Mountain Biking Trails within Brevard County, Florida

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Grapefruit Trails (GFT)

A freeride park built from a network of lines all of which contain multiple ride options. A 2.5 mile main loop circles the perimeter of the park providing access to multiple freeride line hubs as well as access to an intermediate to advanced flowy singletrack with uniquely Florida quick changing elevation. Every advanced feature on the main loop has a cross-country style bypass allowing users to progress at their own pace. In the center of the main loop is a dirt jump section that features multiple lines with multiple options specifically built for BMX, and DJ bikes. When on the main loop the rider is presented line options through the various hubs throughout the trail. These lines can be run in sessions and contain fast-flowing drops, tabletops, gap jumps, step-ups, step-downs, berms, etc. Trails are well marked, helmets are required, and caution is recommended. Before visiting we ask that you please review our GFT Rules and Regulations so that all trail experiences are positive for everyone.

Parking: Within the parking lot by the main trail sign. Route your GPS's to 1414 Norbert Rd NE, Palm Bay, FL 32907, take the dirt road on the east side of the drainage canal, and the parking lot will be on your right.

Trailforks: For real-time GPS feedback and detailed trail information view the Grapefruit Trails (GFT) on Trailforks.

Brevard County's Wickham Park

Wickham Park Trails (WPT)

10 miles of beginner to light-intermediate winding Florida singletrack through pine flatwoods, hydric hammock, mesic hammock, xeric hammock, and sand pine scrub. Proper trail signage is currently being developed but temporary trail markers have been placed throughout. There is a distinct North and South loop that are split by a double track between the North bathrooms and the Soccer fields. The trails are also prone to sever flooding in Summer.

Parking: Any place within Wickham Park is appropriate. The closest to the trails is at the North Lake parking lot. This lot is located just past the dog park on the left on Wickham Park Rd if you come in the main entrance to the park off Parkway Dr and turn right onto Wickham Park Rd.

Trailforks: For real-time GPS feedback and detailed trail information view the Wickham Park Mountain Bike Trails on Trailforks.


Malabar and Palm Bay Trails

10 miles of beginner to light-intermediate classic Florida singletrack through hydric hammock, mesic hammock, sand pine scrub, xeric hammock, scrub, scrubby flatwoods, and pine flatwoods that flows through Turkey Creek Sanctuary, Malabar Scrub Sanctuary (East/West), and Cameron Preserve. The trails are well marked (including direction) and offer a variety of cross-country riding conditions. Expect small elevation changes, tight winding turns, sand pits, technical root sections, bridges, and hard packed singletrack.

Parking: There are many parking lots to this trail system but we recommend the marked trail crossing off Briar Creek Blvd in Palm Bay, FL.

Trailforks: For real-time GPS feedback and detailed trail information view the Malabar and Palm Bay Trail System on Trailforks.


Grant Flatwoods Sanctuary

A 3.25 mile one-way, 6.5 mile roundtrip trail (lollipop configuration) that starts with classic Florida singletrack through flatwoods then turns to hammock covered singletrack near the Sotile canal. Once by the empty canal the rider is rewarded with unique deep woods and changing elevation found nowhere else within the county. This is a new trail that has had hog damage within the hammock loop that could use tires to ride it in. Should this trail become popular more trail will be opened up by Brevard Environmentally Endangered Lands program!

Parking: At the trailhead, just off Micco Rd, 3.5 miles east of Babcock, in Sebastian, FL. Route your GPS to 2800 Micco Rd, Sebastian, FL 32976.

Trailforks: For real-time GPS feedback and detailed trail information view the Grant Flatwoods Sanctuary on Trailforks.


Jordan Scrub Sanctuary

5 miles of beginner single/double track through seasonal marshes, scrubby flatwoods, and around lakes. The rider will encounter a few technical root sections. The trails are marked OK and offer, exposed to the sun, cross-country riding on hard pack track with the occasional sand pit. The sight of Bald Eagles and Scrub Jays are common and more trails are planned to be developed.

Parking: At the trailhead just off Marie Street South of Malabar Road in Malabar, FL.

Trailforks: For real-time GPS feedback and detailed trail information view the Jordan Scrub Sanctuary on Trailforks.


P.O. Box 100548
Palm Bay, FL 32910