Wednesday, October 28, 2009





Here we are back on the Space Coast. Most people flock to Daytona Beach and Cocoa Beach in Central Florida but there is a very pristine beach on the Canaveral Seashores called Playalinda Beach. Since it's located in a protected area, there are NO condos. There is an admission fee to get into the Canaveral Seashores area but you can use your National Park pass to get in. It's worth not having to look at all the ugly tall buildings. The only structures in the distance are the launch pads from the Space Center. It is east of Titusville and north of the Kennedy Space Center. There is a controversial nude beach there, but it is located at the far north end of the beach in a fairly remote location.

2 comments:

In Three Rivers, Michigan said...

People on the beach? No fair, its getting cold here!

:-)

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