Best Central Florida Places to Watch

Hundreds of thousands of people are expected to hit Florida’s Space Coast this weekend to find their place for Monday’s big launch. County just on a Monday morning,” said Don Walker of Brevard County Emergency Management Response. .If you are planning to stay in Volusia County, the aptly named Apollo Beach is a good place to grab.Really anywhere on the south side of New Smyrna Beach.If you are going to be staying in South Brevard, it should have great views from both decks at Vero Beach. If you want to be in the heart of the action in North Brevard, be prepared for large crowds. Some of the best views will be at Jetty Park in Port Canaveral, but the entrance is already full. But don’t worry – several public parks that line the Indian River in Titusville offer great views. These will remain open until they reach capacity. “It will be like the 70s during the Apollo,” said resident Mark Stephens. “Very exciting, yes. Can’t wait to see it.” Here is a list of places in Central Florida where you can witness the historic launch: in Volusia County• South side of New Smyrna Beach (Canaveral National Seashore)• Bethune Beach, 6656 S. Atlantic Ave.• Apollo Beach in New Smyrna BeachIn Brevard County (the Space Coast) • Jetty Park Beach and Pier, 400 Jetty Park Road, Port Canaveral. (Parking is paid.)• Playalinda Beach, 1000 Playalinda Beach Road, Canaveral National Seashore.• Space View Park, 8 Broad St., Titusville• Alan Shepard Park, 299 E. Cocoa Beach Causeway, Cocoa Beach• Cocoa Beach Pier, 401 Meade Ave. (Parking fees vary.)• Lori Wilson Park, 1400 N. Atlantic Ave., Cocoa Beach Vero Beach: Alma Lee Loy Bridge at Vero Beach Merrill Barber Bridge at Vero Beach Related: What to know about the Artemis Mission 1 The thing to remember is that no matter which of these places you choose, arrive early. Hundreds of thousands of people are expected to hit the coast on Monday morning, so you’re going to want to give yourself plenty of time to get to your seat.

Hundreds of thousands of people are expected to hit Florida’s Space Coast this weekend to find their place for Monday’s big launch.

“We’ve heard from up to 500,000 people from Cape Town, so you’re talking about almost doubling the size of Brevard County in just one Monday morning,” said Don Walker of Brevard County Emergency Management Response.

It’s expected to be crowded, but the good news is that there are miles and miles of beach along the coast that should give visitors a good view.

If you’re planning on staying high in Volusia County, the aptly named Apollo Beach is a good spot to grab. Really anywhere on the south side of New Smyrna Beach.

If you’re going to stay in South Brevard, there should be some great views from both decks at Vero Beach.

If you want to be in the heart of the action in North Brevard, be prepared for large crowds.

Some of the best viewing will be at Jetty Park in Port Canaveral, but admission has already sold out.

But don’t worry, several public parks that line the Indian River in Titusville offer great views. These will remain open until they reach their maximum capacity.

“It will be like the 70s during the Apollo,” said resident Mark Stephens. “Very exciting, yes. Can’t wait to see it.”

Here’s a list of places in Central Florida where you can watch the historic launch:

In Volusia County

South side of New Smyrna Beach (Canaveral National Shore)

Bethune Beach6656 S. Atlantic Ave.

Apollo Beach at New Smyrna Beach

In Brevard County (the Space Coast)

Jetty Park Beach and Pier, 400 Jetty Park Road, Port Canaveral. (Parking is paid.)

Playalinda Beach1000 Playalinda Beach Road, Canaveral National Seashore.

Park View Space8 Broad Street, Titusville

Alan Shepard Park299 E. Cocoa Beach Causeway, Cocoa Beach

Cocoa Beach Pier401 Meade Ave. (Parking fees vary.)

Lori Wilson Park1400 N. Atlantic Ave., Cocoa Beach

Vero Beach:

Alma Lee Loy Bridge at Vero Beach

Merrill Barber Bridge at Vero Beach

Related: What to know about the Artemis 1 mission

The most important thing to remember is that no matter which of these places you choose, arrive early. Hundreds of thousands of people are expected to hit the coast on Monday morning, so you’re going to want to give yourself plenty of time to get to your seat.

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