A barrier island in Florida with 25 miles of Atlantic Ocean beach that is the longest expanse of undeveloped land along Florida’s East Coast. The northern part of the beach is known as Apollo Beach, the middle section as Klondike Beach, and the southern part is Playalinda Beach. Gunnison Beach, located in the National Seashore, is one of the few clothing-optional beaches in the national park system. The John F. Kennedy Space Center at Cape Canaveral is located on the southern end of the barrier island. Canaveral is a mecca for plants and wildlife, with 1,000 species of plants and over 300 species of resident or migratory birds.