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Wuesthoff Park

Nature trail is open after 7 am until dark.  The Homer Powell Nature Center is located at Wuesthoff Park, a 25 acre community park off Barna Avenue just south of SR 50.  Visitors who drip by for a leisure hike will discover a natural Florida forest with three distinct woodland habitats: a wetland area, hardwood hammock and upland pine forest.  The half-mile sandy nature trail wanders under towering trees through native plant and animal habitats, providing a glimpse of the natural Florida frontier.

Near the nature center, several picnic tables with a grill are located in an open grass area while a park bench offers a scenic view of the wetlands.  Trail Clearing, plant identification and stakes, trail map, and site map are the result of volunteer opportunities.
  • Homer Powell Nature Center (Environmental Groups)
  • Nature Trail (0.5 mile)

Watchable Wildlife: Native Songbirds, Migratory Songbirds (fall, winter), Hawk, Woodpecker, Gopher Tortoise, Eastern Indigo Snake

ADA Access: Nature Center, Restrooms

Do's & Don’ts:
  • Service animals only.
  • Alcoholic beverages in designated areas only.
  • Other restrictions as posted.


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Wuesthoff Park
2000 Wuesthoff St
Titusville, FL 32780
(321) 264-5037

Park open from Dawn to Dusk, except for scheduled use.

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