Part A---General Information
Scottsmoor is on the east coast of Florida, 34 miles south of Daytona, 20
miles south of New Smyrna, and 12 miles north of Titusville. It is near the
Indian River and the Atlantic Ocean. The elevation is 27 feet.
U. S. Highway 1 passes through.Scottsmoor. The Florida East Coast Railway
provides rail service. Bus service is provided by Greyhound Lines. Air serv-
ice is not available.
Brevard County had a population of 19,339 in 1945. Scottsmoor is an unincorpo-
rated town and its population figures were not reported.
(Based on U. S. Weather Bureau observations at
Merritt Island for a 59-year
5. Major Sources of Income
Scottsmoor is in the Indian River fruit
cessing, and commercial fishing are the
section. Citrus groves, citrus pro-
main sources of income.
Part B---Recreation and Entertainment
1. Special Events
2, Athletic Events
3. Tourist Clubs
4. Recreational Clubs
5. Civic Organizations
6. Fraternal Organizations
None. Most fraternal orders have chapters within a 30 minute drive from
7. Organized Entertainment
None. Theaters and other entertainment are available at Titusville, New
Smyrna, and Daytona Beach.
8. Recreational Facilities
Quail, duck, raccoons, opossum and squirrels are found in this section. There
are unposted hunting grounds in the immediate vicinity. Hunting guides and
hunting lodges are not available.
Salt water trout, sea bass, and other salt water fish are caught in Indian
River and the Atlantic Ocean. Fresh water fish are caught in the St. John's
River and many nearby lakes. There are several convenient camps with row-
boats, motors, tackle, and bait. Fishing guides are not necessary.
There is a Community Church in Scottsmoor.
2. Tourist Courts
Scottsmoor Cabins are very modern. There is a restaurant in connection that
serves home cooked food, and Hungarian, Russian, and other special dishes,
Prices are very reasonable.
Gray Cottages have an old established camp ground, cottages and dining room
3. Guest Homes
4. Trailer Parks
Free parking grounds here. Electricity, water, gas, and other conveniences
5. Eating Places
Further information on Scottsmoor can be obtained from:
MR. F. H. MOORE