*[Titusville has long since been a great place to live, work and play for generations. For decades the city has been referred to as “Space City USA”. The city of Titusville continues this legacy today being the home to new and long time state of the art aerospace, industrial and technical industries. Embraer Aero Seating Technologies manufacturing facility and the privately funded company Blue Origin, LLC commercial aerospace operations have selected the Space Coast as their new home. Long time employers, Eckler's World Headquarters, well respected Parrish Medical Center and Space Coast Regional Airport continue to be large employers within the city.
The Space Coast Regional Airport offers skydiving, flight training and much more. The Valiant Air Command Warbird Museum is open year round and host to the famous TICO Warbirds Air show. This]* thrilling air show features a mix of historic warbirds, modern jets and aerobatic teams.
Choose to live the small city life, owning a condo overlooking the fairways of the La Cita Country Club, a luxury home or a condo with a stunning river vista. Whether it’s a gated newer community, a retirement community or an older community, the city of Titusville encompasses its diverse culture with great pride.
The Great Outdoors RV Nature & Golf Resort is a prime destination for the avid RVer’s lifestyle. This unspoiled tropical paradise was voted America’s highest rated RV resort. The resort offers a myriad of desirable lifestyle choices ranging from RV port sites and modular home sites to luxury custom built homes all built around amenities fit for the enthusiastic RVer. The Great Outdoors has something for everyone from the 18-hole championship golf course, catch and release stocked lakes and ponds, fitness facility, Olympic size heated pool, tennis, shuffleboard, arts & crafts, entertainment, socials and more. Overnight vacationers will find paved streets, wide turnarounds, and angled sites. The full hook up sites include level, concrete pads, 30/50 amp electric, water and sewer.
Located near Port Canaveral, Daytona Beach and Cocoa Beach the Titusville area offers an abundance of history and countless activities. Canaveral National Seashore is a barrier island that stretches 24 miles from New Smyrna Beach south to Titusville. This barrier island is host to the longest stretch of undeveloped beach along the East coast of Florida. The southern section near Titusville is called Playalinda Beach. Playalinda Beach, voted 4th best beach in Florida is remote and a favorite among locals for fishing, kayaking and surfing.
Playalinda beach is a barrier island between the Indian River/Mosquito Lagoon and the Atlantic Ocean. The barrier island and surrounding marshy areas form one of the most diverse ecosystems in Florida. Boat ramps are available for smaller watercraft throughout the Merritt Island National Wildlife Refuge to access the Mosquito Lagoon, various creeks, Indian River/Intracoastal Waterway and the Atlantic Ocean. These bodies of water are a sportsmen’s paradise for world class fishing of all kinds. Titusville has been designated the Redfish Capital of the World. The pristine waters of the 156 mile long Indian River Lagoon Estuary are home to some of the best Redfish flats you can find anywhere in the country. Study the bioluminescence from a kayak or drive the seven mile journey along the one way road on Black Point Wildlife Drive gazing at the hundreds migratory birds and abundant wildlife. Nearby Titusville Municipal Marina amenities include a public boat ramp, permanent and transient slips and new mooring field. Locals and tourists alike gather at the urban district Parrish River Park for windsurfing, sailing, jet-skiing, water skiing, canoeing and boating. Camp out under the stars surrounded by the quiet, peaceful hammock of pines and palms in the 26.45 acre Manatee Hammock Campground or tour one of the many walking trails at the North Brevard Walking Trail.
On the mainland, spend your day visiting the U.S Space Walk Hall of Fame, the North Brevard Historical Museum, the Historic Pritchard House and Historic Downtown Titusville. This nostalgic part of town has been refurbished and is bustling with charming vintage and antique shops, restaurants, bakeries, galleries and the Historic Emma Parrish Theatre. The thriving Titusville Playhouse (501-C Non Profit), Inc is located within the walls of this small venue where local theater groups stage plays ranging from dramas to musicals to comedies.
Titusville is a place where technology, history, and nature all come together.