Forever Florida is one of the largest natural attractions in the state of Florida, offering visitors the opportunity to have fun with attractions such as the Florida Keys, Florida State Park and more. The fort was built in 1837 during the Second Seminole Indian War as part of a military training camp for the US Army and Navy.
In 1875, John H. Sams built a house that is considered one of the oldest standing houses in the state of Florida and the first of its kind. The construction of a railway line to the Indian River region began in 1887, with train service from Titusville to Cocoa Beach in January 1893. The Enterprise to Titusville route began that year and covered about 42 miles by horse and cart to itusville, while the second route began in Enterprise, just east of Sanford.
The second section, the A. Max Brewer Memorial Parkway, connects the CR 402 in Volusia County with the Courtenay Parkway. This section is separated by a 2 km section of the Indian River Parkway and the Titusville - Cocoa Beach Highway (CR-402).
Brevard Zoo was opened in 1994 and is the largest zoo in Florida and the second largest in the United States. The 620-foot landmark offers 360-degree views of the Titusville - Cocoa Beach area and Indian River Parkway. It is home to the critically endangered Lands Endangered Species Act (ESA) National Park Service (NPS).
It is home to valuable Florida manatees, including the Florida manatee, Florida sea turtle and Florida's largest sea lion. It is the number one surfing destination in Florida and hosts several national surfing tournaments throughout the year. There are more than 1,000 miles of designated surfing areas and 160 miles parallel to the sea. Music artists have common connections to the Space Coast and there are music artists and bands, including musical instruments, that are made here in Titusville. Our Facebook page has more than 101,638 followers who love Florida off the beaten track.
It is located on a saltwater lagoon that stretches for more than 1,000 miles parallel to the Indian River in Brevard County, Florida. It is located about 878 km from the Indian River and spans the county, one of the longest counties in Florida, covering a total area of about 1.5 million square miles. In 1879, Titusville was incorporated into the southern part of the Volusia County, together with the other towns in the County of Titus and the City of Breckenridge, to form the County of Brevoort. The county was annexed in 1884 to form a new county, annexing the western part of St. Lucie County and the eastern part, including Titusville, making it the largest county in the state of Florida, covering an area the size of North Carolina that stretches over a third of the length of South Carolina.
The area began to flourish and there was significant development in the early 1890s under the leadership of Henry Flagler, who owned the Titusville, Brevoort, Daytona and Enterprise Railroad, the first railroad in Florida. Shortly after, he leased the line to the Jacksonville, Tampa and Key West Railroad, which completed the tracks to Titus County in 1891, with a terminus at Daytona Beach, south of the city of Daytona. In 1892, Henry Flagler pushed for Daytona and Titusville on the same route that the first railroad ran through Enterprise, and on a second line from Daytona to Orlando.
Titus and several New York investors founded the Florida Seafood Preserve, the first commercial shipping company in Florida to ship Florida seafood to the northern markets. Titus ran a dry goods store with Sand and Sand and a grocery store in Titusville.
There are four models of Gheenoe boats manufactured in Titusville, and two more models are manufactured in Childre Ave. There is a separate class and there are two separate buildings that are separated by a class and located on the east side of the city, at the corner of Childres Ave and the northern end of St. Marys Rd. There are one of four models G heenoes and a model of a two-deck boat, which is manufactured by four different manufacturers in the same building, one in another building and two in different buildings.
The room above is seen from the north side of Childres Ave, at the corner of St. Marys Rd and the northern end of the city, on the east side.
The forest is enchanted by the sound of the wind, the sound of birds, the smell of pine trees and the light of the sun.
The nature trail starts at the gazebo and the toilets and winds through the Indian River Lagoon to a natural hammock in Florida. Experience a piece of prehistoric Florida and walk through this enchanted forest and experience the natural beauty of the Florida Keys as you experience it yourself.