The Trans-Florida Central Railroad Trail is a 2-mile hiking and biking pathway sitting in a former railroad corridor that once connected Sebastian and Fellsmere. The centerpiece of the trail is the iconic bridge over Interstate-95: a broad walkway with two arches, meant to invoke images of the railroad bridges of a bygone era. The name of the trail is displayed prominently in huge letters across the span of the bridge.
Though the railroad right-of-way it occupies is about 15 miles long, in total, only 2 miles of trail have been completed. Riders and hikers can now travel on the paved off-road trail from the Fellsmere Preserve Trailhead east across I-95 to to the North Indian River County Regional Park in Sebastian. It is hoped the pathway will be extended both east and west in the future but for now, you can continue your journey east and north via the sidepath along County Road 512.
Exit I-95 at CR 512, go west fpr 0.2 miles west to entrance on right.
Exit I-95 at CR 512, head east for 2.1 miles east to park entrance on right.