List of trails in Brevard County, Florida

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The following is a list of recreational trails in Brevard County, Florida. This list includes hiking, biking, equestrian, nature, and multi-use trails administered by various federal, state, county, and city agencies.

Trails[edit]

Trail Name Location Description Trailhead(s)
Ais Trail Park Palm Bay A 0.7 miles (1.1 km) unpaved nature trail with a boardwalk and an overlook of Turkey Creek.[1] 28°01′56.6″N 80°35′17.8″W / 28.032389°N 80.588278°W / 28.032389; -80.588278 (AIS Trail)
Barrier Island Sanctuary Trail South Beaches A 1.0 mile (1.6 km) unpaved nature trail loop across the street from EEL Nature Center. Parking at Bonsteel Park on Mondays when the center is closed.[2][3] Great Florida Birding Trail Site. Brochure/Trail Map 27°54′09.4″N 80°28′19.0″W / 27.902611°N 80.471944°W / 27.902611; -80.471944 (Barrier Island Sanctuary)
Blue Heron Wetlands Trails Titusville A 2.8 miles (4.5 km) perimeter road around the water treatment plant. Vehicles are allowed on the dike, stop at the first building to sign in.[4] Great Florida Birding Trail Site 28°32′35.6″N 80°51′36.7″W / 28.543222°N 80.860194°W / 28.543222; -80.860194 (Blue Heron Wetlands)
Boundary Canal Trail Palm Bay A 1.5 miles (2.4 km) paved multi-use trail along a drainage canal with views of back yards on the north side and scrub sanctuary on the south side of the trail. The trail passes the Cameron Preserve, Malabar Scrub Sanctuary and connects to the new section of the South Brevard Linear Trail.[5] 28°00′54.4″N 80°35′37.6″W / 28.015111°N 80.593778°W / 28.015111; -80.593778 (Boundary Canal Trail)
Bracco Pond Reservoir Trail Cocoa Located near the Jerry Sellers Water Reclamation Facility are 2.3 miles (3.7 km) of paved multi-use trails within 57.43 acres (23.24 ha) of uplands. Parking is available at the Crestview Dr. and Plaza Pkwy trailheads. 28°22′23.8″N 80°44′24.6″W / 28.373278°N 80.740167°W / 28.373278; -80.740167 (Bracco Pond Reservoir Trail - Crestview Drive) Crestview Drive
28°22′11.0″N 80°44′33.0″W / 28.369722°N 80.742500°W / 28.369722; -80.742500 (Bracco Pond Reservoir Trail - Fiske Blvd Drive) Fiske Blvd
28°22′00.0″N 80°44′17.2″W / 28.366667°N 80.738111°W / 28.366667; -80.738111 (Bracco Pond Reservoir Trail - Plaza Pkwy) Plaza Pkwy
Brevard Museum Nature Trails Cocoa Three different nature trails just north of the BCC Cocoa campus in a 22 acres (8.9 ha) preserve.[6] The Trails are only open when the Museum is open and no is fee required for walking the trails. 28°23′14.8″N 80°45′35.0″W / 28.387444°N 80.759722°W / 28.387444; -80.759722 (Brevard Museum Nature Preserve)
Brevard Zoo Trail Viera The Brevard Zoo Linear Park will be 3.5 miles (5.6 km) long and will run from the Zoo to the north end of Turtle Mound Road. A 1 mile (1.6 km) section of a 10 feet (3.0 m) wide boardwalk has been completed.[7] 28°13′18.6″N 80°42′51.1″W / 28.221833°N 80.714194°W / 28.221833; -80.714194 (Brevard Zoo Trail - North TH)
Buck Lake Conservation Area Mims This property has 12 miles (19 km) of hiking trails.[8][9] Trail Map WMA brochure Great Florida Birding Trail Site. Caution: Hunting is permitted. Note: The Western Trailheads are in Volusia County. 28°40′10.0″N 80°53′25.4″W / 28.669444°N 80.890389°W / 28.669444; -80.890389 (Buck Lake Conservation Area - East Trailhead) East

28°40′19.5″N 80°58′17.8″W / 28.672083°N 80.971611°W / 28.672083; -80.971611 (Buck Lake Conservation Area - West Trailhead) West
28°42′43.8″N 81°01′11.6″W / 28.712167°N 81.019889°W / 28.712167; -81.019889 (Buck Lake Conservation Area - Morgan Alderman Road) Morgan Alderman Road

Cameron Reserve Trails Malabar This 100 acres (40 ha) preserve has several unmarked unpaved hiking and biking trails. The Yellow Connector Trail between the Malabar Sanctuaries run along the north edge of the property. 28°00′32.2″N 80°35′21.7″W / 28.008944°N 80.589361°W / 28.008944; -80.589361 (Richard E. Cameron Wilderness Preserve)
Canaveral Marshes Trails Titusville Several trails/roads in the 6,741 acres (2,728 ha) Canaveral Marshes Conservation Area.[10][11] The Florida Trail Association[12] maintains about 5 miles (8.0 km) of the trails on this property. Blue, red, and white blaze trails. Trail Map 28°32′39.6″N 80°53′47.5″W / 28.544333°N 80.896528°W / 28.544333; -80.896528 (Canaveral Marshes Trail)
Chain of Lakes Regional Park Titusville 3 miles (4.8 km) of paved walking trails with a bird watching tower near BCC Titusville campus.[13] Great Florida Birding Trail Site. 28°38′40.7″N 80°49′23.1″W / 28.644639°N 80.823083°W / 28.644639; -80.823083 (Chain of Lakes Regional Park)
City of Titusville Multi-use Trail (a.k.a. Wuesthoff Trail) Titusville A 10 feet (3.0 m) wide urban trail that runs 1.8 miles (2.9 km) from the southwest corner of Wuesthoff Park to Imperial Estates Elementary School 28°33′12.8″N 80°49′34.6″W / 28.553556°N 80.826278°W / 28.553556; -80.826278 (Titusville Multi-use Trail - Worth Ave) Worth Ave

28°32′35.0″N 80°48′48.2″W / 28.543056°N 80.813389°W / 28.543056; -80.813389 (Titusville Multi-use Trail - Kathy Dr.) Kathy Dr.

Coconut Point Sanctuary Trail South Beaches A 0.75 miles (1.21 km) unpaved, well marked nature trail with an overlook of Indian River Lagoon. The two trailheads are on A1A. The northern trailhead is across the street from the Juan Ponce de León Beach Park where parking is available.[14] Great Florida Birding Trail Site. 28°00′42.4″N 80°31′52.2″W / 28.011778°N 80.531167°W / 28.011778; -80.531167 (Coconut Point Sanctuary Trail)
Cruickshank Sanctuary Rockledge A one-mile nature trail, not to be confused with the Cruickshank trail in the Merritt Island National Wildlife Refuge.[15] Brochure/Trail Map 28°17′37.7″N 80°42′26.3″W / 28.293806°N 80.707306°W / 28.293806; -80.707306 (Cruickshank Sanctuary)
Dicerandra Scrub Sanctuary Titusville Nature trails on 44 acres (18 ha) of EEL Sanctuary property.[16]Trail Map 28°33′6.4″N 80°48′39.1″W / 28.551778°N 80.810861°W / 28.551778; -80.810861 (Dicerandra Scrub Sanctuary)
East Central Florida Regional Rail Trail (ECFRRT) (Under Development) Titusville 11 miles (18 km) of this 51 miles (82 km) proposed rail-trail are in Brevard County. This trail will run along the inactive Florida East Coast (FEC) rail line from Titusville to Enterprise and Maytown to Edgewater in Volusia County. The first (1.5 miles (2.4 km)) section in Brevard has been completed.[7] 28°37′5.3″N 80°49′8.1″W / 28.618139°N 80.818917°W / 28.618139; -80.818917 (ECFRRT - South TH) South

28°38′14.2″N 80°49′49.4″W / 28.637278°N 80.830389°W / 28.637278; -80.830389 (ECFRRT - North TH) North

Enchanted Forest Trails Titusville Several hiking trails (4.1 miles (6.6 km)) with boardwalks over wetlands in the Enchanted Forest Sanctuary.[3][17] Brochure Trail Map Great Florida Birding Trail Site. 28°32′0.1″N 80°48′9.0″W / 28.533361°N 80.802500°W / 28.533361; -80.802500 (Enchanted Forest Sanctuary)
Erna Nixon Park Trail Melbourne A 0.5 miles (0.80 km) boardwalk nature trail.[3][18] Great Florida Birding Trail Site. 28°05′27.3″N 80°39′21.4″W / 28.090917°N 80.655944°W / 28.090917; -80.655944 (Erna Nixon Park)
Fay Lake Wilderness Area Trail Port St. John There is a 1.5 miles (2.4 km) trail around the property line.[19] 28°27′42.4″N 80°50′4.0″W / 28.461778°N 80.834444°W / 28.461778; -80.834444 (Fay Lake Wilderness Area Trail)
F. Burton Smith Regional Park Cocoa Two nature trails: Botanical (.25 miles (0.40 km)) and Woodland (1 mile (1.6 km))[20] Brochure 28°21′55.2″N 80°51′27.6″W / 28.365333°N 80.857667°W / 28.365333; -80.857667 (F. Burton Smith Regional Park)
F.I.T. Botanical Garden Trail (a.k.a. The Dent Smith Trail) Melbourne Paved nature trail in the Florida Tech Campus.[21] 28°04′1.0″N 80°37′24.5″W / 28.066944°N 80.623472°W / 28.066944; -80.623472 (F.I.T. Botanical Garden)
Fox Lake Sanctuary Trail Titusville There are over 7 miles (11 km) of trails are available for hiking, the trailhead is located in Fox Lake Park.[22] Trail Map 28°35′18.7″N 80°52′29.6″W / 28.588528°N 80.874889°W / 28.588528; -80.874889 (Fox Lake Sanctuary Trail)
Grant Flatwoods Sanctuary Trails Grant Currently only one marked trail exists, the 1.83 mile Red Loop trail. Two additional trails are planned: A 2.5 mile extension trail (which can be accessed from the red loop trail) and will connect via a proposed bridge across Sottile Canal to a 4-mile loop trail.[23][24] The trailhead is located at the end of Crepe Myrtle Road. 27°54′06.0″N 80°32′59.5″W / 27.901667°N 80.549861°W / 27.901667; -80.549861 (Grant Flatwoods Sanctuary)
Indian Mound Station Sanctuary Trail Mims This sanctuary has 1.2 miles of trails under development. Access is from Holder Park. 28°39′19.5″N 80°51′32.7″W / 28.655417°N 80.859083°W / 28.655417; -80.859083 (Indian Mound Station Sanctuary Trail)
Island Pioneer Trail Merritt Island A 1.1 miles (1.8 km) paved multi-use trail located between the Kings Park parking area and Hall Road through wooded areas surrounded by canals and ponds. A short boardwalk crosses a wet area.[25] Note: This trail may be labeled as the George Hamilton Trail on some maps. 28°26′50.9″N 80°41′37.9″W / 28.447472°N 80.693861°W / 28.447472; -80.693861 (Island Pioneer Trail - Kings Park) Kings Park

28°26′04.4″N 80°41′39.8″W / 28.434556°N 80.694389°W / 28.434556; -80.694389 (Island Pioneer Trail - Hall Rd) Hall Rd.

Jordan Scrub Sanctuary Trails Malabar There are three designated nature trails in this sanctuary: [26] Trail Map
  • A 3.4 miles (5.5 km) White Loop Trail.
  • A 0.5 miles (0.80 km) Yellow Connector Trail to the Jordon Blvd. Trailhead.
  • A 0.75 miles (1.21 km) Blue Trail to the SW corner of the sanctuary.
27°59′12.3″N 80°34′22.9″W / 27.986750°N 80.573028°W / 27.986750; -80.573028 (Jordan Scrub Sanctuary - Marie St.) Marie St.
27°59′01.0″N 80°33′30.5″W / 27.983611°N 80.558472°W / 27.983611; -80.558472 (Jordan Scrub Sanctuary - Jordon Blvd.) Jordon Blvd.
Kabboord Sanctuary Trail Merritt Island Approximately 5 miles (8.0 km) of overgrown road. 28°26′03.3″N 80°41′46.9″W / 28.434250°N 80.696361°W / 28.434250; -80.696361 (Kabboord Sanctuary Trail)
Lori Wilson Park Cocoa Beach A 0.6 miles (0.97 km) nature boardwalk thru a hammock on a 32.43 acres (13.12 ha) regional beach park.[27] Great Florida Birding Trail Site. 28°20′09.7″N 80°36′28.8″W / 28.336028°N 80.608000°W / 28.336028; -80.608000 (Lori Wilson Park)
Malabar Scrub Sanctuary Trails Malabar There are several trails in the sanctuary:[28]
  • Red Loop 2.75 miles (4.43 km) unpaved hiking trail.
  • White 1.0 mile (1.6 km) unpaved hiking trail.
  • Blue .75 miles (1.21 km) paved exercise trail.
  • Al Tuttle .9 miles (1.4 km) paved multi-use trail runs along the eastern edge of the sanctuary.

Great Florida Birding Trail Site. Trail Map:

28°00′07.1″N 80°34′55.2″W / 28.001972°N 80.582000°W / 28.001972; -80.582000 (Malabar Scrub Sanctuary - Malabar Park) Malabar Park
28°00′16.3″N 80°35′7.0″W / 28.004528°N 80.585278°W / 28.004528; -80.585278 (Malabar Scrub Sanctuary - Oak Harbour Lane) Oak Harbour Lane
28°00′16.3″N 80°35′7.0″W / 28.004528°N 80.585278°W / 28.004528; -80.585278 (Malabar Scrub Sanctuary - Trailhead Park) Trailhead Park
Malabar Scrub Sanctuary (West) Trails (a.k.a. Brook Hollow Trails) Malabar There are several unpaved hiking trails:
  • The Red Trail Loop is 1.5 miles (2.4 km) long and provides access to the east end of the Blue Trail and south end of the Turkey Creek MBT.
  • The Blue Trail Loop is 2 miles (3.2 km) long.
  • A .9 miles (1.4 km) Yellow Connector Trail through the Cameron Reserve to Malabar Scrub
    Trail Map
28°00′38.3″N 80°35′47.8″W / 28.010639°N 80.596611°W / 28.010639; -80.596611 (Malabar Scrub West - Red Trail) Red Trail
28°00′09.1″N 80°36′05.9″W / 28.002528°N 80.601639°W / 28.002528; -80.601639 (Malabar Scrub West - Blue Trail, Englar Ave.) Blue Trail, Englar Ave.
28°00′22.5″N 80°35′52.4″W / 28.006250°N 80.597889°W / 28.006250; -80.597889 (Malabar Scrub West - Blue Trail, Pemberton Trail) Blue Trail, Pemberton Trail
Maritime Hammock Sanctuary Trail South Beaches A 2.5 miles (4.0 km) unpaved, well-marked, nature trail with an observation deck over a pond. There are two trailheads on A1A and another at the end of Pelican Drive. Parking is available on the A1A northern trailhead and at the beach access across from Mark's Landing entrance.[29] Great Florida Birding Trail Site. Trail Map 27°57′22.7″N 80°30′10.1″W / 27.956306°N 80.502806°W / 27.956306; -80.502806 (Maritime Hammock Sanctuary Trail)
Merritt Island Wildlife Refuge Trails Titusville The hiking trails in the Refuge are:
  • Cruickshank Trail (5 miles (8.0 km)) has an observation tower.
  • Oak (.5 miles (0.80 km)) & Palm (2 miles (3.2 km)) Hammock Trails.
  • Nature Boardwalk at Visitors Center (.25 miles (0.40 km)).
  • Scrub Ridge Trail (1 mile (1.6 km)).
  • Black Point Wildlife Drive is a 7 miles (11 km) dike road loop, entrance fee scheduled to begin 9/1/2011.
  • Shiloh Marsh Trail is a 11 miles (18 km) dirt road along the Indian River Lagoon.
  • Pine Flatwoods Hiking Trail is a 1 mile (1.6 km) hiking loop.
    Note: An entrance fee is required.[3][30][31] Great Florida Birding Trail Site.
28°40′42.4″N 80°46′18.6″W / 28.678444°N 80.771833°W / 28.678444; -80.771833 (MINWR: Cruickshank Trail) Cruickshank Trail
28°38′38.7″N 80°42′59.6″W / 28.644083°N 80.716556°W / 28.644083; -80.716556 (MINWR: Oak & Palm Hammock Trails) Oak & Palm Hammock Trails
28°38′29.6″N 80°44′8.8″W / 28.641556°N 80.735778°W / 28.641556; -80.735778 (MINWR: Nature Boardwalk at Visitors Center) Visitors Center
28°41′42.2″N 80°42′57.7″W / 28.695056°N 80.716028°W / 28.695056; -80.716028 (MINWR: Scrub Ridge Trail) Scrub Trail
28°39′27.0″N 80°45′16.2″W / 28.657500°N 80.754500°W / 28.657500; -80.754500 (MINWR: Black Point Wildlife Drive) Black Point Wildlife Drive
28°45′07.0″N 80°46′15.5″W / 28.751944°N 80.770972°W / 28.751944; -80.770972 (MINWR: Shiloh Marsh Trail South End) Shiloh Marsh Trail
28°46′11.1″N 80°47′11.9″W / 28.769750°N 80.786639°W / 28.769750; -80.786639 (MINWR: Pine Flatwoods) Pine Flatwoods Trail
Micco Scrub Sanctuary Trails Micco There are two unpaved trails in the sanctuary:[32]
  • Red Loop Trail is 5.0 miles (8.0 km) long.
  • White Loop Trail is 1.5 miles (2.4 km) long.
    Great Florida Birding Trail Site. Trail Map
27°52′27.5″N 80°36′51.0″W / 27.874306°N 80.614167°W / 27.874306; -80.614167 (Micco Scrub Sanctuary South) Micco Rd.
27°53′17.9″N 80°37′20.3″W / 27.888306°N 80.622306°W / 27.888306; -80.622306 (Micco Scrub Sanctuary West) Babcock St.
Moccasin Island Tract Trails Viera There are three hiking trails in this Conservation Area:[33]
  • White blaze trail: 2.5 miles (4.0 km) one way to observation tower overlooking Lake Winder.
  • Yellow blaze trail: 3.1 miles (5.0 km) one way to Oak Hammock Loop (Red Trail).
  • Red blaze trail loop: 2 miles (3.2 km)
    Caution: Hunting is permitted and livestock may be present. Trail Map
28°13′47.8″N 80°48′40.7″W / 28.229944°N 80.811306°W / 28.229944; -80.811306 (Moccasin Island Tract)
North Brevard Walking Trail Titusville A 0.5 miles (0.80 km) path in a small patch of land off Dairy Road.[34] 28°38′18.0″N 80°51′25.2″W / 28.638333°N 80.857000°W / 28.638333; -80.857000 (North Brevard Walking Trail)
Palm Bay Cross City Trail (In progress) Palm Bay A proposed multi-use trail system along FP&L easement that traverses the city. The Phase 1 portion of .75 miles (1.21 km) paved multi-use trail within the FP&L easement from Malabar Road to Jupiter Elementary is now complete.[35] 27°59′56.0″N 80°42′9.1″W / 27.998889°N 80.702528°W / 27.998889; -80.702528 (PB Cross City Trail)
Palm Bay Regional Park Trails Palm Bay A paved multi-use sidewalk, also access to trails along canals.[36] 27°59′57.4″N 80°43′46.2″W / 27.999278°N 80.729500°W / 27.999278; -80.729500 (Palm Bay Regional Park)
Pine Island Trails Merritt Island Two hiking trails (1.3 miles (2.1 km) and 1.5 miles (2.4 km)) located in the Pine Island Conservation Area. Also a (2 miles (3.2 km) trail starting at Sams House.[37][38] Brochure/Trail Map Great Florida Birding Trail Site. 28°29′33.4″N 80°43′18.6″W / 28.492611°N 80.721833°W / 28.492611; -80.721833 (Pine Island Conservation Area) Pine Island
28°28′23.6″N 80°43′6.5″W / 28.473222°N 80.718472°W / 28.473222; -80.718472 (Sams House Trail) Sams House
Ritch Grissom Memorial Wetlands (Viera Wetlands) Viera 3.5 miles (5.6 km) of dirt roads are around the wetlands and a central lake. Hiking & biking, cars are also permitted on the trail.[39] Great Florida Birding Trail Site. Trail Map 28°13′43.1″N 80°45′37.5″W / 28.228639°N 80.760417°W / 28.228639; -80.760417 (Ritch Grissom Memorial Wetlands Trails)
Riverwalk Nature Center Rockledge This small park has a 915 ft. nature boardwalk.[40] 28°16′5.4″N 80°41′24.2″W / 28.268167°N 80.690056°W / 28.268167; -80.690056 (Riverwalk Nature Center)
Rotary Park Merritt Island This 38 acres (15 ha) park includes a 0.3 miles (0.48 km) loop trail.[41] Great Florida Birding Trail Site. 28°19′32.4″N 80°41′8.1″W / 28.325667°N 80.685583°W / 28.325667; -80.685583 (Rotary Park)
Salt Lake Trail Mims There are several miles of roads in the Salt Lake Wildlife Management Area for hiking and horseback riding.[42] Caution: Hunting is permitted. Great Florida Birding Trail Site. Trail Map 28°38′23.8″N 80°53′24.5″W / 28.639944°N 80.890139°W / 28.639944; -80.890139 (Salt Lake WMA - Salt Lake Rd.) Salt Lake Rd.28°38′18.1″N 80°52′28.9″W / 28.638361°N 80.874694°W / 28.638361; -80.874694 (Salt Lake WMA - Dairy Rd.) Dairy Rd.
Samsons Island Trails Satellite Beach A 52 acres (21 ha) island in the Banana River, accessible only by boat, unpaved paths on island.[43] 28°10′46.9″N 80°36′42.0″W / 28.179694°N 80.611667°W / 28.179694; -80.611667 (Samsons Island)
Satellite Beach Sports and Recreational Park Trail Satellite Beach A paved .7 miles (1.1 km) walking path around park, some unpaved paths through scrub on north end of the park. 28°09′36.4″N 80°35′46.6″W / 28.160111°N 80.596278°W / 28.160111; -80.596278 (Satellite Beach Sports and Recreational Park)
Scottsmoor Sanctuary Trails Scottsmoor Several miles of unmarked roads in the sanctuary. Trails are currently under development, but open to the public. Parking is available at Parrish Park.[44][45] Trail Map 28°45′51.6″N 80°52′53.1″W / 28.764333°N 80.881417°W / 28.764333; -80.881417 (Scottsmoor Sanctuary - Parrish Park) Parrish Park
28°44′40.3″N 80°53′30.5″W / 28.744528°N 80.891806°W / 28.744528; -80.891806 (Scottsmoor Sanctuary West - Rose Marie) Rose Marie St.
28°44′45.6″N 80°52′58.7″W / 28.746000°N 80.882972°W / 28.746000; -80.882972 (Scottsmoor Sanctuary - International Ave.) International Ave.
28°45′4.68″N 80°52′23.0″W / 28.7513000°N 80.873056°W / 28.7513000; -80.873056 (Scottsmoor Sanctuary - US 1) US 1
Scout Island Trail at Long Point Park South Beaches Some unpaved paths on this island. There is an entrance fee for Long Point Park.[46] 27°52′23.5″N 80°28′18.8″W / 27.873194°N 80.471889°W / 27.873194; -80.471889 (Scout Island Trail)
Sebastian Inlet State Park Trails South Beaches This park has several trails.[47] Great Florida Birding Trail Site.
  • Hammock Trail: A 1.0 mile (1.6 km) long Nature Trail.
  • Volkssport Trail: A 10 kilometres (6.2 mi) route that starts at the Inlet Marina Road.
  • There are three mountain bike trails (1) Old AlA Loop Trail - 1.2 miles (1.9 km)(2) Campbell's Cove Loop Trail -3.1 miles (5.0 km) (3) Long Point Loop Trail- 2.8 miles (4.5 km)
27°52′31.5″N 80°27′25″W / 27.875417°N 80.45694°W / 27.875417; -80.45694 (Hammock Trail at Sebastian Inlet State Park) Hammock Trail
Seminole Ranch Conservation Area Trails Mims Trails off Hatbill Road near Loughman Lake Lodge, observation tower/bridge to nowhere.[48] Great Florida Birding Trail Site. Caution: Hunting is permitted. Trail Map 28°37′8.7″N 80°57′55.5″W / 28.619083°N 80.965417°W / 28.619083; -80.965417 (Seminole Ranch Conservation Area)
South Beach Mountain Bike Trail South Beaches A 1.1 miles (1.8 km) Bike/Hiking trail connecting Long Point Park and Sebastian Inlet Marina. Entrance fee of one dollar may apply. 27°52′31.2″N 80°28′4.6″W / 27.875333°N 80.467944°W / 27.875333; -80.467944 (South Beach MBT: Long Point Rd Trailhead) Northern
27°52′28.5″N 80°27′35.0″W / 27.874583°N 80.459722°W / 27.874583; -80.459722 (South Beach MBT: Marina Trailhead) Southern
South Brevard Linear Trail (a.k.a. Al Tuttle Trail) (Proposed) South Brevard A planned 22 miles (35 km) contiguous multi-use path that will link Palm Bay's Boundary Canal Trail with Malabar, Valkaria, Grant and Micco. A .75 miles (1.21 km) segment from the east end of the Boundary Canal Trail to Malabar Road has been completed.[7][49]
South Lake Conservation Area Trail Mims 2 miles (3.2 km) of hiking trails in this 155 acres (63 ha) of EEL managed property.[50][51] 28°38′26.1″N 80°52′34.4″W / 28.640583°N 80.876222°W / 28.640583; -80.876222 (South Lake Conservation Area)
South Patrick Community Park Satellite Beach 2,500 feet (760 m) of paved multi-use paths.[52] 28°12′11.2″N 80°36′13.24″W / 28.203111°N 80.6036778°W / 28.203111; -80.6036778 (South Patrick Community Park)
St. Sebastian River Preserve State Park South Brevard There are two main trails in the Brevard County portion of the preserve.:[53]
  • The Yellow Trail is a 9.7 miles (15.6 km) hiking/equestrian trail in the northeast parcel of the preserve.
  • The Green Trail is a 9.0 miles (14.5 km) hiking/equestrian trail in the northwest parcel of the preserve.
    Great Florida Birding Trail Site Brochure/Trail Map
27°49′57.1″N 80°33′29.2″W / 27.832528°N 80.558111°W / 27.832528; -80.558111 (St. Sebastian River Preserve Yellow Trailhead) Yellow Trail
27°49′28.8″N 80°36′24.2″W / 27.824667°N 80.606722°W / 27.824667; -80.606722 (St. Sebastian River Preserve Green Trailhead) Green Trail
State Road A1A Trail (a.k.a. A1A Pedway) South Beaches A forty mile long multi-use paved path which is a component of the East Coast Greenway along A1A from Indialantic past Sebastian Inlet to Vero Beach. Note: There is no path across the bridge at Sebastian Inlet.
Three Forks Marsh Trail Palm Bay A 16.9 miles (27.2 km) trail/road through the marsh.[54] The south 2.4 miles (3.9 km) section of the trail from T. M. Goodwin WMA (C-54 Canal) provides access to an observation Tower Trail Map Caution: Hunting is permitted. Great Florida Birding Trail Site. 27°58′59.9″N 80°45′14.9″W / 27.983306°N 80.754139°W / 27.983306; -80.754139 (Three Forks Marsh Trail - North Trailhead) North
27°49′37.9″N 80°42′31.4″W / 27.827194°N 80.708722°W / 27.827194; -80.708722 (Three Forks Marsh Trail - South Trailhead) South
Turkey Creek Sanctuary Trails Palm Bay A 1.25 miles (2.01 km) Boardwalk, 1.5 miles (2.4 km) jogging trail, and a 1.1 miles (1.8 km) exercise trail.[55] Great Florida Birding Trail Site. 28°01′0.5″N 80°36′15.5″W / 28.016806°N 80.604306°W / 28.016806; -80.604306 (Turkey Creek Wildlife Sanctuary)
Turkey Creek MBT (a.k.a. Ho Chi Mihn Trail) Palm Bay The 0.7 miles (1.1 km) unpaved Mountain Bike Trail (MBT) loop runs along Turkey Creek. Note: One way for mountain bikers. 28°00′54.3″N 80°35′44.1″W / 28.015083°N 80.595583°W / 28.015083; -80.595583 (Turkey Creek MBT)
Turnbull Hammock Trail Scottsmoor Approximately 2 miles (3.2 km) of dike road. Parking at Scottsmoor Landing. Great Florida Birding Trail Site. 28°46′14.3″N 80°50′45.3″W / 28.770639°N 80.845917°W / 28.770639; -80.845917 (Scottsmoor Landing)
Ulumay Wildlife Sanctuary Merritt Island A 436.5 acres (176.6 ha) bird reservation and sanctuary. The southbound trail section dead-ends in 0.6 miles (0.97 km) and the Northbound trail section passes an observation tower and ends in 3.2 miles (5.1 km) at SR 528.[56] 28°22′14.4″N 80°40′59.0″W / 28.370667°N 80.683056°W / 28.370667; -80.683056 (Ulumay Wildlife Sanctuary)
Viera Park Pedways Viera Paved multi-use trails around this park.[57] 28°14′54.8″N 80°43′42.9″W / 28.248556°N 80.728583°W / 28.248556; -80.728583 (Viera Regional Park)
Wickham Park Trails Melbourne Four miles of dirt trails.[58] Great Florida Birding Trail Site. 28°09′27.3″N 80°39′33.9″W / 28.157583°N 80.659417°W / 28.157583; -80.659417 (Wickham Park East Trails)
Wuesthoff Park Titusville A short boardwalk leads across the wetland from the rustic Homer Powell Nature Center to the half-mile trail.[59] Trail Map 28°33′21.3″N 80°49′31.7″W / 28.555917°N 80.825472°W / 28.555917; -80.825472 (Wuesthoff Park)

References[edit]

  1. ^ Ais Trail Park Palm Bay Parks & Recreation
  2. ^ Barrier Island Sanctuary Brevard County Environmentally Endangered Lands Program, Florida
  3. ^ a b c d Environmental issues in Brevard County
  4. ^ Blue Heron Wetlands Central Florida Bird Watchers
  5. ^ Canal Trail Palm Bay Parks & Recreation
  6. ^ Brevard Museum
  7. ^ a b c Space Coast TPO Mobility Plan
  8. ^ Buck Lake Conservation Area Brevard County Environmentally Endangered Lands Program, Florida
  9. ^ Buck Lake Conservation Area St. John's River Water Management District
  10. ^ Canaveral Marshes Conservation Area St. John's River Water Management District
  11. ^ Canaveral Marshes OutInTheBoonies.com
  12. ^ Canaveral Marshes Florida Trail Association
  13. ^ Chain of Lakes Regional Park Brevard County Parks & Recreation, Florida
  14. ^ Coconut Point Sanctuary Trail Brevard County Environmentally Endangered Lands Program, Florida
  15. ^ Cruickshank Sanctuary Brevard County Environmentally Endangered Lands Program, Florida
  16. ^ Dicerandra Scrub Sanctuary Brevard County Environmentally Endangered Lands
  17. ^ Enchanted Forest Sanctuary Brevard County Environmentally Endangered Lands Program, Florida
  18. ^ Erna Nixon Park Brevard County Parks & Recreation, Florida
  19. ^ Fay Lake Wilderness Area Brevard County Parks & Recreation, Florida
  20. ^ F. Burton Smith Regional Park Brevard County Parks & Recreation, Florida
  21. ^ The Botanical Gardens at Florida Tech Florida Institute of Technology Website
  22. ^ Fox Lake Sanctuary Brevard County Parks & Recreation, Florida
  23. ^ Grant Flatwoods Sanctuary Archived 2011-07-23 at the Wayback Machine. Management Plan
  24. ^ Grant Flatwoods Sanctuary Brevard County Parks & Recreation, Florida
  25. ^ Kings Park inBrevard.com
  26. ^ Jordan Scrub Sanctuary Trails Brevard County Environmentally Endangered Lands Program, Florida
  27. ^ Lori Wilson Park Brevard County Parks & Recreation, Florida
  28. ^ Malabar Scrub Sanctuary Brevard County Environmentally Endangered Lands Program, Florida
  29. ^ Maritime Hammock Sanctuary Brevard County Environmentally Endangered Lands Program, Florida
  30. ^ Merritt Island National Wildlife Refuge Official Website National Wildlife Refuge System, U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service
  31. ^ Merritt Island National Wildlife Refuge Titusville Florida Area Community Guide(NBBD.com)
  32. ^ Micco Scrub Sanctuary Brevard County Environmentally Endangered Lands Program, Florida
  33. ^ River Lakes Conservation Area St. Johns River Water Management District
  34. ^ North Brevard Walking Trail Brevard County Parks & Recreation, Florida
  35. ^ Community Investment Program City Of Palm Bay
  36. ^ Palm Bay Regional Park inBrevard.com
  37. ^ Pine Island Conservation Area Brevard County Environmentally Endangered Lands Program, Florida
  38. ^ Sams House Brevard County Environmentally Endangered Lands Program, Florida
  39. ^ Ritch Grissom Memorial Wetlands Brevard County Natural Resources Management Office
  40. ^ Riverwalk Nature Center Brevard County Parks & Recreation, Florida
  41. ^ Rotary Park Brevard County Parks & Recreation, Florida
  42. ^ Salt Lake WMA Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission.
  43. ^ Samsons Island Archived 2012-09-20 at the Wayback Machine. Satellite Beach Recreation Department Website
  44. ^ Scottsmoor Sanctuary East Brevard County Parks and Recreation
  45. ^ Scottsmoor Sanctuary West Brevard County Parks and Recreation
  46. ^ Long Point Park Brevard County Parks and Recreation
  47. ^ Sebastian Inlet State Park Florida State Parks Website
  48. ^ Seminole Ranch Conservation Area Trails St. Johns River Water Management District.
  49. ^ South Brevard Linear Trail Status Town of Malabar
  50. ^ South Lake Conservation Area My Florida and other Outdoor Stuff by Tom Choma
  51. ^ South Lake Conservation Area Brevard County Parks & Recreation, Florida
  52. ^ South Patrick Community Park Brevard County Parks and Recreation
  53. ^ St. Sebastian River Preserve State Park Florida State Parks
  54. ^ Three Forks Marsh St. John's River Water Management District.
  55. ^ Turkey Creek Wildlife Sanctuary Brevard County Environmentally Endangered Lands Program, Florida
  56. ^ Ulumay Wildlife Sanctuary Brevard County Parks & Recreation, Florida
  57. ^ Viera Regional Park www.viera.com
  58. ^ Wickham Park Brevard County Parks and Recreation
  59. ^ Wuesthoff Park Brevard County Parks & Recreation, Florida

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