When you stay at Ramada Kennedy Space Center in Titusville, you'll be close to St. Johns National Wildlife Refuge. This hotel is within the vicinity of American Police Hall of Fame and Museum and United States Astronaut Hall of Fame.
Make yourself at home in one of the 121 air-conditioned guestrooms. Complimentary wireless Internet access keeps you connected, and cable programming is available for your entertainment. Bathrooms have complimentary toiletries and hair dryers. Conveniences include safes and desks, and housekeeping is provided daily.
Rec, Spa, Premium Amenities
Enjoy a range of recreational amenities, including an outdoor pool, a spa tub, and a sauna.
At the end of the day, relax with your favorite drink at a bar/lounge. A complimentary continental breakfast is served daily.
Business, Other Amenities
Featured amenities include a 24-hour business center, audiovisual equipment, and complimentary newspapers in the lobby. Planning an event in Titusville? This hotel has 204 square feet (18 square meters) of space consisting of banquet facilities and a meeting/conference room. Free self parking is available onsite.
Rescuing horses since 1998 in Florida, this 501(c)(3) charity's volunteers rehabilitate, retrain & re-home them. Some go on to provide therapeutic services for differently abled children & adults, camps, & lessons. We support our endeavors with trail rides, & horse drawn services, such as weddings, wagon rides, funerals etc
The Loughman Lake Beer and Food Fest, formerly known as the Titusville Craft Beer Festival, sets a spread of up to 70 domestic and craft beers for festival-goers to sample amidst the scenic vista at Loughman Lake. Since 2012, the festival has been a destination for fun lovers of all stripes: guests can chew the fat about their favorite baseball teams or play full-contact chess in the sports lounge, toast digital gladiators in the video-game area, or rock out to live music played throughout the day. Thanks to the new venue, the festival also offers a chance to jet across the wetlands on an airboat with reservations through the lakeside lodge.
Dr. Robert Stevens at VeinCare of Brevard, LLC works closely with a team of vascular technicians and medical assistants, tracking wayward veins and shutting them down with sclerotherapy. Sclerotherapy is a less invasive alternative to surgical vein stripping, as it relies only on doses of FDA-approved, vein-closing foam and the body's own ability to absorb the defunct vessels. Spider and varicose veins not only cause aesthetic anguish, but they also can come with symptoms such as pain, itching, or the desire to spin webs in the corner.
Central Florida’s aqueous wonders become tangible during A Day Away Kayak Tours’ boating excursions, as guests explore diverse estuaries with manatees and dolphins often swimming a paddle’s length away. The eclectic tours immerse kayakers in a cornucopia of experiences, including bioluminescent nighttime paddles that reveal eerily glowing organisms and flashes of light as fish swim by and solder their underwater sand castles. Sunset tours present leisurely rosy-hued panoramas, and day tours give glimpses of gators and soaring kingfishers and ospreys. On other tours, groups stop to explore grass flats and dig for clams as wild turkeys and pigs spectate. Beyond the kayak, pontoons usher guests on eco tours on the Indian River, and guides lead fishing trips off Merritt Island in search of sea trout and mangrove snapper.
A 200-foot man-made alligator flashes his brace-free grin as visitors pass through the gates of Jungle Adventures' lush wilderness to meet the myriad creatures that call it home. From exhibit to exhibit, rare beasts including Florida panthers, black bears, tropical birds, and wolves exchange salutations with their visitors. Knowledgeable experts navigate jungle terrain during guided tours and VIP adventure tours, and at live exhibitions, such as the Gator Jamboree Feeding Adventure, experienced handlers coax shy critters from their hiding places. The park also explores the area's human history in replicas of a 16th-century Spanish fort and Native American village, where authentic recreations of ancient artifacts, decorations, and brick-sized cell phones shed light on lifestyles from centuries ago.