Canaveral National Seashore

Experience the pristine Florida coast at the Canaveral National Seashore. Free of the developments that line many of the Atlantic beaches, this 25-mile stretch of sand is one of the most beautiful and relaxing places in the state. Hike along the shoreline, paddle in the waves, or relax on the beach. When nearby Kennedy Space Center has a scheduled rocket launch, you can grab a blanket and watch from a comfortable spot on the sand. Thanks to Florida's warm weather, the seashore is a year-round destination for outdoor adventure.

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Things To Do Near Canaveral National Seashore

The Canaveral National Seashore offers the chance to experience an untouched section of the Florida coast. Paddle the quiet waters of the Mosquito Lagoon, swim in the Atlantic Ocean, or enjoy long walks on the sand. With historic homes, Native American archaeological finds, and exciting activity from the nearby Kennedy Space Center, there's something for every traveler.

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How To Get To Canaveral National Seashore

The Canaveral National Seashore has two entrance stations. To get to the northern station near New Smyrna Beach, take I-95 to Exit 249, head east on FL-44, and take South Atlantic Avenue south. 

If you prefer to enter from the south near Titusville, take I-95 to Exit 220 and head east on FL-406. Take FL-402 east until you reach the entrance station.


212 S Washington Ave., Titusville, FL 32796

Fee: Entry fee (per vehicle) $20.0

Fee: Entry fee (per motorcycle) $15.0

Fee: Entry fee (per person on foot or bike) $10.0

Whether you want to chill on the beach, explore historic sites, or try new water sports, the Canaveral National Seashore delivers. This pristine stretch of land offers some of the most beautiful and peaceful beaches in Florida — it's an opportunity to experience the coast in its natural state. RV camping is the perfect way to extend the adventure and enjoy the wilderness to the fullest.