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Brevard County Environmentally Endangered Lands Program

Environmentally Endangered Lands (EEL) Program Passive Recreation Guide

Recreation
Guide:
Canoeing/Kayaking
Canoeing or Kayaking
Education Center
Education Center
Fishing
Fishing
Hiking/Wildlife Observation
Hiking or Wildlife Observation
Horseback Riding
Horseback Riding
Mountain Biking
Mountain Biking
Universally Accessible
Universally Accessible
No Hunting 
No Hunting
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The EEL Program is committed to providing the public with opportunities to enjoy the beauty of Brevard county's natural areas. The best way to protect a sanctuary and to provide public access to the site is to support passive recreation activities. These are activities that do not abuse the natural resources, biological diversity, or environmental qualities of a site.

Examples of passive recreation activities provided on EEL sanctuaries follow:

These are examples only and not all activities will occur on every sanctuary. Pets and Smoking are not allowed in EEL Program Sanctuaries and Conservation Areas. We hope you understand that these rules are necessary to protect and preserve our sensitive ecosystems.


Check out some great opportunities for trail running and hiking. This brochure features six EEL Sanctuaries that offer great natural scenery, compacted trail surfaces and very little sugar sand.




Enchanted Forest 5K and 10K Race Enchanted Forest Trail Run
5k/10k & Fun Hike
January 6, 2013 (Rain or Shine)


Come out and enjoy the thrills of trail running in the Enchanted Forest Nature Sanctuary on a great course for all skill levels, including those new to the trail running scene!

A fun hike will also be available following the race. Registered hikers will receive a race t-shirt.

All proceeds will benefit trail development and maintenance projects in Brevard County.

Course Information
Course follows wilderness hiking trails through the Enchanted Forest Sanctuary with shaded oak hammocks and single track trails. The race begins at the Education Center and runs up to and along the high scrub ridge, descending into ancient oak hammock along the scenic and shaded Magnolia Loop trail. The course then traverses two boardwalks leading to a short climb back up to the scrub ridge and returns to the Education Center. The 10k racers will run the course twice.
 

Race Registration
  • Pre-register Online: Pre-register online and save $5.00 on your race registration fee! $25 runner / $15 Hiker. Pre-registration ends Sunday, December 30.
  • Pre-register By Mail: Download Printable Registration Form
  • Register Day of Race: $30 Runner / $20 Hiker. Registration 1:00pm - 2:00pm.
Race Day
Registration 1:00pm - 2:00pm.
Race starts: 5k 2:15pm, 10k 2:30pm, Hike 3:30pm

T-Shirts
T-Shirts Guaranteed to first 200 entrants.

Race Packet Pickup
Pre-registered runners / hikers can pick up race packets at the Enchanted Forest Sanctuary starting on Thursday, January 3rd.

Awards
First, Second & Third overall, and each age group (Male/Female)

More Information
Call (321) 255-4466 or email mike.knight@brevardparks.com

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