Wednesday, July 26, 2023 / by Ana Baldner
Cocoa Village, a hidden gem nestled along Florida's Space Coast, has a captivating history that dates back to its early days. In this article, we embark on a journey through time, uncovering how Cocoa Village has evolved and thrived since its humble beginnings. From being a trading post to becoming a vibrant community, Cocoa Village has undergone remarkable growth and transformation over the years.
The Birth of Cocoa Village
In the late 1800s, Cocoa Village emerged as a small settlement favored for its picturesque location along the Indian River. Early settlers were drawn to its natural beauty and abundant resources, laying the foundation for what would become a prosperous community.
Growth as a Trading Hub
As the village grew, it soon flourished as a crucial trading hub for the region's citrus and fishing industries. The bustling waterfront and strategic location made Cocoa Village a center of commerce, attracting merchants and traders from near and far.
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Thursday, June 30, 2022 / by Ana Baldner
The Space Coast is the perfect place to celebrate the 4th of July. Here we have boating on the rivers, great food and of course the beach! Everything you need to have a great independence weekend. If fireworks aren't your vibe or you're looking for something to do during the day, the Space Coast has so many events going on this upcoming weekend.
Here's a list of activities that will make your 4th of July memorable:
The city of Rockledge is holding their 35th annual Independence day Picnic on July 4th at McLarty Park. This picnic will take place from 10AM to 2PM and has games, music and food for the whole family. Purchase a hamburger or hot dog, chips and a drink for just $1.00!
Food Truck Event
If you’re looking to try great food but can’t decide where to start, consider this a sign. The Brevard County Parks and Recreation Department is hosting a Food Truck event at Wickham Park! This event will take place Friday July 1st from 5 - 9PM and2 ...
Tuesday, October 13, 2020 / by Nichole Barna
Both my husband and I grew up in Merritt Island and graduated from Merritt Island High School. After spending some time in Orlando (and what felt like a moment in Austin), we moved back to Brevard County so he could be closer to his job.
What's great about this area is that it has a little bit of everything. Within the same day, you could be laying at the beach one moment then boating in the river the next. Entertainment ranges from hanging out at any of the laid back bars and breweries on the beach, experiencing the history of space exploration at the Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex, and strolling through our quaint historic areas, like one of my favorite spots, Cocoa Village.
Historic Cocoa Village is this charming melting pot of old historic buildings and new businesses. It seems like something is opening up in Cocoa Village all the time. There's great food, delicious drinks, awesome coffee spots, an adorable bookshop, a place to throw hatches, and so much mor ...