Looking for a great trail near Palm Bay, Florida? AllTrails has 7 great hiking trails, forest trails, walking trails and more, with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers, and nature lovers like you. If you're looking for the best trails around St. Sebastian River Preserve State Park or Kissimmee Prairie Preserve State Park, we've got you covered. Just looking to take a quick stroll? We've got 7 easy trails in Palm Bay ranging from 0.6 to 4.8 miles and from 13 to 36 feet above sea level. Start checking them out and you'll be out on the trail in no time!



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Palm Bay, Florida Map

Fun hike, not many others on the trail. A good portion is out in the open with little shade.

The trail is pretty amazing! Not a “straight line” kind of trail, saw some boars, birds, plenty of vegetation... there were some flooded and muddy parts, but easy to walk around, my feet were dry. The saddest part is that you can really hear the road and cars pretty much anywhere on the trail and it is really loud. I would give 5* for trail itself, but 2* for nature relaxation part... :(

1 month ago

Trail is great. This time I went it had rained so the path before the wood walk way was muddy. Do not bring food unless I’m a ziplock, a raccoon followed us the entire trail because my son had peanuts in his jacket (I didn’t know). Other than that the trail is beautiful, good to take pictures.

2 months ago

A must-walk trail with a diversity of ecotypes, ranging from dry oak scrub to floodplain. Best on foot, the trail is mostly natural surface, though long, well-maintained boardwalks are located throughout. Keep an eye out for wildlife.

3 months ago

Great trail. Some parts had ankle deep water but nothing unmanageable. Saw no other hikers. Cool weather made this a very pleasant hike for me and my boyfriend.

off trail
over grown
3 months ago

Some parts not so great. Other parts were good

This is probably my favorite trail in all of brevard. Beautiful scenery and it’s got a little bit of a rugged terrain which I enjoy over purely flat trails. I can’t wait to come back here again and again.

great again.

over grown
4 months ago

trail very overgrown a lot of trail markers have been burnt off and lying on ground a lot of the trail ankle deep water

great set of trails easy walking a lot of info markers along the board walk lots of shade

This trail is mainly dedicated to biking and offers some incredible ramps and the like, well maintained. Hiking it was nice, slightly different trail than the bikers. Offers nice view of canal and local flora.

Had a great time, lucked out and came when almost no one was around, fun and easy hike

Peaceful, shaded paths. Places to work out. We saw Manatees.

great trails everywhere!

mountain biking
7 months ago

Ok for starters this is by no means a easy trail, unless you're a experienced or expert rider will this be a easy ride! On the other hand it's by far the best jump trail anywhere in Florida with the best trail maintenance on any trails, not just Florida. Also never forget the best group of MTBers you most likely will ever meet!

its decent. i went right at sunrise the trail was wet with dew but its was pretty cool. i was lucky to see a beautiful big buck and another female deer, and then 10mins later walked upon a female hog with 2 of her little ones which kind of scared me because i was so close to them and i know a mother hog is pretty aggressive but she wasnt. the birds are pretty cool, i was followed by a scrub blujay i believe is the name but he seemed pretty interested in me. pretty neat place

Def not dog friendly!! There are a ton of clear signs as you are walking in that day no dogs. I tried going anyway since the main office was closed. Within minutes of arriving, an employee came out of nowhere and told me that there are no dogs allowed anywhere at Turkey Creek. My friend went a different day and had the same experience. For just people it seemed like a great place.

9 months ago

some love bugs but no mosquitoes today. saw some armadillo though.

nice quiet, shaded trail. wife saw her first armadillo and manatee.

The boardwalk is great for novice hikers, my 4 year old loved it. There is a running/exercise path and also some additional dirt paths. The flora is beautiful, and keep your eye out for tortoises, turtles, raccoons, and birds. This hike is a great way to get some outdoor time, without facing an intense trail.

Yellow Trail, exploring alternative routes for shorter days. Blue Trail is definitely less traveled and pretty overgrown. I’ll have to tackle that another day.

Blue Trail-Much sandier and sunnier than the majority of the Red Trail. Mostly scrub brush. But a nice additional add on and there were definitely various parts that were quite pleasant.

Great set of trails and well marked. We were on it yesterday and it was dry. Saw more bikes on trail than hikers. There is much to explore as there are many side trails.

Beautiful trail. Great variety of terrain. Lots of stumps and twists and turns but shade all the way. Clearly marked and linked with multiple other trails for additional options. Highly recommend for quick but not boring hike/run.

Not great. Beautiful burned pine trees and palmettos. No wild life.

Nice walk, short but lush and pretty. Although app states dogs are allowed on leash the sign at parking area on side of road says “no pets.” I honestly didn’t see it until I was done. It’s a shame because it was a good walk with the dog.

Nice walk through the scrub. Mostly sun with some shady areas. Trail varies back and forth between loose sand and normal ground cover. Seems to be fairly well marked. There are various changing habitats during the walk and areas of past burns. Didn't see much in the way of wildlife.

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