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Luggage and bags: Regular luggage
One Beach Bag- Something that will dry quickly.
Clothing/Shoes/Weather Gear: Flip flops for the beach.
Boots or sneakers for the rest.
Close toed shoes are required for special NASA tours
One pair long pants. No matter what the season, you'll need them to keep the mosquitoes off.
Light jacket if coming in the winter or spring.
One sweat shirt.
sun hat or visor
Toiletries and Medical Supplies: Mosquito Repellent
Factor 15 or higher sun block
Aloe gel for the sun burn you get cause you ignored the item above!
Photo Equipment: Bring it all!
Cheap digital camera - its fun and if you drop it in the water you won't feel too much of a loss.
Camping/Beach/Outdoor Gear: Beach Towels
Umbrellas -It rains every afternoon in the summer.
Rain Ponchos if going to Disney or the theme parks.
Kite- the beach has excellent wind
Miscellaneous: Pony tail holders if you have long hair.
If its not windy its hot - either way you'll be more comfortable with your hair up.
Binoculars - a must for launch viewing or wild life site seeing.
Small am/fm radio or even better a scanner - useful for knowing what going on during a launch. 1060 AM covers shuttle launches, but not rocket launches. You will need a scanner for up the minute news on either. If you don't have one someone else there will so don't worry.
Updated Apr 21, 2003
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Written Oct 4, 2002
1 Review and 36 Opinions Rob stayed here for one night in 2001 and it was pretty nice (I would give it 3 stars). I think the...