The Space Coast is a unique place, like nowhere else on the planet.
Our Parks system provides public spaces for citizens and tourists alike to enjoy our amazing outdoor world. From beaches on the Atlantic Ocean to coastal waterways, the Indian River Lagoon and the Banana River, to the St. John’s River, and all points in between, shows Brevard County Florida’s dedication to conservation and preservation of our natural spaces.
Located on Florida’s Space Coast, the mission of the Brevard County Parks and Recreation Department is to enhance the quality of life by providing many types and levels of service that reflect the interest and values of citizens and visitors.
Of the many parks and facilities available throughout the county, those that the Department manages include 117 parks, 3 campgrounds, 3 nature centers, 3 education centers, 44 beach access sites, 10 school athletic sites, and more than 16,500 managed acres of Environmentally Endangered Land sanctuaries and conservation areas. The Parks and Recreation Department’s website offers residents and visitors a place to discover the unique features and recreational opportunities available throughout our parks.
Recreational opportunities on Florida’s beautiful Space Coast range from nature preserves to state-of-the-art athletic facilities and active community centers. Features that inspire both active and quiet pursuits include wildlife sanctuaries, beaches, rivers, lakes, boat ramps, nature centers, trails, cultural sites, an aquatic center, playgrounds, event/picnic pavilions, and a variety of sports facilities.
Additionally, for those who love the outdoors, Brevard County’s parks provide venues for community and regional activities including public golf at two beautiful golf courses; camping at three unique campgrounds; horse trails; fishing and boating–with access to the waterways by boat ramps at many parks; beach and lake swimming and various venues for water sports including sailing, windsurfing, surfing, rowing, catamaran, canoe, and kayak.
Facilities for other active sports include softball, tennis, volleyball, horseshoes, shuffleboard, and there are many soccer and Little League ball fields. Picnic pavilions and playgrounds are available at various parks for more passive enjoyment.
So get outside and enjoy the weather.
Brevard County has 117 parks and 22 wildlife sanctuaries. Click to see them all.
Brevard County has many dog friendly parks from Titusville to Melbourne.
Many parks in Brevard County are located on the shoreline of the Atlantic Ocean.
See the Parks Calendar for current events.
For more information, visit Brevard County Parks and Recreation.