Merritt Island

Situated on the eastern coast of Central Florida and separated from the mainland by the Indian River and the Banana River is the hidden gem of Merritt Island.

It is known for its proximity to the John F. Kennedy Space Center and its natural beauty, including wildlife refuges and scenic waterways. With its idyllic location and a host of enticing features, Merritt Island is the perfect place to call home.


Things To Do


John F. Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex

Embark on an unforgettable journey through space exploration at the renowned Kennedy Space Center. Immerse yourself in interactive exhibits, touch moon rocks, marvel at historic spacecraft, and even witness rocket launches if the timing aligns. Delve into the rich history and inspiring future of space exploration.

Ulumay Wildlife Sanctuary

Situated on the Indian River Lagoon, the Ulumay Wildlife Sanctuary offers a serene retreat for nature lovers. Explore its trails and boardwalks, which wind through mangrove forests and marshlands. Keep an eye out for various bird species, including ospreys, herons, and egrets, as well as other fascinating wildlife that call this sanctuary home.