Nature in Titusville
Titusville is across the bridge from the Merritt Island National Wildlife Refuge, (MINWR), and Canaveral National Seashore. From thousands of plant species and critters BIG & small, to Bald Eagles to American Alligators, Titusville has an adventurous side as well
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The Refuge is pretty big, so it has a lot of little trails, boat ramps, and little spots you can either relax in nature or make it an adventure with a nature hike.
Enchanted Forest Sanctuary
Located in the southern limits of the City of Titusville, the Enchanted Forest Sanctuary preserves diversity of natural habitats. Several miles of hiking trails allow visitors to enjoy the natural beauty of the region. Wildlife observation, nature photography, and hiking are popular recreational activities. A wonderful wealth of plant life also abounds as both temperate (northern) and subtropical (southern) species grow in the Sanctuary together. The Management & Education Center interprets the Sanctuary’s unique natural features for visitors of all ages and abilities.
Fox Lake Sanctuary
Fox Lake Sanctuary is a 2,568 acres nature Sanctuary managed by the Brevard County Environmentally Endangered Lands Program
The trailhead is located near the Fox Lake Park boat ramp. Visitors can enjoy 7 miles of hiking, mountain biking, equestrian trails and scenic lake overviews. A 4 mile marked paddling trail extending from Fox Lake to South Lake is also available.