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EXPLORE And ... Action! ADVENTURES ABOUND, WHETHER YOU STAY ON LAND OR HEAD UNDERWATER.


WI TH OCEAN, the Intracoastal Waterway, nature preserves, waves, and trails galore, the city is full of playgrounds for outdoor lovers of all ages. No matter what your passion, you’ll find a place to indulge.


Love the water? Explore 17 miles of pristine white sand beach


(beach yoga, anyone?) that run right into the Atlantic. Surfing, not surprisingly, is a popular pastime, but it’s just the tip of the white- capped waves. Go scuba diving to get a close-up of shipwrecks, go fishing for your dinner, or just float on your back in the Florida sunshine. Need more? No problem. Head to the mellow waters of the Intracoastal for kayaking, boating, and paddleboarding. Landlubbers will be equally thrilled at the endless possibilities.


Numerous boardwalks give walkers and joggers a platform for outdoor exercise. And miles of trails snake all over the area, leading hikers through areas brimming with birds, reptiles, and marine life. And if you love parks, be sure to bring your walking shoes.


Canaveral National Seashore is a sanctuary of beaches and barrier islands, full of wildlife like sea turtles, manatees, and bald eagles; Smyrna Dunes Park, with water on three sides, has views at every turn; and Doris Leeper Spruce Creek Preserve is a sprawling park with a long boardwalk.


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