*[Located on the Space Coast of Florida, Port St. John lies between the cities of Titusville (north) and Cocoa (south). Port St. John continues to be one of the area's fastest growing communities supporting a plethora of organizations, businesses and residents. Whether you reside in a condominium nestled along the Indian River, a lake front home, or in a newer or older housing development, the sense of community is evident throughout the area. The Port St. John Community Park is located in the heart of the community. Within the park, the PSJ community center offers meeting and recreation rooms, summer camps and year round activities for all ages.
The Space Coast Communities Sports Complex is home to the Port St. John Little League, Port St. John Rockets Youth Football and Cheerleading, and the Port St John United Soccer Club offering recreational and competitive soccer for boys and girls ages 3 and up. Families will enjoy the paved walkways, picnic areas and playgrounds. A model airplane field near a small lake and a go-kart track are also available to the public. The Port St. John Little League Girls’ Fastpitch and the Port St. John Women’s Softball teams both compete at]* Fay Park. These leagues are all supported by enormous parental support and the generosity of the community that surrounds these programs.
Grab your bicycles, walking shoes, kayaks or fishing poles and head out to the west end of town to the beautiful 192.7-acre Fay Lake Wilderness Park. This community park features access to a 27-acre fishing lake for small non-motorized boats, walking/hiking trails, 2 playgrounds, pavilions, fishing piers and a dog park. Get connected to the Florida wildlife observing migratory songbirds, waders, swallow, moorhen, turtles, alligators or the occasional majestic deer.
Take a riverside stroll along the paved walkway gazing at the manatees and dolphins, fish from the shore, picnic or let the kids run and play on the playground at Nicol Park. Just across from the Kennedy Space Center, this park is the ideal viewing area for sensational rocket launches from the Cape. Launch your boat just south of the park at the Pt St. John Boat Ramp. Located along U.S. Hwy 1, this ramp is easily accessible and open 24 hours a day. Listen to the gulls and songbirds as you set your course for your favorite fishing hole in the Indian River Lagoon/Intracoastal Waterway where some of the best fishing in the world awaits you!
West of the Indian River and east of the St. Johns River, Port Saint John is a community to live in and explore!
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