Outdoor Adventures
Outdoor Adventures

Thousand Island Dolphin Tours with Captain Quinn call 321-474-2788 ** Coastal Lagoon Tours ** Tell him Becky sent you! 

Cruise Cocoa 321-209-2339 Home - Cruise Cocoa Use code RCB for $5.00 off per person

Nature & Sunset Tours - Book Today and Sail Away - Boat Tours in Cocoa Beach, FL - Sail Cocoa Beach Use Code explorer for $5 off 321-328-5558

Kayak tours through the Mangroves of the Banana River Fin Expeditions | Cocoa Beach Kayaking Tours - FL  321-698-7233

Paddle Boarding with Tam Tamtastic Paddle Tours 321-213-3904

Cocoa Beach Parasail Cocoa Beach Parasail 321-212-8277

Tour the St. Johns River on an airboat ride with Instagator Airboat Rides | Cocoa, FL |  call 321-456-7187 for reservations

Jet Ski - Boat - Kayak - Paddleboard Rentals Cocoa Beach Jet Ski, Boat, SUP and Kayak Rentals (cocoabeachjetskirentals.com) 321-453-8900

Helicopter & Airplane Tours Cocoa Beach (cocoabeachhelicopters.com) 321-392-4125

Cocoa Beach Aerial Adventures Cocoa Beach Aerial Adventures & Zip Lines (cocoabeachadventurepark.com) 321-613-0047



  • MERRITT ISLAND WILDLIFE REFUGE – Scrub Jay Way, Titusville, 32781 – The wildlife and habitat vision for the national wildlife refuges stresses that wildlife come first. Stop by the Visitor Information Center (open M-F, 9-4) for a map. The best place to see wildlife is the seven mile Black Point Wildlife Drive ($10 per car). There is also a Manatee Observation Deck, birding towers, and nature trails. Merritt Island National Wildlife Refuge | U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service (fws.gov)


  • VIERA WETLANDS (RITCH GRISSOM MEMORIAL WETLANDS) – 3658 Charlie Corbeil Way, Viera, 32940 – The wetlands are a popular destination for birders, photographers, and eco-tourists. The berms at the wetlands are accessible on foot or by bicycle, and frequently open to automobiles; however wet conditions sometimes prohibit vehicles. Viera Wetlands - Ritch Grissom Memorial Wetlands


  • ULUMAY WILDLIFE SANCTUARY – 805 Sykes Creek Pkwy, Merritt Island, 35952 – This 436.53-acre bird reservation and sanctuary offers a wilderness escape. Historically documented as a village of the Ais Indians who disappeared around 1720, it is a natural lagoon and bird rookery linked with canals created for mosquito control and surrounded by a manmade dike. A bird-watching tower offers a scenic overlook of the lagoon, and a fishing pier commonly known as Old Humpbacked Troll Bridge offers the rumored sightings of trolls and the likely sightings of dolphin, birds, and more. Ulumay Sanctuary (brevardfl.gov)


  • PINE ISLAND CONSERVATION AREA – 2100 Pine Island Rd, Merritt Island, 32953 - A 947-acre Florida wildlife sanctuary that offers the opportunities for wildlife viewing, biking, fishing, hiking, canoeing, and more through its five different habitats. The Pine Island Conservation Area is also home to the oldest standing home in Brevard County, the 1875 Sams Family Cabin. Travel back in time with a guided tour of both homesteads. Pine Island Conservation Area (brevardfl.gov)


  • DESOTO PARK – Satellite Beach, 32937 – Every winter, on especially cold nights, hundreds of manatees converge in one small canal in Satellite Beach, adjacent to DeSoto Park. The canal is quite shallow so the manatees are clearly visible. Dont forget us ! (a-better-place.com)