“Lil’ Blessing” Make time to be together!
“Lil’ Blessing” Make time to be together!
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Melbourne is southeast of Orlando on Florida’s Pacific coast. When you book an RV in Melbourne, you’ll have easy access to all of the sites and scenery that Florida’s eastern Pacific coast has to offer. Melbourne is right on the beach, not far from inland marshes and swamps, and close to the urban vibe of Orlando. For these reasons and more, thousands of vacationers come to Melbourne from around the world every year.
But the city is not just a good place to stay that’s close to major attractions. Melbourne is an attraction in and of itself. Read on to discover more of what this friendly, mid-size Florida city has to offer.
Even as the population has grown significantly in recent decades, Florida’s leaders have worked hard to preserve the state’s natural beauty. Residents benefit from these efforts, and so do visitors to the Sunshine State.
The 121-mile Indian River is one of the largest lagoons in Florida. Visitors usually see lots of manatees, a few dolphins here and there, and perhaps an alligator or two. You can also enjoy kayaking and fishing on the water. Along the shore, there are lots of local restaurants. If space travel is your thing, Indian River has a good view of Cape Canaveral.
To see even more wildlife, take the Melbourne rental RV to the Turkey Creek Sanctuary. It’s a very delicate place that’s also a major fishing breeding ground. So, you’ll probably see plenty of these creatures in addition to the aforementioned alligators and manatees. Facilities include a cool canoe deck that’s right on the river and a nature center that offers seminars and day camps.
For a change of pace, power up the motorhome rental in Melbourne and hit the beach at a place like Paradise Beach and Park. It has a large play area, several sand volleyball courts, and a lifeguard on the beach. Other facilities include showers, restrooms, and barbecue pits. The sandy beach is also a great place to find seashells.
Outdoor Resorts, Melbourne Beach is just a few blocks away from the water and also just a few blocks away from downtown. It’s a good place to park the RV rental in Melbourne because here, you get the best of both worlds. There’s a large common area that includes modern, clean laundry facilities. There are plenty of on-site activities as well, thanks to three large swimming pools, a bingo parlor, and a sunrise-watching lounge. Private security protects your Melbourne RV rental.
The Ocean View RV & Mobile Home Court is just up the road in Satellite Beach. It’s on a barrier island, so it’s literally right on the ocean. It’s a small park, so make your Melbourne camper rental site reservations early. The staff is quite friendly and there are plenty of stores within walking distance.
Casa Loma Estates Co-Op is a resident-owned community that’s exclusively for people 55 and over. It’s less than an hour’s drive away from Orlando International Airport and the Orlando theme parks. There are also lots of social and other activities geared towards adults of this age. If part of your retirement or semi-retirement includes a travel trailer rental in Melbourne, you need to check this place out.
The Foosaner Art Museum is along the banks of the Indian River. It features over 5,000 exhibits, many of which emphasize the area’s cultural heritage. The museum also has a large modern art collection. Recent additions include the Ruth Cote Clemente Children’s Science Center and the Renee Foosaner Education Center.
While the Foosaner largely celebrates the area’s present, the Historic Rossetter House Museum celebrates its past. This charming museum has many artifacts that help visitors understand how people lived in Melbourne around the turn of the 20th century. Everything in the house, except the curtains, belonged to the original owners or their daughters. The serene garden area is a nice place to sit and reflect or to have a quiet celebration of your own.
Most Americans don’t know very much about the Liberty Bell except that it’s in Philadelphia and it has a big crack. The Liberty Bell Memorial Museum gives you a chance to change that. A full-size Liberty Bell replica is just the beginning. This replica bell, which was cast by the same company which did the original, is in the Rotunda of American History. The LBMM also contains Freedom Hall, which is dedicated to American armed forces.
The best way to explore all these sites, as well as some of the other ones in Brevard County, is to rent a motorhome in Melbourne. The flexibility that move gives you is a key to getting the most out of your next Florida vacation.