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A cruise stop at Port Canaveral, we traveled to Alan Shephard Park. The beach was pretty good, where there are bathrooms and showers. Food and shopping available. We picked up drinks at the nearby 7Elevan. Rented 2 chairs and an umbrella for $30 for the...More
First time we parked our chairs on this part of Cocoa Beach. We usually go down closer to the Pier, but decided to head straight down from our visit at Ron John’s Surf Shop. Nice beach, with a variety of soft and hard sand. Make...More
It's tough to see the beating the coastal businesses and beaches have taken from the past storms. The coastline is ragged, the restaurants are battered and the mood is heavy. I know they will get this repaired but hopefully another storm is not brewing on...More
We went over today for a day at the beach and assumed that paying $15 to park in this "recreational park" would mean we would get good facilities. The beach was full of building work...huge pipes presumably to be laid along seabed... However the main...More
Not a great beach for young kids - lots of 3-4' waves with strong current, sharp seashell bottom near wave area, and lots of kids (and adults) getting knocked off their feet. This is a great 'beach' beach, but not great if people want to...More
There is no boardwalk on the beach side in Cape Canaveral or Cocoa Beach. Best place to use a stroller on the beach front is at the Cocoa Beach Peer that takes you over the water. Maybe a little bumpy if the stroller has... More
There is no boardwalk on the beach side in Cape Canaveral or Cocoa Beach. Best place to use a stroller on the beach front is at the Cocoa Beach Peer that takes you over the water. Maybe a little bumpy if the stroller has small wheels as you walk over the boards on the Peer.