The lobby has creative marine life mobiles constructed from beach trash.
autonomous drone ship where reusable SpaceX boosters land.
The towers in the distance are launch complexes at Cape Canaveral.
6th: Air and Space Port
5th: Navigating Port Canaveral
4th: Meeting Rooms
3rd: Leisure and Recreation
1st: Cafe and Gift Shop
This sign explained the history of one of our favorite restaurants. If you like lobster, you should really try rock shrimp.
ands Space History Museum. It was only open until 2, so we headed across the bridge to find it. Just before the gates to the Air Force Base, the museum is nestled into a small complex behind the SpaceX Launch & Landing Control building.
As an example of the displays, this control panel from launch complex 19 was used for Titan rockets which served as the boosters for Gemini missions.
Daytona Beach was open for vehicular traffic, but we weren't about to risk having our home on wheels stuck in the sand.
Anastasia State Park was our overnight destination.
Retracing our steps we returned to the road and found the correct trail entrance less than thirty yards down the road.
The main attraction at this campground is the beach, so we had to check it out before leaving.
Bike rack update: This aluminum 1Up bicycle rack is now four years old and is still the most stable rack we've seen anywhere. If you are considering a hitch mounted bicycle rack, they are really worth trying.