Cocoa Beach Pier Cocoa Beach Florida, once called Canaveral Pier was the 1st Home of Ron Jon Surf Shop Florida in 1962.
The pier hosted the Easter Surf Festival from 1964 for fifty years and many national and international surf stars have performed there. Cocoa Beach is known as the “Small Wave Capital of the World”.
Today, Cocoa Beach Pier is a bustling ball of energy every sunny Florida day.
Ample parking space directly in front of the Cocoa Beach pier for a fee but this area can fill up quickly during peek season.
The friendly, helpful, and informative attendants are available to answer any questions and direct newcomers to ease their daily planning. Love the locals!
A "must sea" raised wall creation at Trader Ricks Marketplace right next to the Cocoa Beach Pier.
The Cocoa Beach Pier runs 800 feet over the Atlantic Ocean and ends with the Rikki Tiki Tavern. An overlook bar that fills the senses. Surfing, swimming, sunning, singles, family's, and surf fishing only begin to list the activity on Cocoa Beach at the historic pier.
Florida East Coast Surf Fishing Connecting Anglers One Fish at a Time! Stayin Salty and Castin a Wide Net!
CU on the Beach!