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Wind Surfing the Space Coast
The Space Coast runs north to south for about 70 miles and through its entire length runs the Indian River Lagoon. Also contained within the Space Coast and connected to the Indian River Lagoon is the Banana River. Both of these are wide open water bodies surrounded by an open low lying topography, providing full exposure to prevailing wind conditions coming primarily off the ocean and also great windsurfing conditions. There are also about 70 miles of Atlantic Beachfront and numerous access points. Refer to the Surfing page for these locations.
Parrish Park-Titusville;
1 A. Max Brewer Memorial Parkway, Titusville
This urban district river park is situated on both sides of SR-402 at the A. Max Brewer Causeway from the east end of the draw bridge to the security gates for Kennedy Space Center. The 36.6-acre park provides convenient access to the Indian River for fishing, water sports, sunbathing and shuttle viewing. Recreational amenities include picnic shelters, restrooms, boardwalk, fishing pier, and boat ramps with paved parking for 46 cars and 47 boat trailer spaces. Just east of the Marine Patrol Station is a section of accessible beach running the length of the causeway on both sides. The North side of this section of the causeway is extremely popular site for windsurfing with over 100 yards of natural beach launching. Unpaved parking for the river shoreline accommodates 100 vehicles along this area, meaning the walk with your equipment from vehicle to water is a few feet. During windy conditions this is an extremely popular spot.
ADA ACCESSIBLE: Parking, Boat Trailer Parking, Restrooms in Developed Area, Fishing Deck, Boat Ramps.
GPS N 28 37.452 W 80 47.681
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Kelly Park-East
2550 N Banana River Drive, Merritt Island
Parks Referendum Project
FROM US Hwy 1 go 5.3 miles east on SR-528 then right at the N. Banana Drive exit. The park is along the river on the left. This 15.37-acre community river park and internationally recognized windsurfing area on the Banana River features a natural catamaran / sailboard launch area with sandy beach and shower, boat ramps with dock, and adjacent parking for cars and boat trailers. Near a small scenic lagoon, a paved walkway connects a mid-size pavilion, 5 grills, restrooms, drinking fountains and recreation amenities. Two small pavilions and picnic tables provide picnicking by the river’s edge. With the waterfront view and facilities attracting numerous group gatherings through the spring and summer season, advanced reservations are recommended.
Open after 7:00 a.m. until dark, except for scheduled use.
GPS N 28 24.195 W 80 39.744
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Eau Gallie Causeway Boat Ramp;
Eau Gallie Causeway (SR-518), Melbourne
ACCESS FROM the eastbound lane on the east side of the causeway, or FROM westbound lane through curb-cut in median.
This 1.4-acre boating area is a popular boat launch and windsurfing site. It is also a great place for viewing the annual Christmas Parade of Boats. Besides the natural windsurfing launch area, facilities include a 4-lane boat ramp, unpaved parking for 20 cars with boat trailers, and fishing catwalk.
GPS N 28 08.157 W 80 36.367
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Melbourne Riverview Park
2400 Riverview Drive, Melbourne
FROM SR-192 go 0.4 miles south on US Hwy 1, turn left on Prospect Avenue and go 0.1, then turn right onto Riverview Drive and go 0.1 miles. This 16-acre community river park includes a conservation area and a popular windsurfing site. The shoreline is accessible for fishing near the open grassy area where a 1-lane launch ramp is available for nonmotorized watercraft. A pavilion with grills is located nearby with restrooms, sand volleyball court, playground, and benches.
ADA ACCESSIBLE: Parking, Pavilion, Playground
Open after 7:00 a.m. until dark, except for scheduled use.
GPS N 28 04.394 W 80 35.953
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