Spessard Holland North Beach Park is a “Space Coast” beach and park, just 76 miles (122 km) southeast of Orlando, Florida. Please note that while this is not a designated stargazing area, the park is a popular tourist attraction and is open to the public year-round. One EarthSky friend says it offers “a quiet beach with low light pollution.” A popular family park featuring a boardwalk and two small pavilions, the area provides easy beach access for surf fishing and beach goers. Additional amenities include public restrooms and outdoor showers. Camping, however, is not permitted here. For more information, please visit online or call the Brevard County General Directory at 321-633-2000.
Chelynne Campion is a Production/ Sales Assistant for EarthSky. Her family just purchased a telescope, and she's now learning to be a stargazer!