KOA Titusville/Kennedy Space Center is located just a quarter-mile off Interstate 95 at exit 223. It’s located on what’s known as “Florida’s Space Coast.” As the name would imply you are near the Kennedy Space Center including Rocket Garden & The US Astronaut Hall Of Fame.
Our stay at this KOA was due to us visiting family. Since we were only staying 2 nights we opted for renting a cabin as opposed to bringing the RV. We reserved a small deluxe cabin and our check-in process was fast and easy.
We had cabin L4 which is located on the left side of the park. It was super easy to find and no escort was needed. When we arrived at the cabin we noticed the blinds were broken and did not cover the glass in the door. After notifying the office someone was sent right away and installed a new blind. This one covered the window. The cabin was clean and perfect for us. The one thing we had to laugh at is the door to the bathroom was so narrow I had to turn sideways to get into the bathroom.
The park layout can best be described as somewhat of a rectangle. As you pull into the park the office is a little off to your right. There is a small parking lot. The office also houses a small camp store which stocks your camping basics. To your left is the park dumpster and propane refill station. This is the only dumpster location for the park.
Heading To The Back
Behind the office is a lodge/clubhouse area and laundry room. Behind that is a playground area and the bathrooms/showers. The last area behind the playground area is RV sites. The weird part about that is some of the back row is classified as private. On the left side in the back section of the park is a fenced-in area with rows of RVs. Those are also classified as private.
On the left side of the park in front of the private area is a row of cabins. The private area of RVs on the left side actually extends almost to the front of the park. The rest of this side is cabins (where we were), a row of RVs, and an overflow area. The dump station is on the inner part of the row of cabins. From what we learned during our stay the private area is for long-term/permanents.
The Right Side
The right side of the park is mostly the back-in RV sites. There is a small section towards the front of this side that has tent sites, a covered pavilion, and a dog park. Coming back to the office you will find the pool. This is basically the entire park. It is not a large park but it looked neat and well taken care of. The sites looked fairly level. Some RVs looked like they need some leveling but nothing crazy. The people were friendly and all waved or said hello as we walked around.
Our Review Summary
Although we did not stay in our RV this time, we found this campground (including the cabins) to be a great spot to use as a base while you visit the area. There are lots to do if you are a space or beach fan. At night even though we were near a truck stop and the interstate our fan (that we even take with us when we stay in cabins/hotels…lol) was more than enough to drown out any noise.
- 30 & 50 Amp Full Hook-Up
- Pull-Through Sites Available
- Cabins Available
- Tent Sites Available
- Camp Store
- Laundry Facilities
- Propane Refills ($)
- Covered Pavillion
- Dump Station
- Good Verizon Signal
- Large “Private” Area
- Wifi Almost Non-Existent
- Narrow Roads
- Limited Parking Near The Office
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