Cocoa Beach and Melbourne Beach along with the entire Space Coast of Florida is an outdoor enthusiast's dream come true. A place of spectacular natural resources, our area features rare beauty, sandy turtle nesting beaches, rich lagoon waters, and numerous nature parks providing outstanding opportunities for outdoor recreation, discovery or relaxation. Our water view is well worth the experience.
While on the Space Coast, you can observe dolphins and the endangered Florida Manatee while taking a relaxing Stand Up Paddle tour through Cocoa Beach's beautiful Thousand Islands, view majestic cranes and wading birds while going on the Blackpoint Wildlife Drive at the Merritt Island National Wildlife Refuge.
The Cocoa Beach area has one of the most diverse ecosystems in North America due to the rare combination of climates. We are exposed to a temperate climate to the north and a warm subtropical climate to the south, combining the habitat and environmental needs for a wide variety of animal life.
In addition, our area is home to approximately 50 or more threatened or endangered animal species. Not many places offer such unique variety as Florida's Space Coast. In fact, our National areas have been ranked 11th in the world among Eco-tourist destinations that "give the most enriching experience," and The Wall Street Journal has ranked the Space Coast Birding & Wildlife festival of Brevard County as the 3rd best birding festival in the United States. Come try it from a different view point, standing up on our Stand Up Paddle Boards. We'll take you on a 2 hour tour and let you see the sights and the sounds of nature along the water.
We will supply you with all equipment, boards and paddles. We also provide you with land and water instruction on how to use SUP's. We suggest you bring drinking water, hat, sunglasses, light colored t-shirt, and sunscreen for your SUP paddle adventure.
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