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Cute and cozy updated cottage within a short walk to Vero's pristine beaches.  Lush landscaping, well-appointed furnishings in a neighborhood setting.  Granite countertops and new cabinets in spacious kitchen.  Separate dining room for entertaining or setting out a lavish feast!  Enjoy outdoor living under majestic oaks.  What a vacation!

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Harriet Yemm 772-559-9461

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Beach toys, bikes, barbeque grill.  Jacuzzi tub. 

activities and attractions in Vero Beach Atlantic Coast Central

Activities and attractions in Vero Beach and
Atlantic Coast Central

Swimming, fishing,
boating, surfing, scuba or sky diving are only a few of the recreational
opportunities available to you in Indian River County. There are 19 private and
public golf courses convenient to every community. Like tennis? There are
numerous public tennis courts through out the county as well as private tennis
clubs and housing developments built around tennis. Need More? Try our hiking
and biking trails, riverside camping and seaside picnic facilities all
available to you year-round.

You will never be stuck
for a place to eat in Indian River County. The Vero Beach dining experience can
be found beachside as well as on the river and mainland. Travel north or south
along Hwy A1A to reach other well known eateries including the two restaurants
located in the Disney Resort.  

Travel over the bridge
to dine at one of the many restaurants on Royal Palm Pointe or visit the
Historic Downtown area for a variety of cuisines. All along US Hwy 1 as well as
Rt. 60 you can find most any type of eating establishment that will please the
whole family.

Shopping in Indian River
County is truly an exhilarating experience. From its charming independently
owned shops along the beaches and mainland to the quaint shops in Sebastian's
fishing village environment. Historic Downtown Vero Beach is home to many fine
shops and eating establishments while Route 60 west to I-95 is where you can
find the larger malls and shopping centers.

Free from the overcrowding
found in other tourist communities, Vero Beach, Sebastian and Indian River
County  are indeed a shoppers dream.


Water is the main
attraction in Indian River County and the catalyst for two of its biggest
sports: boating and fishing.


The miles of calm waters, protected from the Atlantic Ocean by the barrier
islands, provide residents and tourists with many types of boating
opportunities.   If you don't own a boat, deep sea fishing boats can
be chartered along the Indian River County coastline.  Leisure cruises
operate out of both Vero Beach and Sebastian. And for those who like
airboating, Stick Marsh in the northwest corner of Indian River County
provides just the opportunity.  Canoes and kayaks can also be rented from
various places including areas around the Sebastian Inlet

If you have a boat
and it is not moored at a marina, there are places in Indian River County that
provide free launching ramps and parking spaces: 

Riverside Park, MacWilliam Park, East Oslo Road, Round Island
Park, Sebastian Yacht Club on Indian River Drive, Dale Wimbrow Park,
Donald MacDonald Park, Wabasso Causeway, Fellsmere Grade, Blue Cypress
Lake (Route 60 west of Vero Beach), and St. Johns Marsh - Barney Green (CR 512
west to Fellsmere).  

If you are new to boating and have not launched a boat before, the State
of Florida Fish & Wildlife Commission/Boating has put together tips on boat
launching and other safety information.



The waters off Vero
Beach and all of Indian River County provide year-round enjoyment for people of
all ages. For saltwater fishing, besides the deeper, offshore waters, Sebastian
Inlet is a premier location. Boaters can cruise the shallow waters or anchor
near the jetties where grouper, snapper, and king mackerel abound. Further out,
dolphin, wahoo, tuna and marlin keep fishermen busy. To try your hand
at Offshore Fishing.

For those without boats, the Sebastian Inlet Park has two jetties reaching
into the Atlantic.  Surf fishing and walking along the miles of
shoreline also provide great recreation.  

License Information: 

  -  Licenses
are required for all non residents regardless of where they are fishing

  -  For residents, licenses are required when fishing from a
boat, shore, jetty. etc. (exemptions

     are children under 16 and residents over 65).


Inland lakes and
the Sebastian River produce large mouth bass, black crappie, bluegills,
and other gamefish.  The best locations are Blue Cypress Lake which covers 6,554 acres at the western end of
Indian River County--about 25 miles from Vero Beach on Route 60. The Stick Marsh a 6,500 acre reservoir in the northwest corner
of Indian River County which has been named one of the Top Ten Black Bass Lakes
in Florida by the Florida State Game Commission; and anywhere along the St.
Sebastian River.

Water License:
A license is required
for all fresh water fishermen unless they are under 16 or over 65. 


Surfing and Skim

Three miles of Atlantic
beach offer some of the best surfing on the East Coast. One of the most
consistent surf breaks in Florida is Sebastian Inlet's first peak, located next
to the north jetty. Another hot surf spot is Monster Hole--located about 1/3
mile off the beach, on the south side of Sebastian Inlet. The contour of the
ocean floor rises up and when the surf is big, the waves form long lines,
giving a long ride.  Sebastian Inlet

Some of the other areas surfed by the locals are Wabasso Beach and Spanish

Diving & Snorkeling

Vero Beach and Indian
River County have some of the most unique places to dive. 

& Snorkeling

Great diving sites extend from the Sebastian Inlet to Round Island, including
coral and artificial reefs and the site of the 1715 wreck of the Spanish
galleon in the south end of Vero Beach.


There are four artificial reefs along the beaches of Indian River County, about
200-300 feet off shore. The first, deployed in 1987 by FP&L, is located
along the south beach of Vero Beach at a depth of 38 feet. The remaining three
were placed in 1999 by the Indian River County Government and are located at
depths of 66, 71 and 73 feet along the beach front of Vero Beach.



This unique habitat is a nursery for all types of marine life –
turtles, lobsters, manatees, rays, sharks, and over 200 species of fish and the
Oculina Varacosa, Oculina Diffusia, fire, and a few other types of coral. The
reef begins at about the Sebastian Inlet and runs unbroken to Riomar. It then
picks up again off Sandypoint and extends a little south of the
Ft Pierce Inlet. This reef, which parallels the coastline, is located very
close to shore and extends out about a half mile.

The reefs foundations
are exposed limestone formations which rise up from the bottom in various shapes
and sizes. Some areas can be seen at low tide like the Riomar reef. The
limestone ledges in some areas jet up from the bottom like huge monolithic
outcroppings with vast caverns that disappear into the abyss. The ledges are
very pronounced in the Vero Beach area with some of the highest 'Relief' --as
referred to by engineers -- found anywhere. This habitat is most unique
and is not found this close to the coastline anywhere else.

Parks and Camping


Whether you prefer to spend your vacation in a setting closer
to nature, or if you just want to spend a night or two shedding the
trappings of civilization, Indian River County is a great place for being

The St. Sebastian River
Preserve State Park
be reached without a boat. There are five primitive campsites in the
preserve.  North entrance is on CR 507 just north of the C54 canal. 
South Entrance is on CR 512, just west of CR 510. 

If you're looking
to be surrounded by water, the picturesque Islands in the Indian River are what
you're looking for. Many rules and regulations apply and there's no
electricity, but what can replace the sound of water lapping gently on the
shore as you close your eyes for a sound sleep?  For details about camping
on the Islands in the Indian River Lagoon, visit Verobeach online

Only islands designated as "Active Recreation" are suitable for
overnight camping.  To coordinate camping activities on the islands North
of Vero Beach contact the DEP office at 3783 N. Indian River Drive, Cocoa FL or
visit Florida's Department of Environmental Protection website for general

The Donald MacDonald
on the banks of the St.
Sebastian River not only offer primitive campsites, but also have other
amenities such as restrooms, hot and cold water, showers, an observation
boardwalk and nature trails. 

Sebastian Inlet State Park on State Road A1A also offers 51 campsites -- all with water,
electrical hook-ups, a fire ring with grill and a picnic table.

For those who want to freshwater fish and camp, Blue Cypress Lake west of Vero Beach offers facilities.

- There are also RV
parks in the area -- I-95 & CR 512 (Exit 69) in Sebastian, and US Hwy 1,
just south of Sebastian in Wabasso.


There are 29 Parks throughout Indian River County maintained by the State,
Cities, or the County (a complete list is given below).  These areas
provide residents and visitors a place to unwind and have fun and
each has something unique to offer. Parks and amenities are listed by the city
or area in which the park is located.  There are Beach Parks, River Parks,
and Interior Parks.  For those near water, please see the water
safety guidelines and Beach Flag Advisory.



  • Golden Sands Beach Park: North A1A (1.4 miles north of County Rte 510), restrooms &
    showers, picnic tables & grills, playground

  • Humiston Park:
    Ocean Drive (300 yards south of Beachland Blvd.), restrooms & showers,
    picnic tables & grills, playground

  • Jaycee Park:
    Ocean Drive or State Rte A1A (north of Beachland Blvd.), restrooms &
    showers, picnic tables & grills, playground, volleyball pit, restaurant

  • South Beach Park: at end of 17th Street Bridge, east of State Rte A1A, restrooms
    & showers, picnic tables & grills, playground

  • Tracking Station Park: State Rte A1A one mile north of Beachland Blvd, entrance by
    convenience store & Eckerds Pharmacy, restrooms & showers, picnic
    tables & grills, playground

  • Round Island Beach Park: South State Rte A1A, 

    restrooms & showers, picnic tables & grills, playground

Beach Parks on the Indian River

  • Bethel Creek House: State Rte A1A opposite Jaycee Park on Bethel Creek Canal.

  • Riverside Park: south
    of east end of Merrill Barber Bridge (Beachland Blvd), -- 
    restrooms & showers, picnic tables & grills, fitness trail, tennis
    complex, boat ramp

  • MacWilliam Park: north of east end of Merrill Barber Bridge (Beachland Blvd),

    boat ramp, baseball complex

  • Round Island Park West: south State Rte A1A at County Line

    boat ramp, restrooms & showers, picnic tables & grills, playground

  • A.W. Young Park: 21st Street east of Indian River Blvd. (on the west side of the
    Indian River) restrooms & showers, picnic tables & grills

Beach Inland Recreational Parks

  • Charles Park:
    15th Street & 24th Avenue, restrooms, picnic tables & grills,

  • Gifford Park:
    4680 43rd Court, restrooms, sports activities areas

  • Kiwanis-Hobart Park: 58th Avenue & 77th Street,

    restrooms, picnic tables & grills, playground, baseball

  • Leisure Square:
    3705 16th Street,

    a wonderful facility with swimming pool, ball fields, basketball, indoor
    racquetball, restrooms, picnic tables, restrooms

  • 19th Street & 25th Avenue Park

  • 16th Street Complex: 16th Street at 17th Avenue, across from Vero Beach High School -
    restrooms, ballfields

  • Piece of Pie Park: 37th Avenue & Atlantic Boulevard in MacAnsh Park: playground

  • Pocahontas Park: 21st Street & 14th Avenue in downtown Vero Beach:
    shuffleboard, picnic tables

  • South Country Regional Park: 20th Avenue off Oslo Road: sports fields, restrooms, playground

  • Troy Moody Park: Victory Blvd. & Cordova Avenue


Parks on the Ocean

  • Sebastian Inlet State Park, State Route A1A.   

    Known for its fishing, surfing, and quiet beaches. 

on the Indian River (in or near Sebastian)

  • Main Street Boat Dock: Indian River Drive at Main Street: boat ramp

  • Riverview Park:
    at end of County Rte 512 and Indian River Drive boat ramp, large pavilion
    with picnic tables, playground, volleyball pit

on the San Sebastian River

  • Donald MacDonald/Dale Wimbrow Park: County Rte 505, two miles south of US 1
    intersection in Roseland, boat ramp, camping, restrooms, playground

  • Roseland Community Center & Park: Bay Street and 130th Street

  • St. Sebastian River Preserve State Park, (State Park).  North entrance is on
    CR 507 just north of the C-54 canal.  South Entrance is on CR 512, just
    west of CR 510 and Sebastian River Middle School.  Open 8am to 5pm. 
    The 22,000 acre preserve offers 40 miles of hiking, biking and horseback,
    riding trails, primitive camping and fishing. 

Recreational Parks in Sebastian

  • Barber Street Sports Complex & Park: Barber Street & Tulip Drive: restrooms &
    sports field

  • Easy Street Park: Lake Drive & Easy Street: lake

  • Lake Hardee Park: Barber Street & Lake Drive: picnic tables & fitness

  • Schumann Drive Park: Schumann Drive & Englar Drive: tennis


Parks on the Ocean

  • Treasure Shores Park: State Rte A1A three miles north of County Rte 510, 
    --  restrooms & showers, picnic tables (no fires)

  • Wabasso Beach Park: end of County Rte. 510,

    restrooms & showers

  • Wabasso Causeway Park: County Rte 510 at the Wabasso Bridge

    boat ramp, fishing pier, restrooms, picnic tables & grills


  • West Wabasso Park: 64th Avenue & 89th Place: restrooms, picnic tables &
    grill, playground 


  • St. Sebastian River State Buffer Preserve, off County Rte. 512 in Fellsmere.

    (State Park)

  • Fellsmere Little League Field: County Rte 512 at Broadway: restrooms, playground, baseball field

  • Oleander Street: South Oleander Street off County Rte. 512: restrooms, playground

  • Washington Park at Carter Subdivision: South Orange Street


  • Blue Cypress Lake Park, located 28 miles west of Vero Beach and approximately 4 miles
    north of State Road 60 on Blue Cypress Road, is famous for excellent freshwater
    fishing and the beautiful cypress which surrounds the shore. You can rent boats
    and purchase bait.  Restrooms, water, and picnic areas are available.


Things To Do

What to do for a day, a
weekend, a week.  Check on the attractions listed below.  See
what's being launched at the Kennedy Space Center


Grant Historical House & Fisherman's Park

The Grant Historical
House is a restored cracker home that was moved to the Indian River in
1916.  This scenic 7.48-acre community river park, located off U.S.
Hwy 1 adjacent to the Indian River Lagoon, is a perfect wayside park for
travelers and a convenient site for community events. The shaded pavilion and
grill with restrooms nearby, the 2,000' walking path, and the 630' riverfront
boardwalk invite picnics and leisurely strolls. While a 200' fishing dock
accommodates fishing, and although boat launching is not allowed, boaters may
tie up to the dock to access the restrooms and picnic area.  The Grant
Historical House is open 10am-4pm, Tuesday through Friday; the park is
open from sunrise to sunset. 5795 US Hwy 1, Grant, FL  32949.

Branch Oceanographic Institute

Harbor Branch
Oceanographic Institution, Inc. (HBOI) is one of the world's leading
not-for-profit oceanographic research organizations dedicated to exploring the
earth's oceans, estuaries and coastal regions, for the benefit of mankind. They
are located at: 5600 N. US Highway 1, Fort Pierce, FL 34946. 

River Citrus Museum

The museum traces the
history of the local citrus industry from its beginnings, from Spanish
explorers through today's high-tech processing and marketing techniques. 
See historical photographs, old farm tools, tools, antique citrus labels,
industry archives, original harvesting equipment and gift shop.  There are
also guided citrus tours.  Inside the Heritage Center at 2140 14th Ave.,
Vero Beach, FL 32960 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Tuesday through Friday.

Botanical Garden

Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, McKee Botanical Garden is
an 18-acre subtropical garden.  Its unique hammock supports a dense and
diverse botanical collection as well as several restored architectural
treasures.  The Gardens are located at 350 US Highway 1, Vero Beach, FL
32962.  Closed Mondays. Tues-Sat 10am-5pm; Sun 12pm-5pm. Admission: $6
adults; Seniors (65+) $5; Children (5-12) $3.50.  Under 5 free. 
Members: free.  Visit the McKee Botanical Gardens. 


The McLarty Museum offers displays of items taken from the shipwrecked Spanish
Plate Fleet of 1715.  Through audio presentations and dioramas, museum
visitors learn about Spanish ships and their cargos: gold, jewelry, silver,
pewter, dyes, spices, silks, and minerals.  An observation deck built like
a Spanish galleon was recently added.  A 45-minute movie, "Treasure:
What Dreams Are Made Of," chronicles modern salvaging efforts. 
Hours: 10 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. daily.  Admission is $1.  Children
under 6 are free.  The McLarty Museum is located at 13180 N. SR A1A,
Vero Beach, FL 32963.

Observation and Education Center
is a waterfront wildlife observation and nature education center
located on Florida's east coast in downtown Fort Pierce.  The Center lies
just west of the Atlantic ocean and overlooks the nationally recognized Indian
River Lagoon, a saltwater estuary and Moore's Creek, a freshwater creek and
historical resting spot for the Florida manatee.  The Manatee Center
is located at  480 North Indian River Drive, Fort Pierce, FL 34950.
Admission: $ 1.00 per person; Children under 6 free with Adult; Members

Fisher Treasure Museum

Shipwreck artifacts and
treasure from both the Atocha which sank off Key West in 1622 and the 1715
Fleet which sank off the Treasure Coast between Sebastian Inlet and Fort
Pierce.  Admission: $5 adults; $4 seniors; $1.50 children. Under 6
are free.  Hours: Monday - Saturday 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.  Noon to 5
p.m. Sunday.   1322 U.S 1, Sebastian, FL 32958.


A 298-acre park located east of US 1 on Oslo Road.  The rustic trails,
observation towers and platform and canoe dock at the Oslo Riverfront
Conservation Area are open to the public from dawn to dusk each day. 
Trained nature guides share their knowledge of history, flora and fauna during
special guided walks which begin at 9 a.m. on Wednesdays and Saturdays at the
park entrance on the north side of Oslo Road, east of U.S.1 behind the Vero
South Shopping Plaza.

Fishing Museum

The museum is devoted to
educating the public on the rich cultural history of Sebastian's fishing
industry.  Inside the museum are replicas of a fish house and dock, the
traditional heart of the industry.  A 24-minute video presentation explores
the history and vast diversity of the wildlife within the Indian River. 
The Museum is located at the Sebastian Inlet State Park, south side of the
Sebastian Inlet Bridge off SR A1A.  Hours: 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. 
The Museum is free.  Park admission fee of $3.25 per car applies.

Fishing Museum Talks

Come to the Sebastian
Fishing Museum for an interpretive program. You might learn about sea turtles,
land crabs, seabeans, or wildlife rescue from a park ranger. You might learn
how to fish for snook or flounder, how to smoke your catch, or how to make a
castnet. You might take a walk with a ranger along the beach or through the
hammock. Programs are free with normal park entrance fee.

Marine Station

The Smithsonian Marine
Station (SMS) is a research center specializing in marine biodiversity and
ecosystems of Florida. Research focuses on the Indian River Lagoon and the
offshore waters of Florida's east central coast, with comparative studies
throughout coastal Florida. The Station is a facility of the National Museum of
Natural History and is a part of the Smithsonian Institution
in Washington, DC.  For more information visit the SMS Web
site.  Address: 701 Seaway Drive, Fort Pierce, FL 34950.

Lucie County Marine Center

The St. Lucie County
Marine Center houses the Smithsonian Marine Ecosystems Exhibit and cares for
their maintenance and management. The exhibit shows that a marine
ecosystem is a complex community of plants and animals interacting with each
other and their environment, and that humans can think of themselves as an
integral part of the larger ecosystem known as earth.  Address: 401 Seaway
Drive, Fort Pierce, FL 34950.

SEAL Museum

On the original training
site of the first U.S. Navy Frogmen is a showcase that honors Naval Combat Demolition
Units (NCDUs), Scouts and Raiders, Underwater Demolition Teams (UDTs), and Sea,
Air, Land Teams (SEALs). Many outdoor displays from a Vietnam era Huey
helicopter to SEAL Delivery Vehicles (SDVs) and even Apollo training space
capsules are available for visitors for an up-close view. Inside
the unique museum is a theater that runs films of the very tough SEAL
training and other frogman operations. History and world geography comes alive
in the context of the wars and conflicts in which America's most extraordinary
fighting men were involved. Admission is $5 for adults, $2 for children 6 - 12,
free under 6. Open 10 to 4 Tuesday - Saturday, 12 - 4 Sunday. 3300 N.
A1A, N. Hutchinson Island, Ft. Pierce, FL 34949 The Navy SEAL Museum is next to
Pepper Park which has a lovely ocean beach. Bring the family and spend the
whole day!


Beach Museum of Art

This renovated and
expanded 55,412 sq. ft. arts facility features five art galleries, sculpture
garden, and education wing that includes seven studio classrooms, an art
library, seminar rooms, and a 3,800 sq. ft. outdoor studio and foundry, a
250-seat state-of-the-art auditorium, museum store, and exceptional public
spaces for art installations and public programs.  The CFTA is located at
3001 Riverside Park Drive, Vero Beach, FL 32963.  For more information,
visit Vero Beach Museum of Art.

Vero Beach Railroad Station Exhibit Center

The museum has a
permanent model railroad display depicting a journey through Indian River
County and other changing displays.  Hours are 10 a.m. to 1 p.m, Monday,
Wednesday and Friday.  No admission fee.  2336 14th Ave, Vero Beach,
FL 32960.

an Hour

Andretti Thrill Park

Offers Go Kart Tracks, Water Rides, Children's Rides, Miniature Golf, Inside
Games - Arcade,  Laser Runner and Slot Cars.  Activities are priced
individually or as a package.  Open 7 days a week.  Weekdays until
10pm, weekends until midnight.   3960 South Babcock St.

Melbourne, FL 32901.

Astronomy courses; pictures of asteroids, eclipses and special Hale-Bopp
archive. Laser light shows. Call the Planetarium for hours and view the
list of shows.  1519 Clearlake Rd., Cocoa, FL 32922.

Museum of Art & Science

The Brevard Museum of
Art and Science features exhibitions by internationally and nationally known
artists as well as Florida artists representing a variety of styles, periods,
and media.  The Museum complex includes the Harris Auditorium, two Museum
Shops, the Foosaner Educational Wing, Science Center and Art Museum. Located in
Old Eau Gallie, one of Brevard County's historic districts and one block from
the Indian River. 1463 Highland Avenue, Melbourne, FL.  Visit
their web site for
exhibitions and calendar of events. Museum Hours: Tuesday - Saturday, 10
a.m. to 5 p.m., Sunday, 1 p.m. to 5 p.m.

Rocks Preserve

is a magnificent 73 acre
barrier island sanctuary located on Jupiter Island, between the Atlantic Ocean
and the Indian River Lagoon.  Blowing Rocks protects a variety of natural
habitats, including beach dune, coastal strand, mangrove wetlands, tropical hammock
and oak hammock.   The Preserve is located on Jupiter Island -
South Beach Road (CR707) - and is open to the public from 9:00am to 4:30pm
daily except major holidays.


Situated on 56+ acres,
the Zoo has over 460 animals representing 119 different species from Latin
America, Native Florida, Asia and Australia.  Open 10:00 am-5:00 pm
daily.  8225 N. Wickham Road (Wickham Road exit off I-95. visit the
Brevard Zoo website.   

Ranch Tours

Tours of a 60-year old,
20,000 acre, working cattle ranch and citrus grove.  Located 12 miles west
of I-95 off Orange Ave (SR 68), Fort Pierce, FL 34950.

Florida Ranch

The Crescent J. Ranch, a working cattle ranch and nature preserve, offers
wilderness tours, hose riding, overnight trail rides and petting zoo. 
Tours are 9am, 12p, 3p, and 6p seven days a week.   The
Ranch is located on 441, Kenansville, FL 34739.  Just south
of route 192. Or visit their website at Forever Florida Ranch. 

Pierce Jai Alai

The world's fastest ball game, Jai-Alai originated in the Basque Country of
Northern Spain. The game was played outdoors using the church walls as the
first playing courts.

Jai-Alai in America originated in Miami and has been in Ft. Pierce since

1750 S. Kings Highway, Fort. Pierce, FL 34950

Energy Encounter

Hands-on exhibits show
how energy is produced.  For overview, marine-life programs, and calendar
of events visit the FPL Energy Encounter website.  6501 S. State
Road, A1A, Gate B., South Hutchinson Island, Fort. Pierce, FL  34950. 
The College of Sea Turtle Knowledge is open through June 4 from Wednesday and
Sunday from 10am-3pm.  Summer hours (June 10-Aug 1) are 10am-3pm Tuesday
through Friday.   

of Refuge - Stuart

Built in 1875, oldest structure in Martin County built as a haven for
ship-wrecked sailors and travelers.  Model ship collections, tropical and
native fish aquariums, changing exhibits relating to the colorful history
of the structure and the Florida coast.  301 SE MacArthur Blvd, Stuart, FL

Inlet Lighthouse and the Florida History Center and Museum 

The Jupiter Inlet
Lighthouse was completed in 1860 just before the civil war and is
maintained by the Florida History Center & Museum in cooperation with The
United States Coast Guard. 805 N. US Hwy 1, Jupiter, FL 33458. 

Greyhound Park

Melbourne Greyhound Park
is open year round 7 days a week. Live greyhound racing is here November thru
April. The best in simulcast wagering is always available. Bet on Greyhounds,
Thoroughbreds, Harness Racing and Jai-Alai. Located just a short drive from all
major Florida Attractions.  The park is located at 1100 N. Wickham Rd,
Melbourne, FL  32901

Space Center and the Cape Canaveral Air Station

The Kennedy Space Center
website gives information on launches, ticket prices, tours, exhibits and
press information.

Marine Life Center of Juno Beach

The Marinelife Center is
a non-profit education and conservation facility dedicated to the conservation
and preservation of our marine environment.  4200 U.S. Hwy 1, Loggerhead
Park, Juno Beach, FL 33408.  Admission is free, donations are

York Mets/St Lucie Mets

Thomas J. White Sports Complex, Peacock Blvd, Port St. Lucie, FL 34986

Spring training during March.  St. Lucie Mets home games, April -

Air Command - Warbird Museum

6600 Tico Road,
Titusville, FL 32780 

Historic military aircraft and memorabilia museum. Warbird Airshow in March.

than Two Hours

Florida Zoological Park

21-acre Zoo nestled in a lush forest of palms, tall pines and stately live oak.
View elephants, hippos, mandrills, lemurs, leopards, cougars, reptiles, and
many more exotic animals from an elevated boardwalk. 3755 N.W. Highway 17-92,
at I-4 (exit 52) at Sanford, FL 32771  

Street Station

Florida's number one nighttime dining, shopping & entertainment
complex. 129 W. Church St., Orlando, FL  32801


Located in
the center of Florida, about 75 miles west of Vero Beach.  Home

, a national historic
landmark and home of the annual International Carillon Festival.  Other
attractions include Depot Museum,
featuring local history and railroad memorabilia, Spook Hill where objects appear to defy gravity as they
roll uphill, and the National Historic District, Downtown Lake Wales. 
Visit the historic Lake Wales website for more information.

World of Florida

When you arrive at Sea
World, what you discover is a world class theme park that is a stunning tribute
to the wonders of  marine life.  Unlike other theme parks, Sea World
is not broken up into lands or themed areas.   The park itself is one big,

focused theme.  No matter who you are, you would be hard pressed not to be
impressed by Sea World.   Some of the "don't miss" events
are: Journey to Atlantis; Terrors of the Deep; Manatee's -- the Last
Generation?; Clyde and Seamore Take Pirate Island; and Shamu Stadium.  For
details visit the Sea World website. 7007 Sea World Dr., Orlando,
FL 32801

Universal Studios Escape

Two enormous theme
parks (Universal Studios Florida and Universal Studios Islands of
Adventure); plus shopping, dining and live entertainment. 1000
Universal Studios Plaza Orlando, FL  32801

Walt Disney World Resort

The World's #1 Vacation
Destination.  Explore.  Visit Mickey and friends and all the
theme parks -- Magic Kingdom, Epcot, Disney-MGM Studios, Disney's Animal
Kingdom, Disney's Water Parks, Downtown Disney and more!  Make
reservations online using the above connection.  Lake Buena Vista,
west of I-4, 

Hours Plus

Cross Creek -- The Majorie Kinnan Rawlings State Historical Site

Visit the home of internationally acclaimed writer Majorie Kinnan Rawlings
whose tale of "The Yearling" won a Pulitzer Prize in fiction in
1939.  The grounds are open 9am-5pm daily.  Guided home tours are
held Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday at 10am and 11am. And
hourly from 1-4pm.  House tours cost $6 for adults and $2 for
children. Under 2, free.  Located east of Gainesville, FL on CR

of Flight Air Museum

The World's Greatest Aircraft Collection.  Fantasy of Flight is a tribute
to the innovation and imagination of the pioneers of flight. Featuring many
rare and vintage aircraft, this popular attraction transports you back to the
hey-day of aviation. Welcomed by the nostalgic art-deco architecture, you will
reconnect with your childhood belief that you really can fly, only at Fantasy
of Flight!  The museum is located at 1400 SE Broadway Blvd, 
Polk City, FL 33868.  Just off I-4 at Exit 21. 


Built by well-known
sculptor Howard Solomon, the castle contains galleries of his art and more
than 80 interpretive stained glass windows.  The Boat in The Moat, also built by the artist, is a replica of a
16th century Spanish galleon and houses the Castle's
restaurant.  Tours Daily.  Closed Mondays &
the months of July, August and September.  Adults: $10.00 incl
tax.  Children under 12: $4.00 incltax.  Visit the web site for more


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