Great Nat'l Park to visit. The Turtle Mound is a great place to start as the view is magnificent. You're only 50 feet high but every thing around is sea level, views include pelicans flying at eye level and dolphins jumping below. Amazing to think...更多
Only reason I am not giving excellent rating is we went to the visitor center which is very nice, had an informative video about the park, but I asked the lady at desk which parking spot was best to go to the beach, she said...更多
We received an email from the Marine Discovery Center in New Smyrna Beach that several Kemp's Ridley turtles were being released back in to the Atlantic Ocean on 6/8/17. The wife, kids, and grandkids went to the park and witnessed the release of 8 Kemp's...更多
We went out on a pontoon boat with a volunteer naturalist. Unfortunately he was soft spoken, so we couldn't hear him. He tried using a microphone system, but that was broken. Wish they offered more programs there.
We spent the day visiting all of the historic sites, then enjoyed a swim in the Atlantic Ocean. Restrooms are clean and available thru-out the park. Park rangers were on patrol and provide a safe visit without rowdiness. A great visit.
Turtle Mound is part of the Canaveral National Seashore. I went there four times while I was in FL this year. The visitor center is helpful because you can get info on upcoming talks and activities. There is a wooden foot bridge up to the...更多
This was a great off-the-beaten-path stop on our way home to NC from FL. I wanted our kids to get a taste for an archaeological site and the natural beauty of a national park. The views from the top of the mound are breathtaking. It's...更多
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