Historic Cocoa Village
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This Charming Village set on the west bank of the Intracoastal Waterway experienced something kin to a rebirth as new waterfront luxury condominiums sprang up during the past decade.

One of the most visited Cocoa attractions is Cocoa Village, a picturesque shopping area adjacent to the river featuring quaint stores and restaurants, cobblestone sidewalks, period street lamps and landscaping. A boardwalk and regional park have also been constructed along the historic waterfront area. Bordered by four miles of the beautiful Indian River to the east, Cocoa sits in the heart of Brevard County with easy access to the beaches, Port Canaveral and Kennedy Space Center. First settled in the 1860s, and supposedly named after a box of Baker's Cocoa delivered to Willard's General Store, the City of Cocoa was incorporated in 1895. 

The population of more than 16,600 can enjoy recreational activities such as boating, parasailing, sail boarding, water-skiing, sailing and horseback riding. Fresh water fishing on the nearby St. Johns River and salt water fishing in the Indian River and Atlantic Ocean are also popular pastimes. Other Cocoa places of interest include Brevard Museum of History and Natural Science, Brevard Community College main campus and Planetarium and Cocoa Expo Stadium.

The City of Cocoa operates a water utility system that covers the entire central part of Brevard County servicing over 68,000 households, and distributing an average of 28 million gallons of water daily.

(Florida Today Newspapers) 




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