Space Coast Stadium, named for nearby Kennedy Space Center, definitely has a unique theme throughout the ballpark. Not only are the foul poles named in tribute of the lsot crews of "The Challenger" and "Columbia" space shuttles, but there is also a space shuttle monument outside the park. Although, in pictures, I thought it was much bigger than it actually is in person.
Fans can really get an up-close-personal view of the players at Space Coast Stadium. This is mainly due to the fact that both bullpens are accessible. You can basically hear the conversations going on in the bullpen.
Just a note of caution: In my experience, in Spring Training parks the home team takes batting practive either before the gates open or on one of their practice fields. The visiting team is much more available for fans to see, since they warm up and take batting practice on the main field. So, seeing your favorite team "away" might be better than "home". The visiting Florida Marlins can be seen in the above photos to give you an idea of how close you can get to the action.