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Wilderness Trails North Central South
Walking Trails (Paved) North Central South
Ready to hike Tosohatchee Wildlife Management Area near Christmas, FloridaFrom short interpretive walks through some of our most fragile and treasured ecosystems and cultural sites to multi day expeditions through pure untamed Florida wilderness we have hiking, walking, and ADA accessible trails for almost everyone. Habitats encountered include everything from Upland Scrub, Pine Flatwoods, Hardwood Forests, and Freshwater Swamp, to Coastal Scrub and Salt Marsh. Many of our Hiking Trails also offer backcountry camping options as well.
Overview of Space Coast Hiking Trails
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View from the Trail at Dicerandra Sanctuary, Titusville, Florida

View from along the hiking trail at Dicerandra Sanctuary, Titusville.

Photo By Dean Pettit

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Buck Lake Conservation Area
From the Trail at Buck Lake Conservation Area
Wilderness Trails Walking Trails (Paved)
Space Coast North Space Coast North
Includes Titusville and surrounding Counties, Merritt Island National Wildlife Refuge, North Merritt Island, and Canaveral National Seashore. Includes Titusville, Surrounding Counties, Merritt Island National Wildlife Refuge, North Merritt Island.
Space Coast Central Space Coast Central
Includes Cocoa, Rockledge, Viera, East Seminole County, Merritt Island, and Satellite Beach. Includes Rockledge, Melbourne, Merritt Island, Cape Canaveral, Cocoa Beach, and Satellite Beach.
Space Coast South Space Coast South
Includes the Palm Bay / Malabar Area, Three Forks, Blue Cypress and Fort Drum Conservation Areas, and Beachside hikes south to Pelican Island National Wildlife Refuge. Includes Palm Bay and Sebastian Inlet.

Photo By Dean Pettit
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