Outside of defending homeowners in foreclosures and helping individuals and families get a fresh start with bankruptcy, the attorneys and staff at Faro & Crowder, PA enjoy spending time outdoors and exploring the beauty of Brevard County.
Ideal Sunset Spot – Manatee Sanctuary Park – Cape Canaveral, FL
In addition to a covered boardwalk that hugs the waterline, this park also has a walking trail, horseshoe pits and public restrooms.
Faro & Crowder Staff Tip: For the perfect shot, walk around the south side of the boardwalk and find the gate on the chain linked fence. From here, you can walk north or south along the edge of the river. If the tide is low, walk south until you reach the fence. There are a couple of mangrove plants along the shoreline that provide a great foreground to your sunset.
701 Thurm Boulevard, Cape Canaveral, FL 32920
Giant Lake and Lots of Family Fun – Fox Lake Park – Titusville, FL
Located in the North area of Brevard. Fox Lake Park has accommodations for everyone. Traveling along the paved road guests can find areas to pull over for picnics, bird watching and volleyball. This park is home to great views and family fun.
4400 Fox Lake Road, Titusville, FL 32796
7am – Dusk
Your Highway is the Waterway – Thousand Islands – Cocoa Beach, FL
A great place to paddleboard (SUP), kayak or canoe – the Thousand Islands in Cocoa Beach is home to many water and pathways that provide hours of entertainment.
Faro & Crowder Staff Tip: Launch your kayak in the late afternoon and head west. After about 10 minutes of paddling the water opens up and you will have great views of the setting sun.
Faro & Crowder Staff Tip: The water can get shallow in parts, which is fine whether you are floating in a kayak or canoe. The shallow water is usually clear and can be great for spotting fish and wildlife under the water. Bring along the little ones and have them look for horseshoe crabs and sting rays.
Park Address: 401 Ramp Road (launch point), Cocoa Beach, FL
Park Hours: 7am – Dusk
Fishing, Surfing and Relaxation – This Place has it all! – Sebastian Inlet State Park – Sebastian Beach, FL
The Inlet is one of Brevard County’s most popular surfing spots. Guests also enjoy boating and fishing along the scenic waterways. The park accommodates both day trippers and campers.
Faro & Crowder Staff Tip: The Park has two entrances. One to the north and one to the south of the bridge that goes over the inlet. The south entrance is more geared towards campers and launching your boat. There is also a jetty that goes out along the beach for good fishing. The north side entrance also has camping but has better facilities for spending a day at the beach. BBQ grills are located by the pavilions. There is also a large restaurant for eating. Venture out onto the pier for great fishing and fantastic views of surfing and the ocean.
Park Address: 9700 S Hwy A1A, Melbourne Beach, FL 32951
Park Hours: 24 hours