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Canaveral National Seashore

Area

Overview

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  • Size

    58457.80 acres

Stewardships

Description

Reflect on a pristine undeveloped shoreline, explore a historic site, or experience the rumble of a rocket soaring into space. This pristine barrier island composed of dune, hammock and lagoon habitats provides protection from storms, preserves ancient Timucua Native American mounds, and is sanctuary for thousands of species of plants and animals that call Canaveral National Seashore home.

Allowed Activities
Biking
Boating
Fishing
Camping
Guided Tours
Hiking
Surfing
Swimming
Wildlife Watching
Good For
Wheelchairs
Families

Additional Information

Directions

Canaveral National Seashore is located along Florida's East coast in both Volusia & Brevard counties. To access Apollo Beach - take I-95 to exit 249, then go east until it turns into A1A. Follow A1A south to the park entrance. To access Playalinda Beach - take I-95 to exit 220. Go east through Titusville on Garden Street, continue east and follow the signs.

Weather

Summer: Hot & humid (Temperatures average in the 90's) Winter months: Temperatures in the 40-70 degree range, with a "cold spells" where temps down to the low to mid-30's). Hurricane Season: June 1st through November 30th (most activity normally occurs in August or September)

Vehicle Entrance Fee

Entrance fee is $20.00.

Per vehicle fee (cars, mini-vans, etc..), valid for 7 days.