Melbourne fl dating

17-Dec-2015 16:57

It your very into water sports, you'll also find lots of others who share your passion and find lots to do.

Otherwise, you and your future friends will have to get creative.

The average young adult goes to Walmart or Denny's at 2am or later if they are bored...because those are the only things other than bars that are open.

I am in my late 20s and currently live in a small town (sort like a retirement community).

I would like to know if there's tons of young people in the Melbourne area (dating/ hangout) or it is more like a retirement community (I wouldn't be interested in that). I found some info on nightlife by Googling "Melbourne nightclubs" or something like that.

After you create your account, you'll be able to customize options and access all our 15,000 new posts/day with fewer ads.I currently live in AZ and would like to move to Melbourne FL later in the year.FIT draws a number of young people -- then you've got Patrick Airforce Base. There is a lot of construction going on all throughout town, and virtually no bike paths except for in parks.Not so sure about the place being bicycle friendly. I'd suggest going 2-3 hours south to Palm Beach County or Broward County. Then again I've only visited Melbourne, but it didn't seem like the place where I would want to go and be in your situation. Even in the city parks, it would be hard to bike in most of them (look into Wickham Park, that's by far the nicest park!

) You could bicycle in the housing communities if you really wanted to, but otherwise, bicycling isn't the easiest thing to do in Melbourne/Palm Bay area.Florida is known to have a high Senior Citizen population, and Melbourne is no different.