Canoe and Kayak Fishing Access
Space Coast North, Indian River Lagoon
(Mosquito Lagoon south to SR-528 Cocoa)
Note; Click on property name to go to official website for property.

Scottsmoor Landing;
2400 Huntington Avenue, Scottsmoor
FROM US Hwy 1 at Garden Street (SR-406), go 11.3 miles north on US Hwy 1, turn right on Huntington Avenue and go 1.9 miles.
GPS N 28 46.253 W 80 50.701
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Mims Launch Ramp;
2010 Jones Avenue, Mims
FROM US Hwy 1 at Garden Street (SR-406), go 4.9 miles north on US Hwy 1, turn right and go 1.2 miles on Wiley Avenue, then go left on Hammock Road 0.2 miles, turn right and 0.1 miles on Jones Avenue.
GPS N 28 40.688 W 80 49.591
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Marina Park;
501 Marina Road, Titusville
Parks Referendum Project
FROM US Hwy 1 and Garden Street, go north on US Hwy 1 and turn right at Marina Road. The park is just past Titusville Marina.
Launch Kayaks from the Boat Ramp, head north along shoreline past the old vector boatworks plant.
GPS N 28 37.333 W 80 48.582
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Parrish Park-Titusville;
1 A. Max Brewer Memorial Parkway, Titusville.
Situated on both sides of SR-402 at the A. Max Brewer Causeway and extends from the east end of the draw bridge to the security gates for Kennedy Space Center.

This park features two fishing decks, one on the north side west of the marine patrol station near the boat ramps and the other on the south side near the base of the bridge.
Just east of the Marine Patrol Station is a section of accessable beach running the length of the causeway on both sides for shoreline and wade fishing, as well as canoe / kayak launching. The north side shoreline is better for wade fishing, opening to a stretch of flats that can hold redfish and seatrout, while along the south side, a deeper trench that is worth a check during cooler weather. Kayaks can paddle south to the mouths of Gator Creek and then Catfish Creek.Try the flats outside of these creek mouths.
GPS N 28 37.452 W 80 47.681
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Merritt Island National Wildlife Refuge and Canaveral National seashore;
Extensive shore based Indian River and Mosquito Lagoon Shoreline Fishing.
(Best access along Space Coast, deserves its own website)
GPS N 28 37.929 W 80 47.031
Kennedy Point Park;
4915 S Washington Avenue, Titusville
On US Hwy 1 just .25 miles south of SR-50 on the Indian River.
Boat ramps open 24 hours a day.
This 5.38-acre community river park features a paved shoreline walkway with benches for wildlife, shuttle viewing and fishing; a boat ramp with central dock; pavilion, 2 grills, restrooms, and parking.
GPS N 28 33.211 W 80 47.755
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Manatee Hammock;
7275 S US Highway 1, Titusville
FROM I-95, take SR-50 Exit-215 and go east for 3 miles. Turn right on US Hwy 1 and go 3.5 miles south. The campground entrance is on the east side the road.
197' Fishing Pier.
GPS N 28 30.258 W 80 47.001
Park and Campground website
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Port St. John Boat Ramp;
6650 N Cocoa Boulevard (US Hwy 1), Port St John
FROM US Hwy 1 at Fay Blvd, the boat ramp parking is along the Indian River just south of the intersection.
FROM SR-520 go 8.8 miles north on US Hwy 1, turn right into the boat ramp parking just south of the Fay Blvd intersection.
GPS N 28 28.506 W 80 46.048
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North Merritt Island
Pine Island Conservation Area;
2121 Pine Island Road, Merritt Island
From SR-528 (Beeline Cswy) take SR-3 north for 5.5 miles. Turn left on Pine Island Rd and go 2.5 miles to the unpaved parking area at the entrance.
From SR-520 go north on Courtenay Parkway (SR-3) across the Barge Canal and continue for 5.5 miles. Turn left on Pine Island Rd and go 2.5 miles to the unpaved parking area at the entrance.
GPS N 28 29.507 W 80 43.302
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SJRWMD Website / SJRWMD Property map
North; SR 528 north
Central; SR 528 to SR 192
South; SR192 south
Canoe / Kayak Access