The Space Coast has a proud list of famous attractions, including the Kennedy Space Center, after which the region was named. In addition, here you can find the world's largest collection of astronaut artifacts, the world's largest surf shop and one of the world's busiest cruise ports. For the quieter, natural side of the Space Coast, stroll down undeveloped beaches (even a nude beach, if that's how you roll), take scenic wildlife drives and go camping at Wickham Park. There are plenty of outdoor adventures awaiting you on the Space Coast – and hundreds of animals and birds you can see along the way.
Aimee Heckel’s passion for storytelling has brought her around the world as a journalist, writing award-winning articles about Haiti and Uganda. Aimee studied international journalism at the University of Heidelberg in Germany, and she majored in journalism and German at Colorado State University. When she's not covering Colorado for Fodor’s Travel Guides and... Read More