- Where700 Long Point Rd, Melbourne Beach, FL 32951, USA
Camelot is a family owned and operated park. The hosts, the Ritter family welcome you. Bobby, Liz, Sam, Bob Sr. 'Pops', and staff are ready to make your stay a pleasant one.Camelot is near many attractions ranging from the Kennedy Space Center to the Brevard Zoo as well as many shopping and dining hotspots. Camelot itself is a very pleasant place to relax and hand out it with multiple activities to keep you busy.RV facilities include 30/50 amp, level pull-thru sites, full hook-ups (water, sewer, and electric), back-on sites, concrete patios, picnic tables, cable TV, Wi-Fi, laundry, and restrooms. Recreational activities include a large recreation hall, mail and quilting rooms, shuffleboard, basketball, and bocce ball court. Camelot also a dog park so your pets will enjoy their stay as well.Camelot is an adult and senior oriented park that places their emphasis on a fun, loving, and social adult atmosphere.
A five-minute drive south along the scenic coastline that borders Palm Bay takes you to Breezy Palms RV Park, nestled on the banks of Indian River. Just past the breakwater, you can watch the sun rise over the Atlantic Ocean from one of many riverside spaces or shaded campsites. The weather is consistently sunny, and many tall palms trees on the property provide ample shaded areas for outdoor activities. The park regularly hosts communal events like outdoor cookouts and card playing nights, and the breezy, cool clubhouse is also available for larger parties and private gatherings. Enjoy indoor activities that include board games, pool tables, and even a Wii gaming system. The site is equipped with a long wooden walkway and dock that extends out into the water, suited to fishing, swimming, photo opportunities, or aquatic transportation. Feel free to bring your canoe or kayak, ideal watercraft for exploring the nearby shoreline and other local nature preserves, such as Country Cove and the Turkey Creek Sanctuary.
Travel less than an hour north from Palm Bay to experience an inspirational venue that is a museum, heritage site, and science center at Cape Kennedy. This historic site is adjacent to the Cape Canaveral Air Force Station and the NASA Shuttle Landing Facility. The venue is designed to preserve and educate the public about the various NASA space missions that have taken place since the organization was formed, along with describing future plans and providing information about current leadership and ongoing activities. Various permanent exhibits feature the Mars missions, technology, aeronautics, and early satellites. Visitors learn the history of previous missions and the brave astronauts that made them possible, along with information about current and future missions to distant planets. Future plans include journeys to Mars, the asteroid belt, and even beyond the galaxy. The space center also include a gallery of video and interactive media that includes various media from recent and ongoing NASA missions, many of which are available for educational and public use.
Enjoy a park that embodies the heart of Kissimmee, found along the shores of the scenic Lake Tohopekaliga and offering walkways, BBQ grills, boating, fishing piers, playgrounds, a concession stand that sells food, beverages and snacks. You can fish here and buy bait and fish tackle at the Big Toho Marina, enjoy bird watching since the park has been named a State of Florida Birding Trail.
Gatorland provides 110-acres of adventure and education, where you can view thousands of alligators and crocodiles including four extremely rare "white" alligators. This theme park and wildlife preserve showcases a free-flight aviary, a petting zoo, natural alligator breeding marsh, and the "thrilling" Screamin' Gator Zip Line, where you can fly 1,200 feet, all of this combines to ensure for a memorable day.
Daily concerts, a 205-foot neo-Gothic singing tower and vast, beautifully landscaped gardens put Bok Tower Gardens in a category all its own. The tower's 60-bell carillon can be heard playing throughout the grounds.
Considered Orlando's "nightlife epicenter," Church Street Station has been the place to be for dining and entertainment more than 100 years. From tapas to taverns, the food scene has something to please everyone. The after-dinner menu includes plenty of shopping and entertainment, from live music to comedy shows.
An unexpected oasis in the midst of Orlando's concrete jungle, Harry P. Lieu Gardens is a breath of fresh, floral-vented air. The 50-acre botanical garden is located near downtown Orlando, but that fact is easy to forget once you set foot on the quiet, peaceful grounds. The historic Leu House Museum is open to visitors and offers insight into the families who lived there.
An unconventional family owned theme park offering family fun and plenty of memorable activities. Wooden coasters, multi-level Go-Karts, thrill rides, family rides, an arcade midway and special events. You can also visit Gator Spot 15,000-square-foot park, where you can feed the animals and take photos with them. Be sure to ride the world?s Tallest SkyCoaster standing at 300 feet!
This is where Orlando-area residents and visitors come to hang glide. Open seven days a week, Wallaby Ranch claims it's the first full-time Aerotow hang gliding flight park in the world. The park offers tandem hang gliding and instruction.
Scenic wetlands and sprawling, lush grounds make ChampionsGate Golf Resort a must-stop for any avid golfer. The international and national courses offer beautiful scenery and a challenge on the greens. It is home to David Leadbedder's Golf academy as well as a top 100 golf shop, restaurant and sports lounge.
With a great, big retro-looking green sign beckoning customers to pull of U.S. 27 and try the goat milk fudge, Webbs Candy Shop serves up treats from chocolates to fudge to citrus candies to ice cream. The store has been an attraction since 1932, selling high-end treats to generations of Floridians and visitors.