All Work and No Play?
If you’re not sunning or surfing, you may enjoy the outdoors at any one of the county’s 108 parks, plus campgrounds, public golf courses, nature centers and over 17,000 acres of Environmentally Endangered Lands. Many of Brevard County’s parks preserve the sensitive ecosystem and include endangered lands and threatened species. You can enjoy surfing, sunbathing, kayaking, fishing, hiking, golfing, shopping or relaxing in the shade.
The weather is mild year round, so whether you live here, or are just visiting, you can always find time to play.