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Brevard Zoo Linear Trail

Contact: Sarah Kraum

The Brevard Zoo Linear Trail is a 1.1 mile multi-use boardwalk that runs from the Zoo, east along I-95 through wetlands and oak hammocks. Eventually, the trail will extend a few miles farther south to the Pineda Causeway and continue to Turtle Mound. The trail is open during regular Zoo hours. There is no admission fee. Under discussion for over 10 years, the trail was opened in 2014.

Phase 2 of the project is currently scheduled to be complete Fall 2018.

Showcase Trails Update Dec 2014 Brevard Zoo Full

Al Tuttle Trail

Contact: Sarah Kraum

Named for a local resident and chief trail proponent, the  Al Tuttle Trail is a 10 foot wide paved multi-use trail in South Brevard. Accessed from the Sand Hill Trail Head on Marie Street in Malabar, the trail meanders along the border of the Malabar Scrub Sanctuary. Additional unpaved trails are available within the Sanctuary.

The Al Tuttle Trail is part of the proposed 22-mile South Brevard Linear Trail, which will connect various preserve lands within the communities of Malabar, Palm Bay, Grant-Valkaria and Micco.

An example of many partners working together, the trail officially opened in 2013.

Both the Town of Malabar and the Town of Grant-Valkaria have active Trail committees.

A1A Urban Trail

Contact: Sarah Kraum

The sidewalk parallel to SR A1A is known as the A1A Urban Trail. Spanning more than 40 miles from Port Canaveral to Sebastian Inlet, the urban trail allows for non-motorized transportation along the Barrier Island and links important resources, such as the Indian River Lagoon and the East Coast Greenway.

Several projects are currently on the SCTPO Project Priority List to help complete sidewalk gaps are this corridor.

Over 13 miles of sidewalk is being completed through FDOT resurfacings,  For more information on these projects please visit www.cflroads.com.

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