Fox Lake Sanctuary is a 2,568 acres nature Sanctuary managed by the Brevard County Environmentally Endangered Lands Program. The Sanctuary is located west of Fox Lake Park in Titusville.
Fox Lake Sanctuary is home to a variety of habitats including: wet prairie, mesic flatwoods and oak-saw palmetto scrub.
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.
Adjacent Fox Lake Park
Size: 31.57 acres Activities:
- Boat Ramp (1-lane)
- Canoe/Kayak Trails
- Lake Fishing
- Volleyball (sand)
- Seasonal Events and Day Camps
- Annual Events (Fox Lake Christmas Festival of Crafts, Snow Fest)
Listed in State of Florida Great Florida Birding Trail for water and wading birds (coot, snowy egret, green heron, anhingas), migratory songbirds. Occasional swallow-tailed kites, limpkin, roseate spoonbill, sandhill crane ADA Access:
Accessible Parking, Restrooms, Pavilion, Playground Dos & Don'ts:
- No swimming
- Service animals only or dogs on short leash and only when leading dog between vehicle and boat
- Alcoholic beverages in designated areas only
- Other restrictions as posted
- Pets, smoking, alcohol, motorized vehicles, and open carry of firearms are prohibited (Fl Stat. 790.053)
- Removal of plants, animals, archaeological, or cultural resources is prohibited
- Do not feed, disturb, or harm wildlife
- Stay on the trail for personal safety and protection of the natural environment
- Hunting is prohibited