Viera is the newest town on Florida’s Space Coast. From what was once grass sod farms and cattle ranch lands, an entire town has emerged with a lifestyle of convenience. The community has become a must-see for visitors to Florida’s Space Coast for its sports venues, shopping, bird watching and the world-class Brevard Zoo.
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Viera is a Sports Hub on Florida's Space Coast
The USSSA Space Coast Complex is home to the United States Specialty Sports Association (USSSA), which brings youth sporting events year-round. Duran Golf Club features an 18-hole championship course and has been voted the best public course to play by area residents. You can even practice in the cooler evening hours on the lighted, 9-hole par-3 practice facility. On the other side of the I-95, Viera East Golf Club is rated 4-stars by Golf Digest Magazine.
The Avenue Viera is a shopper’s delight. Its unique outdoor shopping atmosphere has over 70 stores including Belk, World Market, Kohl’s and many local shops with items you won’t find anywhere else. From quick-service to patio dining and specialty restaurants, The Avenue Viera is home to 22 restaurants. Plus, the 16-screen AMC Avenue movie theater.
Get a Bird’s Eye View of Nature
Located between the Moccasin Island Tract of the River Lakes Conservation Area and the Brevard Zoo, the Viera Wetlands are a popular site for birders, photographers, and eco-tourists. Both the Ritch Grissom Memorial Wetlands at Viera and nearby Supplemental Ponds are accessible by automobile, making the sites popular among those who find the rigors of hiking trails daunting.
The Brevard Zoo is here too and is the only one in the United States to offer guided kayaking tours around the animal exhibits. Feed a giraffe or a lorikeet; get up close to lemurs on Lemur Island or zip across zip lines at TreetopTrek. Kids will love the Paws On Water Play Area with a 20,000-gallon aquarium featuring local native animals like tarpon, hermit crabs and stingrays.