The trails are great for beginners or those seeking easy riding.
Most of the trails consist of unpaved road. There are some burmed turns but it's all flat. You might come across cars of birdwatchers or fishermen. This is a very scenic area but not an extreme ride by any stretch of the imagination.
How to get there:
From Interstate 95, take the North Titusville exit (#80) onto SR 406 (Garden Street) and follow it East. Go through Titusville crossing the Indian River. Just over the river, you will find a small parking area on the south side of the road, along with a guard shack (usually unmanned). There's a pavilion covering a map of the area, and various signs. An earth berm, single lane road starts at the southwest corner of the lot. To go on to Black Point Wildlife Drive, follow 406 heading Northeast. After several miles, the road will turn east and there will be a road on the north side of the bend. Turn left there and follow the road a few more miles to Wildlife Drive.
The area is closed off 48 hours prior to a space shuttle launch, and reopened shortly after a successful launch.