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P. O. Box 2806, (32781-2806)
555 S. Washington Avenue
Titusville, FL 32796
Phone: (321) 567-3775
Fax: (321) 383-5704
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The City of Titusville, Florida / Cycling/Pedestrian Trails

Cycling/Pedestrian Trails

Please practice social distancing when outdoors!

To say that the circumstances we are currently experiencing are strange is vastly understated. Research shows, however, that the only proven method for getting ahead of COVID-19 is to isolate ourselves. As social beings, as well as active beings, this goes against our grain. It is understandable to want to be outdoors, but please be safe while doing so.

Outdoor recreational activities are still permitted amid the coronavirus pandemic, but we want to remind our residents and visitors to follow these very basic safety precautions. Please practice social distancing when you are walking, hiking, or cycling by ensuring at least 6 feet of space between you and others. Be sure to safely step to the side until someone passes by you. Furthermore, for your own protection, please do not gather in groups while enjoying your time outdoors.

Thank you for your cooperation, and stay safe, Titusville!

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Contact for trail issues: Emergency dial 911
City of Titusville Public Works Department: 321-567-3846
Brevard County Parks and Recreation, North Area Operations: 321-264-5105
City of Titusville's Mobility Master Plan

Florida Department of Environmental Protection Trail Town Seal
The City of Titusville is proud to be recognized as Florida's second Trail Town. The Florida Greenways and Trails Council voted unanimously on June 27, 2018 to recognize the City as a Trail Town in recognition of the Titusville community's commitment to providing a safe, comfortable, and fun place to walk, bike, and more. Full Press Release   Titusville, Florida: Becoming a Trail Town
Video Thumbnail of "Launch From Here" Titusville Tourism Video
We're Blazing Trails - Community Cycle Fun Day
February 23-24, 2018
Click the thumbnails below to watch video highlights from our Community Cycle Fun Day on YouTube.
Bike Trail Ribbon Cutting Event
Community Cycle Fun Day starting line
Bicycles traveling on the Titusville trails
Feb. 23 Ribbon Cutting Ceremony     Feb. 24 Community Cycle Fun Day Recap Two-Day Event Recap                        
Our trail network runs from the Volusia County line through Brevard County and into the City of Titusville –the trail is managed by both the City and County based on location. Please report any problems you see on or with the trail, so we can keep the trails safe.  Enjoy your walk, run, or ride! 
A small crowd drinking in front of Playalinda Brewery
Discover the best brew in Titusville along the Coast to Coast, St. Johns River to Sea Loop and Florida Greenway Trails!

Ride up to an award-winning craft brewery easily accessible along the trail. Along the way, discover what else Titusville has to offer as a side trip.

Bring your own bike, or local rentals are available at the Titusville Welcome Center at the Coast to Coast Bicycle Company located inside the Welcome Center  419 S. Hopkins Avenue. Come find out what’s brewing in Titusville!  Check out our downtown directory for a list of all businesses.
A bar       Local Downtown Breweries
Playalinda Brewing Co.  
Playalinda Brewing Co.- Brix Project 

Titusville is home to craft beer, wine, and spirits, in Historic downtown. Make stops along the trail to enjoy the different tastes and atmospheres each brewery and distillery has to offer.  The Grand Martini  
A man working on repairing a bicycle   Bike Rentals and Services
Don't worry if you don't have a bike or need assistance in servicing your bike. Titusville has bike rentals and service shops. They will be sure to take care of things so you can be on your way to enjoy the trail in no time! Contact 321-607-6208
Coast to Coast Bicycle Company
Two young ladies enjoying a trip to Downtown Titusville   Recommended Side Trips
Take a break from cycling and stop by some of our favorite Titusville destinations Venture into one of our local restaurants for breakfast, lunch or dinner and take a detour to visit some of our art galleries and downtown shops.  Check out the downtown directory for a list of all the businesses.
North Brevard Historical Museum
The Downtown Art Gallery
Emma Parrish Theater
American Space Museum & Space Walk of Fame
Prichard House

  Shops - Retail
About an Inch Salon
Aker Eye Vision Source
Badcock & More Furniture
Downtown Dance Studio
Dusty Rose Antique Mall
Expressions Hair Salon

Fish Skinz
Hotpoint Boutique
The Infinite Mushroom
Kite Shop
Kayaks by Bo
Launch Now Titusville Project
Coast to Coast Bicycle Company
CVS Pharmacy

Main Street Philly
Mosquito Lagoon Bait Shop
River & Main Barber Shop
Salty Mermaid Spa
Save-A-Lot Food Store
Shuler Auctioneers
Heather's Thrift Shop
St. Teresa's Buyers Bargain Shop
Kai's Kottage

The Painted Turtle
The Yoga Loft

Harry Smooth's Tobacco & Vape

Sweets from a local bakery shop    Local Eatery Hot Spots
If you're looking to stop for lunch, dinner or even just a snack, be sure to check out these local favorite eatery hot spots. Locals rave about the delicious food and fun atmospheres.  Check out the downtown directory for more information.
Baker's Cake shop
Chef Larry's

Papa John's Pizza
Burger King

Cresent Coffee Company

Playalinda Brewing Co. 
Sunrise Bread Company
The Grand Martini 

Downtown Diner
Main Street Philly
The Playalinda Run Club gathers in Downtown Titusville   Playalinda Run Club
If you're looking for a local, community-based run club that runs for great craft beer, meet up the 1st and 3rd Tuesday of every month at Playalinda Brewing Company – Hardware Store, located in Historic Downtown Titusville.  Locals rave about the delicious craft beer, food and fun atmosphere. Playalinda Brewing Company-Hardware Store is a family and dog-friendly brewer (pups outside please!)
A simple map of Florida detailing the location of Titusville's multi-use trails   Converging Trails: 
Coast to Coast Trail
St. Johns River-to-Sea Loop
East Coast Greenway

Currently: Coast-to-Coast Trail 12 ft green multi-purpose trail running through downtown Titusville, (heading over the new Garden Street bridge and running north along U.S. 1) is part of a 250-mile trail that will link Titusville with St. Petersburg.
St. Johns River-to-Sea Loop; Titusville is the southern tip of the 260-miles that encompasses five counties Volusia, Putnam, St. Johns, Flagler and Brevard. For more information visit: or . For questions about the St. Johns River-to-Sea Loop Alliance, contact Maggie Ardito , President at maggie@

.East Coast Greenway Connecting Maine to Florida, the dream of a 3,000-mile - nation’s longest connecting protected biking and walking route.
A rocket   View a Launch from the Cycle Trail or one of these park
Space View Park
               (2)  Kirk Point Park
               (3)  Max Brewer Bridge
               (4)  Parrish Park
               (5)  Sand Point Park
               (6)  William J. Manzo Park
               (7)  Rotary Riverfront Park
               (8)  Kennedy Point Park
               (9)  Municipal Marinas
  xxx Agritourism along the Trail  
A sign for Williams Farm   Williams Blueberry Farm   April/May 2018
2870 Cory Ct.
Mims, FL  32754
Hours of Operation Monday- Sunday 9AM-6PM
A sunflower   Sledd's Strawberries U Pick and Sunflower Crop Maze
Burkholm Road and Dixie Way
Mims, FL 32754

Bike-Friendly Resources:

Logo of the St. Johns River to Sea Loop Trail
Florida Bicycle Association logo
League of American Bicyclists logo

The St Johns River to Sea Loop will link communities between Titusville, DeBary, Palatka, St Augustine, and Daytona Beach, providing a safe, scenic multi-use trail with access to parks, beaches, springs and historic places. The Loop and the Coast to Coast Trail are combined in Brevard and South Volusia county.  This portion of the combined trail is 15 miles, starting at the Volusia/Brevard County line near Maytown and ends in Titusville, with a trailheads at the Titusville Welcome Center and I-95 in Mims and a pedestrian bridge that crosses over Garden Street (SR 406) in Titusville.

Restrooms and Water Fountains can be located at: Draa Field and Chain of Lakes Parks in the City Parks Tab

For more information


  The Florida Bicycle Association is the voice for cyclists of all ages and skill levels when it comes to improving the environment and policies related to bicycling throughout the state.   The League of American Bicyclists represents bicyclists in the movement to create safer roads, stronger communities, and a bicycle-friendly America.    
Greenways & Trails logo
Space Coast TPO logo
Bike Florida Logo
The Florida Department of Environmental Protection Office of Greenways and Trails provides statewide leadership and coordination to establish, expand and promote non-motorized trails.   The Bicycle, Pedestrian, and Trails Advisory Committee of the Space Coast Transportation Planning Organization reviews plans and policies regarding bicycle, pedestrian, and multi-use trail projects.   The nonprofit Bike Florida promotes safe and responsible bicycling through support of the Share the Road campaign, education, public awareness, and bicycle touring.    
reThink your commute logo
A program of the Florida Department of Transportation, reThink Your Commute promotes several smart transportation solutions for the Central Florida region. Information is available on ridematching services, Emergency Ride Home reimbursements, and more.            
Bicycling Facts & Figures - Houses located in areas with above-average levels of walkability or bikeability are worth up to$34,000 more than similar houses in areas with average levels. Estimated cost of constructing one parking space in a paved lot: $2,200. More than three times as many new bicycles are sold in the US each year than cars. Bicycling is the second most popular outdoor activity in the United States. 47% of Americans say they would the more Bike Facilities in their communities. Most trips Americans make are short: 50% are less than 3 miles. 40% are less than 2 miles. 28% are less than 1 mile. The average American household spends $8,758 per year on owning and driving their cars. That's more they spend on food.    
Contacts for trail issues: Emergency dial 911

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