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Celebrating Father’s Day in Brevard County
Dated: January 31 2019
Brevard County is a great place to celebrate Father’s Day with your dad. Traditionally Dad’s get neckties, golf shirts, and maybe socks on their special day, possibly accompanied by a great meal and some time with the kids. This is the year to change all that, because here in Brevard, there are a number of great options for you and your dad to enjoy. After all, the part your father really enjoys is the time spent with you!
Golfing in Brevard
What dad living in Brevard County wouldn’t enjoy a round of golf? Most fathers would love it, so, challenge your dad to a round with you. The county offers a number of award-winning choices promising outstanding golfing including Duran Golf Club at Viera, Spessard Holland Golf Course of Melbourne Beach, Cocoa Beach Country Club at Cocoa Beach, The Savannahs Golf Course at Merritt Island, and more! Father’s Day is the perfect time to grab your dad and hit the fairway. If your dad isn’t really the fairway type or you’d like to include the whole family in your Father’s Day outing, opt instead for a round or two of mini-golf – always fun!
An Eating Extravaganza
Every dad loves the opportunity to cut loose and enjoy a big, delicious steak, or maybe a BBQ feast, or a Pizza smorgasbord, right? Well, Brevard has no shortage of foodie options for you and your dad to enjoy! In Melbourne, try Firehouse Restaurant or Djon’s Chophouse. Looking for something a bit trendier for you and your dad, head to Crush XI, The Fat Snook, or Trend Kitchen for the latest in foodie heaven trends! If your dad is more of an “all you can eat” kind of guy, you might explore the “Father’s Day Beer and BBQ Bro-ffet” which includes pizza, barbeque, and beer battered fish, or the delightful Sunday Brunch at the Tradewinds in Viera.
Father’s Day at the Zoo
Another excellent whole family celebration for Father’s Day is the Brevard Zoo. This year the zoo is offering FREE general admission for dads who are accompanied by at least one paying child. On top of that, the family can enjoy 50 percent off the zoo’s exciting Treetop Trek courses. As the home to more than 800 animals including 180 species from Florida, Africa, Asia, South America, and Australia, the zoo offers unique animal experiences including lorikeet feedings, giraffe feedings, paddle boat excursions in the wetlands, African Kayak Tours, and train rides – the zoo is promises a fabulous Father’s Day Adventure.
Exclusively Brevard Adventure
Brevard has so much to offer, that it’s easy to plan an exclusively Brevard adventure to share with your dad. Some great options include fishing, surfing, camping, hiking, or kayaking. Any excursion you and your dad can enjoy together is always the right choice. Consider a day of hiking at the Merritt Island National Wildlife Refuge or an afternoon of kayaking at one of the many beautiful local waterways. If your dad enjoys camping, plan a weekend of camping to enjoy together or with the entire family.
Brevard is known for world class fishing and surfing, as well as any number of watersports, so why not plan a day on or around the water with dad. Your Father’s Day of fishing can happen from the shore of the lake, river, or ocean, or you could hop aboard a deep-sea fishing excursion for the day. You’ll both enjoy telling your share of fish stories from your fishing adventure, especially about the one that got away. If fishing isn’t really your thing, how about a day of surfing. If neither of you know how, it’s the perfect way to learn something new together and enjoy each other’s company and that’s what Father’s Day is all about!
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