Life’s a beach on Cocoa Beach!
I live in a small town. Cocoa Beach is a small town.
You know you live in a small town when...
people know you and don't ask for your ID when you write a check,
you use landmarks and points of interest rather than street names or addresses when giving directions to out of town folks and
you measure distance by the number of traffic lights rather than minutes or miles.
When we moved to Florida, one of the things that attracted us to Cocoa Beach was that small town atmosphere. The 12,000 locals were friendly and the pace of life was relaxed. That is still true today, 30 years later, even though Cocoa Beach has been discovered as a resort town and popular tourist destination.
Cocoa Beach is different things to different people…it is a relaxing day at the beach for mainlanders, a great surfing location and a favorite “home away from home” for our snowbirds.
Whether you want to raise a family, relax or retire, the casual, friendly lifestyle of Cocoa Beach makes it the perfect place to do so.
Cocoa Beach is a barrier island with six miles of beaches on the east and the Banana River on the west. Cape Canaveral borders Cocoa Beach to the north with Patrick Air Force Base to the south.
We enjoy sub-tropical weather with average lows around 50* in what passes for our winter and highs in the summer around 90* with a light sea breeze most days.
Cocoa Beach is known for its waterfront property and you can choose your view…
The Atlantic Ocean offers gorgeous sunrises, surfing and beach access.
The Banana River to the west is the place for boating and breathtaking sunsets.
But the canals of Cocoa Beach and their tranquil, relaxed atmosphere are its best kept secret.
You can be as active as you want or relax as much as you like. Our fabulous weather means we can enjoy the beaches year around as well as golf, tennis, biking, boating, kayaking, swimming, surfing, parasailing, SUP and fishing.
Cocoa Beach Country Club is open to the public and offers a 27-hole municipal golf course on the Banana River, a 50-meter public swimming pool and tennis complex.
Cocoa Beach has 3 oceanfront parks with restrooms, showers and picnic tables and a state of the art skate park. Tours of the Banana River Lagoon are available by boat or kayak to see marine life and wildlife in their natural habitat. Exploring the 1,000 Islands is a favorite activity for kayakers.
There are a variety of restaurants and types of cuisine available for dining out in the Cocoa Beach area. The Art Festival during Thanksgiving weekend is a special treat.
If you’re looking for the perfect place to live or visit, come explore Cocoa Beach. You’ll be glad you did!