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This section includes destinations for Mountain Bike Trails in Central Brevard County
River Lakes Conservation Area
River lakes Conservation Area is part of the Upper St. John's River Marsh Wildlife Management Area, and encompasses 36,156 acres of the St johns River Watershed from State Road 520 west of Cocoa to State Road 192 west of Melbourne, and includes lakes Poinsett, Winder and Washington. The one biking access to the property is the Mocassin Island Trail. The trailhead is located at the very end of Wickham Road in Melbourne. From the trailhead you have a choice of riding to the North or to the South. The north section is about 2.5 miles and ultimately ends at an observation point near Lake Winder. The South section will take you 2.6 miles south and west to the Oak Hammock Loop, which is itself about 2 miles, near the St John's River. Among the wildlife species seen here are wood storks, bald eagles, and many other species associated with the vast wetlands. Portions of this trail system may be seasonally flooded.
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Mocassin Island Trails Map
GPS N 28 13.797 W 80 48.644
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Wickham Park
2500 Parkway Drive, Melbourne
Wickam Park is a popular 391 acre park with semi-improved camping, about four miles of narrow trails that meander through oak hammocks, scrub, pine flatwoods, and along marshy streams for biking, equestrian, and hiking use, a paved walking trail, two unguarded swimming ponds, and several more small ponds, equestrian facilities, and a dog park. Some of the species sighted here include Brownheaded Nuthatch, Bobwhite, Painted Bunting, Chuck-will’s-widow, Raptor, Killdeer, Migratory Songbirds.
N 28 09.471 W 80 39.802
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Merritt Island
Ulumay Wildlife Sanctuary
805 Sykes Creek Parkway, Merritt Island
FROM US Hwy 1 go 2.9 miles east on SR-520, turn left and go about 0.5 miles on Sykes Creek Parkway. The park entrance is on the left.
Projecting into Sykes Creek at the southwest corner of the park is a pier commonly known as the Old Humpbacked Troll Bridge. There are also dikes along the impoundment with hiking and biking trails.
Open after 7:00 a.m. until dark.
GPS N 28 22.317 W 80 40.426
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