Palm Shores

The Town of Palm Shores


Living in Palm Shores



Home to a population of more than 1,000 (according to Florida Today), Palm Shores is small town with a central location in Brevard County. Dubbed “the little town that cares,” Palm Shores is located in-between the Indian River Lagoon and Wickham Road. The town rests a few miles north of Melbourne and west of Patrick Air Force Base in an area with convenient access to US Highway 1 and Interstate 95, Florida’s two major East Coast arteries.

Palm Shores is an ideal place for residents who want to be in the midst of it all. Homes in Palm Shores are close to Space Coast beaches, hospitals, colleges and shopping centers. At last count, 75 businesses were clustered in the small town (according to the Palm Shores website), making it a convenient place to shop. 

Outdoor enthusiasts also enjoy calling Palm Shores home because the town neighbors the Indian River Lagoon. If you visit the town, stop and take in picturesque views and pure Florida sunshine at Shoreside Park. The park features a pier, waterside pavilion and playground.

The Town of Palm Shores also holds the Florida Wildlife Hospital and Sanctuary, a nonprofit organization that helps sick, injured and orphaned native Florida wildlife and migratory birds before returning them to their native ecosystems. Per their website, the sanctuary is open year-round and cares for more than 5,000 patients annually.

Space Coast Association of REALTORS® Serves Brevard from Palm Shores



Palm Shores is also home to the Space Coast Association of REALTORS®. In January 2018, the Space Coast Association of REALTORS® relocated to a new building on the corner of Pineda Plaza Way and Wickham Road in Palm Shores. The location was a natural fit given its location in the heart of Brevard County, Florida. 

Real Estate in Palm Shores


Interested in learning more about Palm Shores homes for sale? View Palm Shores MLS listings on SpaceCoastMLS.com. Looking for a Brevard County REALTOR®? View our Association Member Directory to find a REALTOR® who can help you with your Brevard County real estate needs.

Fun Fact: According to City Data, the Town of Palm Shores covers only a half square mile, but has six bridges.

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