About This Page: This is a discussion on The Drive!! within the Space Coast and Other Florida: Kennedy Space Center, The Florida Keys, part of the PassPorter Community - Boards & Forums on Walt Disney World, Disneyland, Disney Cruise Line, and General Travel; I know I need to go to AAA and get maps, but I thought I'd throw out the question. We ...
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I know I need to go to AAA and get maps, but I thought I'd throw out the question. We will be driving from WDW to Cape Canaveral area. How!?!!?!?!? Is it one road straight across? Is it a toll? (something so foreign to us west coast folks) I heard it takes about an hour, is that true? We would like to spend part of the day at a park and then head off to our condo, but I want to make sure it's not a complicated long drive...... You know, as I re-read, I drive very busy Los Angeles freeways, but now I'm stressed out about the drive across FL. Weird huh?? (Don't tell my husband that I asked for directions)
Homeschooing Mom with a Dh of 13 years
DD 10, DS 8 DD 5
The cost for the toll road will run you less than $5.00... just bring quarters and you can go through the "no cnage required" toll booth and zip through. I'm from San Diego and these freeways are a piece of cake to what I'm used to! It'll run you an hour from DW to Cape Canaveral.
For good lunch/dinner, head to Fish Lips or Grills at the Port. Cruise ships depart from the Port every day, usually between 4-5:30pm. Go to Jetty Park to watch them leave. It's pretty cool. Have a fun trip!