Top Answers To Cape Canaveral Travel Questions
Port Canaveral's Cruise Terminals will run you $8 to $16 a day depending on the size of your vehicle. If you are leaving for any length of time, that could get expensive, but the terminals are under surveillance and gated. Your other option is to park-n-ride at a nearby hotel. Many hotels offer packages such as free parking and shuttle service to and from the port for booking a room. The following website will give you all the information you need on hotels in the area: http://bit.ly/94qI7J The Country Inn and Suites is reasonably priced and close to the ports. Have a wonderful cruise!
Assuming you're not interested in staying in Orlando (50 miles to the west), where you'll find loads of reasonably priced family lodging, your best best is Cocoa Beach, a notable local surf spot. The Hilton Cocoa Beach Oceanfront is a beachfront, four-star spread with surprisingly affordable rates (there's currently a summer deal for $119 per night). Sign up for surf lessons at the famous Ron Jon Surf School, fish off Cocoa Beach Pier, or explore surprisingly wild Cape Canaveral National Seashore. And then, of course, there are all those famous NASA and space-related activities and attractions.