In the friendly area of Titusville you’ll be in good company with around 48,700 residents with around 66% of those homeowners. With an average age of 47, the residents of Titusville are well established, made up of families of all age groups. Though fairly kicked back throughout the week, during weekends and holidays, you can see a lot more activity and excitement. Over the recent months roughly 406 homes have been sold with an average sold price of $268,240. That is a decrease of $146 from the previous period.
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Things to do in Tutsville
Max Brewer Bridge and Parrish Park
A favorite place to walk and take in the
sites and sounds of the river. Watch the
boats go by and look for dolphins. Enjoy
listing to live music on the river at Pier 220.
Canaveral National Seashore
One of our National Parks. The longest
stretch of undeveloped beachline in
Florida. Watch the rockets take off or just
enjoy the pristine beaches
Valiant Air Command Warbird Museum
With an always expanding collection, this
museum has over 50 historic warbirds.
Located at the Space Coast Regional
Airport in Titusville.
Take in a play with the local theater
View line up and events at the website
Historic Downtown Titusville
Sip a beer at Playalinda Brewery or Grab a
coffee and stroll the riverfront. This historic
downtown is filled with local shops and
Line the Riverfront and Watch a Launch
Great locations to watch the launch
Kirk Point Riverfront Park, Space View Park,
or anywhere you can grab a spot along the
Home to a 470 Acre forest. The Enchanted
Forest offers miles of hiking trails, wildlife
observation, nature photography and an
indoor educational center for children.
Weekly nature activities are available.
Skydiving Space Center
Advertised as the worlds highest tandam
skydiving at 18,000 feet.
Space View Park
The first and only park in America that
honors astronauts and the men and women
that helped America lead the world in
space exploration. Being 15 miles directly
across from the launch pads, it is also a
prime spot to watch a rocket launch. Don't
forget to arrive early on launch days!
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