Canaveral National Seashore is located on a barrier island off the east coast of Florida that features unspoiled beaches and over 100 middens — heaps of shells, broken pottery and discarded arrowheads left by the Timucuan Indians who were the area's first known inhabitants. The park also features remnants of a deserted Florida town settled by land speculators who settled on Mosquito Lagoon after the Civil War.
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Advocacy in Action Commercial Spaceports Could Threaten Canaveral and Cumberland Island The commercial space industry is an exciting and growing field. But the race for space should not put our national seashores at risk.
Blog Post Could Space Exploration Harm National Parks? Two proposed new spaceport sites are alarmingly close to national seashores in Florida and Georgia. If approved, rocket launches from these sites could cause serious harm to protected lands.
Magazine Article Coast to Coast From Mississippi’s Gulf Coast beaches to Florida’s Atlantic shores, these national parks have more to offer than white sands and saltwater.
Blog Post Discover Florida’s Beaches with Two Photographers on Assignment for National Parks magazine Do you ever flip through the glossy pages of National Parks magazine and wonder what it's like to take photos of some of the country's most amazing landscapes and monuments? We did too, so we asked two photographers on assignment for the magazine to tell us about their experience!