Nature Lover's Paradi
Satellite Beach is home to numerous parks and natural landscapes; some well known, others well hidden. One of the most remarkable is Samsons Island, a 52-acre park that is only accessible by boat. It is home to 30 species of birds as well as tortoises, butterflies, armadillos, and squirrels. The island has biking and hiking trails and campsites. If you want some recreation action while you are outdoors, try the Satellite Beach Sports and Recreation Park. It has a dog park, walking trail, volleyball courts, soccer fields, and Frisbee fields. Swimming, fishing, and boating are also readily available here.
Hundreds of Restauran
If you thought that you would have to give up some favorite foods to move to Satellite Beach, you will be happy to know that is not the case. Take breakfast and brunch to new heights at Sun on the Beach, known for its crispy-but-not-greasy fried green tomatoes. If only Italian will do, Pappagallo’s Pizza has Stromboli and lasagna packed with all the meat and cheese you could ask for. Barbecue lovers will not go away hungry or disappointed from Duke's Smokehouse BBQ. It is tempting to eat nothing but fried pickles there, but do save room for a barbecue platter.
Dancing, Music, and M
The nightlife at Satellite Beach is an ideal way to end your day. Keep it simple with one of the bars that have outdoor patios, and sip on a cold cocktail while you enjoy the warm winds. There are also plenty of places with pool tables and darts if you want to have a little friendly competition. Local and regional bands take center stage for some live shows here if you feel like jamming. For times when you want to be low-key, ditch the lights and the music and take a corner seat on a quiet night.