Cocoa, a town of almost 17,000 people on Florida's central coast was founded by fishermen in 1860. We invite you to click through our website and learn more about Historic Cocoa Village.





Cocoa History

HISTORIC COCOA VILLAGE, FLORIDA : MOSQUITO BEATERS AND MEMORIES
Bordered by the Indian River, State Road 520 and Brevard Avenue, Cocoa-s restored downtown offers a wide variety of businesses, an active calendar of events and a glimpse of what life was like in coastal Florida long before...
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HISTORIC COCOA VILLAGE, FLORIDA : STATE THEATER: PAST AND PRESENT
THE STATE THEATER originally began as the Aladdin Theater. This theater was built in 1924 for approximately $80,000 by W. H. Bower Construction Company, a qualified company with 20 years experience in building quality homes and...
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HISTORIC COCOA VILLAGE, FLORIDA : THE WILD CAT SALOON
Wild cats as big as a German shepherd roamed the woods and could be heard screaming in the night. There were bears and deer out there, too, and birds you wouldn-t....
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