Brevard County Hotels Jam-Packed For July Fourth Holiday Weekend as Beaches Remain Open

The Sea Aire Motel is Located on N. Atlantic Avenue in Cocoa Beach

Sea Aire Motel owners Gary Jenkins and Nita Breadwell are thrilled again to be sold out over the Independence Day weekend. “It’s been so good, so busy,” said Breadwell. (Booking.com image)

BREVARD COUNTY, COCOA BEACH • FLORIDA (ClickOrlando.com) – In May, management of the Sea Aire Motel was excited to be welcoming back its first guests since the pandemic.

Now, Gary Jenkins and Nita Breadwell are thrilled again to be sold out over the Independence Day weekend. “It’s been so good, so busy,” Breadwell, the owner, said.

Chet Ross and his family from Leesburg are celebrating Independence Day in Cocoa Beach for their twenty-fifth year.

They’re traveling in a group of 20.

This week, Cocoa Beach decided to limit group sizes on the beach to ten or fewer for the next two months.

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