It has changed in the last 15 years a lot of people but still fun and love seeing how it has grown good place to go for a walk and see the view and get your feet in the sand my boys grew up fishing here and they always had fun
Traffic was bad news getting out to the destination due to road construction on the main road to the park, but once you got through the gate , the beach was fantastic! At low tide a person could walk for 15+ miles along a deserted sand beach (a rarity for the state of Florida)..Many shells to pick, tons of flocks... 更多
Been fishing there for 35 years and in all that time all they did was make it people unfriendly... Planted plants so you can't get to the water.. Easier to put the boat in up the bay and land on the small outcropping by boat. It just a pile of shells that was dug up in the early 1900's artifacts... 更多
It's possible to get the sense of the park from the car (thirty minutes tops) but you'll get a better appreciation if you get out and walk the shore (one hour should do it). This place is mostly for people who like nature and history. Not a whole lot to see. The park is at the end of South Atlantic... 更多
We rented a house very near the entrance to the National Park and had National Parks Senior Passes so we visited almost every day we were there. It is great for biking, exploring, fishing and a variety of activities. The beach is outstanding. It's totally "natural" and unostructed for about 6 miles. The visitor center and Eldora State House are... 更多
This is a pleasant nature walk. this is for those who like to see a little of the natural environment with a little history. this is not a serious hike or long outing. Just a nice leisurely walk. Stop and watch the butterflies, look at the plants, enjoy nature.
Lovely area to walk,bike and visit. Lovely walkways and beautiful views. The history of the mound is very interesting. The Canaveral Seashore Park is well worth the visit!!!
Turtle Mound is a historic mound built by the Timucuan Indians some 500 years ago as they piled up oyster shells into a mound/hill after eating the oysters. It is about 60 feet in elevation and provides a wonderful view of the area - the ocean, the Inland Waterway and even views south to see Cape Canaveral in the distance.... 更多
Canaveral National Seashore is simply beautiful. Very few people on the beach. A well hidden secret. We went through various different areas of the park and spent the afternoon on the beach. We loved it so much that we went back a few days later and spent the whole day at the beach.