The Toni Robinson Waterfront Trail started as a vision and became a true gem of a trail that contains majestic oaks, sandy Florida scrub, a boardwalk through the mangroves and beautiful views of the Indian River Lagoon. A 1.6-acre parcel was purchased in 2009 followed by two additional purchases totaling 37 acres and a generous gift of 11.6 acres from the Schwerin family.
The one-mile trail opened in 2013 and comprises an easy half-mile walk through an open scrub habitat and shaded oak forest to the mangroves. A half-mile loop walk on an impoundment trail includes a boardwalk through the mangroves with a dock that extends into the lagoon with a covered bench.
The small, shaded parking area is located at 4290 79th Street (aka Fleet Street) on the east side of U.S. Highway 1.
The trail is open to walking and bicycling. Motorized vehicles are NOT allowed. Dogs are allowed but must be "scooped" and kept on leash. Please pack out any trash. Stay on marked trails and enjoy the dock. Fishing is NOT permitted.
Click here to download the trail map.