Port St. John is an unincorporated area of Cocoa Florida, located between the cities of Titusville to the north and Cocoa to the south. Port St. John is bordered on it's east by the Indian River Lagoon and the west by the St. John's River.
Port St. John spans roughly 3.8 square miles, 90% of which is zoned residential. Approximately 12,000 people call Port St. John home, and are serviced by Space Coast Jr. / Sr. High School, Enterprise Elementary, three fire stations, several churches of all faiths, an urgent care clinic, local animal hospital, and horse rescue facility.
Enjoy a relaxing day shopping at one of Port St. John's farmer's markets or flea markets. Open Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays; the Frontnac Flea Market is a great place to catch live entertainment, great food, drinks and unique bargain purchases.
Port St. John is truly a family community, promoting an active lifestyle through it's community center and public swimming pools, public boat ramp offering access to the Indian River Lagoon, and the many parks including Fay Lake Wilderness Park with fishing piers, playground, and nature trail.