Given the news attention that’s been circulating in regards to Florida’s beaches, we’ve received several phone calls over the state of our beaches here on Florida’s Space Coast. In the last month, a serious algae bloom has affected beaches located in South Florida, as well as beaches on the Gulf of Mexico due to run off issues from Lake Okeechobee. We wanted to put anyone that is traveling or potentially planning to travel to Florida’s Space Coast at ease. All of our beaches are open for business, and we have not been affected by this devastating algae bloom and our waters are completely safe for all.

As a part of this report, we want to make sure we keep an up-to-date log of the state of our beaches so that you can rest easy while travelling to the beautiful Space Coast. Here is how we are looking:


  • Canaveral National Seashore- All clear!

Cape Canaveral:

  • Jetty Park- All clear!
  • Cherry Down Park- All clear!

Cocoa Beach:

  • Cocoa Beach Pier- All clear!
  • Lori Wilson- All clear!
  • Coconuts/Downtown Cocoa Beach- All clear!

Patrick Air Force Base:

  • Tables Beach- All clear!
  • 2nd Light- All clear!

Satellite Beach:

  • Seagull Park- All clear!
  • Pelican Beach- All clear!


  • Canova Beach- All clear!
  • Paradise Beach- All clear!
  • James Nance Park/Indialantic Boardwalk- All clear!

Melbourne Beach:

  • Spessard Holland- All clear!
  • Archie Carr National Wildlife Refuge- All clear!


Sebastian Inlet- All clear!