New Hidden Gems Program Unveiled


Citizen-driven Initiative Uncovers Little-Known Destination Gems The Space Coast Office of Tourism launched a new Hidden Gems program, a citizen-driven program where county residents, business owners and officials teamed to create self-guided adventures that set visitors and locals on the…


KSC is Still Alive and Well


Why We Continue to be the Space Coast by George White In spite of the long-held assumption that the end of the Space Shuttle program would mean mothballs for Kennedy Space Center – and the North Brevard economy – the…


Is the Space Coast Facing an Identity Crisis?


How the hub of space exploration can hold onto its status in a post-space shuttle age On the near picture-perfect morning of May 16, hundreds of thousands of people gathered in the vicinity of Kennedy Space Center to witness a…


See You on the Court


For the 6th year, tennis lovers can see professional women’s tennis in Brevard County at the MIMA Foundation/USTA Pro Tennis Classic. The tournament is hosted at the Kiwi Tennis Club in Indian Harbour Beach, May 1 through 8. Experience the… is Presented By


Camping on the Space Coast


Florida offers many, many spots for camping- from full facility cabins on the waterfront to primitive campsites (if you really want the camping experience.) Camping is a great opportunity to celebrate all the wonderful scenery, wildlife, and weather that our…


Rein in the Fun


Horse enthusiasts thrive in Brevard There are few bonds stronger than that of a horse and a human. Ask any horse lover (and we did) to describe this unique relationship, and they have a difficult time putting it into words….


Golfing Around the Space Coast


by Michelle Salyer After a record cold winter, Brevard County golf courses are back in full swing this summer, many with refurbished greens and landscaping. More than 25 courses grace the Space Coast, many of them ranked among Golf Digest’s…


Zero G: The Ultimate Thrill Ride


Many of us in Brevard have grown up around images of astronauts bouncing on the surface of the moon or floating weightlessly inside the International Space Station.  While most of us will never get to experience the effects of zero…