Riverside Inn Titusville

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1829 Riverside Drive, (formerly Howard Johnson Inn), Titusville, Florida, 32780, United States
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Historic Titusville

by grandmaR

Under construction

7. 305 S. Washington Ave (third photo)

Built in 1910 for the Titusville Hardware store, it still has the original tin ceiling, heart pine floor and display shelves. Today, a children's resale shop enjoys this building.

18. 300 S. Washington Ave (first two pictures) Citizen's Bank

This 1924 Beaux Arts Classical style bank building has a lovely curved staircase and beautiful chandelier in the lobby.

19. 302 S. Washington Ave

The Walker Apartments were built for the influx of tourists in 1924 in the Spanish style with an arched arcade and a carved sailing ship above the entry.

This scenic harbor is known as...

by mcharlton

This scenic harbor is known as the fishing capital of the Pinellas Coast. Rich with restaurants, shopping, sightseeing and of course, beaches, you can spend the day sailing, boating, jet skiing, parasailing, or just relaxing in the warm Gulf waters. Visit the many charming shops and art galleries, take in a fresh seafood dinner and head back to the beach to watch the sunset HIGH SPEED FERRY SERVICE TO BEGIN IN 2003 . . . skimming over the water at approximately 70 mph, it will reach Key West in about 3-1/2 hours. The new prototype catamaran-style boat, called a passenger ferry, will be put into service sometime in 2003.

Hubbards Express newest vessel offering daily trips to the Flordia keys in just 3 - 4 hours and prices starting at $99.
The SeaTran (surface-effects aided transportation) is a state-of-the-art
Fast Ferry Surface Effect Ship constructed in Florida and is U.S. Coast Gaurd certified for passenger transportation.
The Ship is a twin catamaran (90' by 30') with seating for 150 passengers.

You must see the Kennedy Space...

by OdangoAtama

You must see the Kennedy Space Center Visitor's Complex of course, but also the wildlife preservation area. I went to the wildlife preservation area and watched the sunrise. Also they were wheeling discovery to the launch pad.. it was nice.
This is the first rental car I ever drove.. hehe

Titusville Swing Bridge over the Indian River

by grandmaR

According to the North Brevard County Museum in historic Titusville, the Titusville Mayor, John R. Walker, started campaigning for a bridge over the Indian River in Titusville on March 28, 1919. On October 14th that same year, the local property owners voted 204 to 14 in favor of a $175,000 bond issue to finance the construction of the bridge, to make it possible for easy access to Playalinda and Desoto Beaches and a road to the St. Johns River. Construction started in late 1921.

The two lane hand cranked wooden draw bridge (photo 3), named "Walker Bridge" after the mayor was opened to traffic December 15, and was a toll bridge (toll list in photo 4). It served until WW II. The causeway was dredged in 1940, but steel and concrete were diverted for military purposes which delayed construction. The current bridge - the Max Brewer Bridge (photo 2) - is located on State Road 402 in Titusville. It provides access to the Kennedy Space Center and is closed with a hour or more before a space shuttle launch. The bridge is scheduled to be replaced with a fixed span (FM No. 241200). Bids are to be received in FY 09/10. The estimated cost is $42 million.

The bridge is south of the marina, which means that the snowbirds coming south can anchor in the lee of the bridge or go into the marina before they have to have a bridge opening. Each time we have transited the ICW we have stopped at the Titusville Marina, which is one of our favorite marinas.

Visit the ocean beach...

by jake22

Visit the ocean beach (Playalinda) which is about 10 miles east of the river. The beach offers surf fishing and surfing and swimming. I can also attest to the lure of the beach where barrier dunes separate the ocean from Mosquito Lagoon which is only about 7 miles north east of Titusville.

The ocean is easily accessible from Titusville by boat down the river, and through the locks at Port Canaveral (about 25 miles), or trailer down to Sebastian Inlet (about 50 miles) or to Fort Pierce (about 80 miles). Fishing and Scuba diving is good out of any of these inlets, but the further south, the shorter run out to the fish. Snapper, grouper and lobster can be taken by hook and line fishermen and spearing on scuba. Trolling will produce catches of sailfish, wahoo, kingfish, barracuda, bonito and tuna on occasion.


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Address: 1829 Riverside Drive, (formerly Howard Johnson Inn), Titusville, Florida, 32780, United States