The North Buck Lake Scrub includes 9,638 acres of woodlands and wetlands historically used for timber production and cattle ranching.
The EEL Program manages about 300 acres of upland scrubby flatwoods and oak hammock in a partnership with the St- Johns River Water Management District (SJRMWD)- Other features of the North Buck Lake Scrub include basin swamps, wet prairies, floodplain marshes, and a marsh lake- Along the trails, visitors can observe the variety of protected natural communities that support many species of plant and animal.
Fishing (lake, river)
Hiking (12 miles of trails)
Horseback Riding Trail
Primitive Camping (posted sites)
Wildlife ObservationBicycle Trail
Photo credit: Brevard County Parks and Recreation