include the Space Shuttle Atlantis exhibit, which contains the Atlantis orbiter, and the “Shuttle Launch Experience,” a simulated ride into space. Daily presentations are given by veteran NASA astronauts. Bus tours take visitors to the Apollo/Saturn V Center and some of the KSC’s most famous launchpads and other installations.
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Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex
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NASA’s Kennedy Space Center (KSC), features a wide range of exhibits, displays, and immersive experiences that simulate astronaut training. Highlights include the Space Shuttle Atlantis exhibit, which contains the Atlantis orbiter, and the “Shuttle Launch Experience,” a simulated ride into space. Daily presentations are given by veteran NASA astronauts. Bus tours take visitors to the Apollo/Saturn V Center and some of the KSC’s most famous launchpads and other installations.
Want to visit a Titusville Landmark? I got you covered! This historic Queen Anne style home, built in 1891, by Capt. James Pritchard, has become one of the most impressive landmarks of Titusville. It was occupied by successive generations of the Pritchard family until 2003, when it was purchased by Brevard County and restored in cooperation with the North Brevard Heritage Foundation. It is now operated as a house museum complete with period furniture, much of it donated by Titusville residents. Capt. Pritchard was an entrepreneur and civic leader who was responsible in large measure for the development of the City of Titusville. He was the first to establish a bank and operated the city’s first electric generating plant. This residence features a corner tower with a conical roof, a wrap-around porch, veranda, and second floor balcony. It is surrounded by gardens sponsored by descendants of early families who settled in Titusville and North Brevard County with plaques that record family histories and stories of the area’s development.
Pritchard House
424 South Washington Avenue
Want to visit a Titusville Landmark? I got you covered! This historic Queen Anne style home, built in 1891, by Capt. James Pritchard, has become one of the most impressive landmarks of Titusville. It was occupied by successive generations of the Pritchard family until 2003, when it was purchased by Brevard County and restored in cooperation with the North Brevard Heritage Foundation. It is now operated as a house museum complete with period furniture, much of it donated by Titusville residents. Capt. Pritchard was an entrepreneur and civic leader who was responsible in large measure for the development of the City of Titusville. He was the first to establish a bank and operated the city’s first electric generating plant. This residence features a corner tower with a conical roof, a wrap-around porch, veranda, and second floor balcony. It is surrounded by gardens sponsored by descendants of early families who settled in Titusville and North Brevard County with plaques that record family histories and stories of the area’s development.
Feel a need to have the wind in your hair? Skydive Space Center is your huckleberry! They an incredible view of the entire Space Coast. During your ride to altitude you will be treated to a scenic view of the Atlantic Ocean, the Indian River, and the Kennedy Space Center including all the launch sites and the main shuttle assembly building. They usually fly directly over the Space Center runway where the shuttle lands. This awesome tour is available only at Skydive Space Center and is included with all of their jumps at no extra charge. They also offer this scenic ride to any non jumpers in your group who would like to ride with you in the plane. Check out groupon for an even better rate. Take that leap...you know you want to. :-)
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Skydive Space Center
476 North Williams Avenue
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Feel a need to have the wind in your hair? Skydive Space Center is your huckleberry! They an incredible view of the entire Space Coast. During your ride to altitude you will be treated to a scenic view of the Atlantic Ocean, the Indian River, and the Kennedy Space Center including all the launch sites and the main shuttle assembly building. They usually fly directly over the Space Center runway where the shuttle lands. This awesome tour is available only at Skydive Space Center and is included with all of their jumps at no extra charge. They also offer this scenic ride to any non jumpers in your group who would like to ride with you in the plane. Check out groupon for an even better rate. Take that leap...you know you want to. :-)
This is one the best river tours around. Your adventure takes you through part of Brevard County's estuary on the Indian River Lagoon and the Banana River. You will see bottled-nose dolphins, manatees, wild birds, with over 4,300 unique and localized plant species. The 2-hour adventure is delightfully narrated by the very knowledgeable and entertaining captain. The tours are offered six (6) days a week, morning and afternoon, year round. If you're feeling a bit romantic, they offer a Friday night Sunset Cruise (Sunset tours are non-narrated). Feel free to bring your favorite adult beverage and snacks on your tour (must be at least 21), and take in the sights, smells and sounds. Extra plus, there's a potty on board...and it's clean! Hours: Tuesday through Sat 9:00 am to 11:00 am and 12:00 pm to 2:00 pm, Sunday 9am tour and some 12pm *Tour times are subject to change due to weather and/or number of riders. *Must have Reservation Hint: Go to Groupon and get a voucher (great price) and then call and make your reservation. Or you can call them directly www.goodnaturedtours.com. You will absolutely LOVE this tour. Located in Melbourne, Fl (35 min drive from Titusville)
Good Natured River Tours llc
6075 US-1
This is one the best river tours around. Your adventure takes you through part of Brevard County's estuary on the Indian River Lagoon and the Banana River. You will see bottled-nose dolphins, manatees, wild birds, with over 4,300 unique and localized plant species. The 2-hour adventure is delightfully narrated by the very knowledgeable and entertaining captain. The tours are offered six (6) days a week, morning and afternoon, year round. If you're feeling a bit romantic, they offer a Friday night Sunset Cruise (Sunset tours are non-narrated). Feel free to bring your favorite adult beverage and snacks on your tour (must be at least 21), and take in the sights, smells and sounds. Extra plus, there's a potty on board...and it's clean! Hours: Tuesday through Sat 9:00 am to 11:00 am and 12:00 pm to 2:00 pm, Sunday 9am tour and some 12pm *Tour times are subject to change due to weather and/or number of riders. *Must have Reservation Hint: Go to Groupon and get a voucher (great price) and then call and make your reservation. Or you can call them directly www.goodnaturedtours.com. You will absolutely LOVE this tour. Located in Melbourne, Fl (35 min drive from Titusville)
This seashore sports more than 20 miles of undeveloped natural coastline, pristine beaches, and barrier islands. Canaveral National Seashore is a premier destination for those interested in communing with the natural world and enjoying the Sunshine State’s sun, sand, and surf. If nude beaching is your thing, anything beyond pier 11 is clothing optional. Boating, camping, fishing, and hiking are popular activities, as are the guided sea turtle nesting tours that are available seasonally. Canaveral National Seashore has 14 backcountry island camping sites. Visitors can use their own flats boat, pontoon, canoe or kayak to access designated campsites. Camping is available by reservation only. Campsite reservations can be made up to six months in advance. Entrance is on a per-vehicle basis .
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Canaveral National Seashore
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This seashore sports more than 20 miles of undeveloped natural coastline, pristine beaches, and barrier islands. Canaveral National Seashore is a premier destination for those interested in communing with the natural world and enjoying the Sunshine State’s sun, sand, and surf. If nude beaching is your thing, anything beyond pier 11 is clothing optional. Boating, camping, fishing, and hiking are popular activities, as are the guided sea turtle nesting tours that are available seasonally. Canaveral National Seashore has 14 backcountry island camping sites. Visitors can use their own flats boat, pontoon, canoe or kayak to access designated campsites. Camping is available by reservation only. Campsite reservations can be made up to six months in advance. Entrance is on a per-vehicle basis .
Hiking, Biking & Fishing
Get your steps in, pump those legs or catch that big one while enjoying the wildlife and the scenery.
Wuesthoff Park is a half-mile sandy nature trail that wanders under towering trees through native plant and animal habitats, providing a glimpse of the natural Florida frontier. Near the nature center, several picnic tables with a grill are located in an open grass area while a park bench offers a scenic view of the wetlands.
Wuesthoff Park
2000 Wuesthoff Street
Wuesthoff Park is a half-mile sandy nature trail that wanders under towering trees through native plant and animal habitats, providing a glimpse of the natural Florida frontier. Near the nature center, several picnic tables with a grill are located in an open grass area while a park bench offers a scenic view of the wetlands.
This is a 470-acre forest that is part of a sanctuary network. Located in the southern limits of the City of Titusville, the Enchanted Forest Sanctuary preserves a diversity of natural habitats. Several miles of hiking trails allow visitors to enjoy the natural beauty of the region. Wildlife observation, nature photography, and hiking are popular recreational activities. A wonderful wealth of plant life also abounds as both temperate (northern) and subtropical (southern) species grow in the Sanctuary together. The Management & Education Center interprets the Sanctuary's unique natural features for visitors of all ages and abilities. There are five basic habitat types found at the Enchanted Forest Sanctuary: Oak scrub, mesic and hydric hammock, wet prairie, and pine flatwood. Wildlife species found here include the Eastern indigo snake, Florida scrub lizard, gopher tortoise, white-tailed deer, and bobcat.
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Brevard County Enchanted Forest Sanctuary
444 Columbia Boulevard
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This is a 470-acre forest that is part of a sanctuary network. Located in the southern limits of the City of Titusville, the Enchanted Forest Sanctuary preserves a diversity of natural habitats. Several miles of hiking trails allow visitors to enjoy the natural beauty of the region. Wildlife observation, nature photography, and hiking are popular recreational activities. A wonderful wealth of plant life also abounds as both temperate (northern) and subtropical (southern) species grow in the Sanctuary together. The Management & Education Center interprets the Sanctuary's unique natural features for visitors of all ages and abilities. There are five basic habitat types found at the Enchanted Forest Sanctuary: Oak scrub, mesic and hydric hammock, wet prairie, and pine flatwood. Wildlife species found here include the Eastern indigo snake, Florida scrub lizard, gopher tortoise, white-tailed deer, and bobcat.
Fox Lake Park is a popular 31.57 acre regional park in North Brevard. It is a scenic getaway that is ideal for large community events. A paved road loops through the many palm and ornamental trees that many use as a walking or biking trail. Facilities include family picnic shelters, grills, sand volleyball court, a fishing dock and a boat ramp (with access to South Lake from Fox Lake, and numerous channels to explore by canoe / kayak). 2 mid-sized pavilions and a large pavilion seating up to 1000 with kitchen and stage are available for rental.
Fox Lake Park
4400 Fox Lake Rd
Fox Lake Park is a popular 31.57 acre regional park in North Brevard. It is a scenic getaway that is ideal for large community events. A paved road loops through the many palm and ornamental trees that many use as a walking or biking trail. Facilities include family picnic shelters, grills, sand volleyball court, a fishing dock and a boat ramp (with access to South Lake from Fox Lake, and numerous channels to explore by canoe / kayak). 2 mid-sized pavilions and a large pavilion seating up to 1000 with kitchen and stage are available for rental.
There are two paths and both are great trails that wind through several habitats. There are several good places to explore walkways and a viewing platform to view amazing wildlife. One of the highlights is the old NASA railway tracks. The trails are wide so plenty of room and there are bathroom facilities available. Located on Blackpoint Wildlife Drive in Titusville.
Cruickshank trail
There are two paths and both are great trails that wind through several habitats. There are several good places to explore walkways and a viewing platform to view amazing wildlife. One of the highlights is the old NASA railway tracks. The trails are wide so plenty of room and there are bathroom facilities available. Located on Blackpoint Wildlife Drive in Titusville.
Chain of Lakes is a lakefront area with three miles of trails for your biking or hiking pleasure, five softball diamonds, two soccer fields and a picnic pavilions. Nice place to get away and enjoy the wildlife. There is an awesome lookout tower to enhance your view. Restrooms, water fountains and a concession stand are conveniently located in the park. 2300 Truman Scarborough Way, Titusville, FL.
Chain of Lakes Park
2300 Truman Scarborough Way
Chain of Lakes is a lakefront area with three miles of trails for your biking or hiking pleasure, five softball diamonds, two soccer fields and a picnic pavilions. Nice place to get away and enjoy the wildlife. There is an awesome lookout tower to enhance your view. Restrooms, water fountains and a concession stand are conveniently located in the park. 2300 Truman Scarborough Way, Titusville, FL.
This 5.00 acre pier landscape is located on A. Max Brewer Memorial Parkway in North Titusville, linking it to Merritt Island. It provides access to the Indian River Lagoon with a nice area for crabbing, fishing and shrimping around the shoreline. A great place for walks, watching launches and site seeing. Restrooms and parking are open and available to the public. If you get hungry while fishing, Pier 220 Sea Food and Grill restaurant is conveniently located nearby.
Veterans Memorial Fishing Pier
2 A. Max Brewer Memorial Pkwy
This 5.00 acre pier landscape is located on A. Max Brewer Memorial Parkway in North Titusville, linking it to Merritt Island. It provides access to the Indian River Lagoon with a nice area for crabbing, fishing and shrimping around the shoreline. A great place for walks, watching launches and site seeing. Restrooms and parking are open and available to the public. If you get hungry while fishing, Pier 220 Sea Food and Grill restaurant is conveniently located nearby.
Shop Til You Drop
Shop the local mall or visit wally world, go get a pedicure, grab a quick bite or view a movie. Lots of options, the sky is the limit!
Titus Landing Mall has a variety of dining options, specialty stores, special events, a movie theater and a professional Medical Center. To top it off, there is a perfect view of the Indian River Lagoon of Kennedy Space Center across the street. Titus Landing is becoming the premier entertainment and shopping center destination for area residents and tourists visiting America’s Space Coast annually. It includes an outdoor park setting, event site, and bocce ball court. Shops include Hobby Loby, Bealls, Ulta, Tuesday morning, Rack Room Shoes and more. Restaurants include Wayback Burgers, Fire House Subs, Salsas Mexican Restaurant, Pizza @Titus Landing and more. Whatever you need, Titus Landing has the goods.
Titus Landing
Titus Landing Mall has a variety of dining options, specialty stores, special events, a movie theater and a professional Medical Center. To top it off, there is a perfect view of the Indian River Lagoon of Kennedy Space Center across the street. Titus Landing is becoming the premier entertainment and shopping center destination for area residents and tourists visiting America’s Space Coast annually. It includes an outdoor park setting, event site, and bocce ball court. Shops include Hobby Loby, Bealls, Ulta, Tuesday morning, Rack Room Shoes and more. Restaurants include Wayback Burgers, Fire House Subs, Salsas Mexican Restaurant, Pizza @Titus Landing and more. Whatever you need, Titus Landing has the goods.
Walmart is located in the same area as Marshalls, Target, Home Depot, and Lowes. Great places to shop, with helpful and friendly service.
Walmart Supercenter
3175 Cheney Highway
Walmart is located in the same area as Marshalls, Target, Home Depot, and Lowes. Great places to shop, with helpful and friendly service.