Anyone who moves to one of the available Satellite Beach apartments will quickly learn that boredom is not an option. Whether looking for nightlife, culture, shopping, great food, or family-friendly outdoor entertainment, this Florida coastal city promises numerous opportunities for fun and recreation. And best of all, there are plenty of free options for those looking for entertainment on a budget.
For Nature Lovers
Nature lovers who decide to rent one of the many Satellite Beach apartments will be in luck, as this area is a haven for those who enjoy outdoor entertainment. Residents can grab a few friends and enjoy the canoe tour and boardwalk jogging trail at the Turkey Creek Nature Sanctuary just south of Melbourne. Animal lovers can take a trip to the Manatee Sanctuary Park in Cape Canaveral to exercise and maybe even catch a glimpse of manatees, dolphins, waterfowl, or ospreys. Check out the Sea Turtle Preservation Society during the summer to plan a Turtle Walk to observe nesting Loggerhead sea turtles.
For relaxation in the sun, residents can either go to Wickham Park for outdoor recreational sports and featured events, go fishing at the Pineapple River Park Front, or cool down in the water at Cocoa Beach, recently mentioned in USA Today as one of the top 10 best Best Beach Towns in Florida.
Free Culture at Satellite Beach
Those residing in one of several Satellite Beach apartments can also experience history, culture, and movies for free. Satellite Cinema offers free movie screenings for kids every week throughout the summer months. Also, at Cinema16, kids can watch movies for free, and adults who donate an item for pets can watch for free as part of the theatre’s Summer KidFest program.
Satellite Beach is also home to the Liberty Bell Memorial Museum, which is free to the public and offers an exhibit of American history and heritage. Those with a passion for history will enjoy seeing several reproductions of historical documents such as the Declaration of Independence and a full-sized replica of the Liberty Bell.