Attractions

Top Choice Beach in Canaveral National Seashore

Klondike Beach

The stretch between Apollo and Playalinda is as pristine as it gets: there are no roads and it's accessible only on foot or by bike (if you can ride on the beach). You need to obtain a back-country permit ($2 per pe…
Archaeological Site in Canaveral National Seashore

Turtle Mound

Located at the northern end of Mosquito Lagoon, Turtle Mound is one of the largest shell middens on the Florida coast. It stands around 35ft high and consists of 1.5 million bushels (53 million liters) of oyster she…
Beach in Canaveral National Seashore

Apollo Beach

This 6-mile beach, at the northern end of the park and immediately south of New Smyrna, attracts families. It has boardwalk access (wheelchair accessible), and a longer stretch of road along the dunes with fewer par…
Beach in Canaveral National Seashore

Playalinda Beach

At the southern end of Mosquito Lagoon, Playalinda is popular with surfers. Boardwalks provide beach access, but only 2 miles of park road parallel the dunes and there are more parking lots than at Apollo, with fewe…
Historic Building in Canaveral National Seashore

Eldora State House Museum

Eldora was a small waterfront community of around 100 citrus farmers and fishers, many of them veterans of the Civil War, who settled here between 1877 and 1900. The town depended on the waterway for supplies, touri…