historic yellow home on a hilltop with palms at playalinda beach canaveral national seashore
view from boardwalk down a deserted beach at playalinda beach canaveral national seashore
wooden boardwalk with palms leading to beach at playalinda beach canaveral national seashore
beach with sun glare sand sea oats and grass at playalinda beach canaveral national seashore
rocket launches with smoke against a blue sky at playalinda beach canaveral national seashore

Overview

Playalinda beach is the southernmost access to the Canaveral National Seashore, one of America’s National Parks. It’s known to be a beautiful location to watch the rocket launches from Kennedy Space Center as well as serene and peaceful beach to enjoy. The Canaveral National Seashore has 24 miles of undisturbed shoreline preserving the natural, scenic, scientific, ecologic, and historic values of the land. The National Park Services offer tours of Mosquito lagoon, nightly sky programs seasonally, and Turtle Watch programs during nesting season.  To access Playalinda Beach, take I-95 to exit 220. Go east through Titusville on Garden Street, continue east and follow the signs.

Photos courtesy of Canaveral National Seashore and National Parks Service on Facebook

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