Live Big on Florida's Space Coast!Centrally located 45-minutes east of Orlando, Florida’s Space Coast is a place where sandy beaches meet world-famous surfing and oceanfront happy hours. A place where nature provides a landscape for residents to enjoy idyllic year-round temperatures, and where the tranquility of the river and the warmth of the sun will enrich the senses. And it’s where cruise ships, rocket launches and natural wonders delight year-round.
As you discover what makes up Florida’s Space Coast, you will learn that it is so much more than the place for space. So, whether you’re planning a family vacation or looking to relocate here for work, we invite you to find your space, plant your beach chair and breathe in the ocean air.
Something for everyone
Join professional Bass Fisherman and 5-time National Champion JT Kenney and 2-time Jet Dragster World Champion Elaine Larsen as they show that there is something for everyone on Florida's Space Coast.
Year-Round Fun on the Water
Looking for a great place to play in the water on Florida's Space Coast? Sebastian Inlet State Park provides excellent surfing, fishing and boating fun for the whole family.
More Launches Than Ever Before
With more launches happening now than ever before, now is the time to witness a marvel. Join this new era of space discovery and see the full launch schedule at SpaceCoastLaunches.com.
Get outside. Get active. Get challenged.
Have fun moving tree to tree and challenge yourself with varying degrees of thrilling elements such as tightropes, crab walks, jungle bridges, nets, and best of all, zip lines. Experience nature in a whole new way—high up in the trees!
72 Miles of Coastline
Florida's Space Coast has 72 miles of coastline, filled with endless activities on the shore and in the water. Whether you’re surfing, parasailing, boogie boarding, fishing, or just splashing around, there's plenty of space for you here.
As the East Coast surf capital, Florida's Space Coast offers beginner and expert surfers alike waves that are easy to ride and warm temperatures year-round. From skimboarding and surfing to paddleboard surf, there's plenty of ways to get active in the waves.
The Place for Space
Florida's Space Coast has been the home and playground for many astronauts including members of the Mercury, Gemini, Apollo, and Space Shuttle missions. See where it all began and relive the excitement at Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex – only 15 minutes away. Plus, it’s where rockets still soar into orbit today!
Cocoa Beach...It's Still Cool
Cocoa Beach is an authentic beach town where the sand is our building blocks, and a board is our preferred mode of transportation. This town has the perfect combination of sun, sea and space for you to explore.