Florida’s Space Coast (Brevard County) is open and welcomes all visitors following Hurricane Nicole. While our area sustained some high water effects and sections of shoreline erosion, along with a few businesses and neighborhoods who experienced damage, we are fortunate to not have been heavily impacted by this event.
WE ARE OPEN!
Our popular beaches, parks, hotels, restaurants and attractions are fully open. This includes Port Canaveral, Cocoa Beach, Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex, Brevard Zoo, Downtown Melbourne, Cocoa Village and so much more.
- Launches from Kennedy Space Center and Cape Canaveral Space Force Station are continuing as planned
- Fall and Holiday events are moving ahead as scheduled
- Beaches are open
- Several boardwalks on our Atlantic beaches are being repaired, please use caution and observe posted closures
- Boaters, please be mindful of possible debris in the waterways and use caution
Local authorities and crews are working hard on cleanup and repairs to get the Space Coast back to 100%. For more information on conditions and reopenings please visit:
- Canaveral National Seashore (Playalinda Beach)
- Sebastian Inlet State Park
- Lee Werner Park (Cocoa, FL)
- Westgate Cocoa Beach Pier
- Jetty Park Campground and Fishing Pier (Port Canaveral)
As always, if you’re curious about the status of an attraction or business, please phone ahead. Our community loves our visitors and appreciates each and every one of you.
Florida’s Space Coast