Bring the family outdoors to experience natural Florida and the management of our conservation lands
through programs by staff, guest instructors, guided hikes, eco-buggy tours, bike-abouts and paddles. Participants are
encouraged to dress for the weather, wear hiking or walking shoes, bring a camera, drinking water and your sense of
adventure. Space is limited, registration is required.
For more information or to register for a class, contact the Volusia County Environmental Management at
386-736-5927 or email firstname.lastname@example.org, please be sure to give
names of all participants, phone number and email address.
September 3 @9:00 am to 11:00 am
Explore the jewel of Volusia County’s conservation lands. Walk the shoreline of a natural section of the St. Johns
River and experience diverse Florida habitats including pine flatwoods, oak hammock, cypress dome and swamp. Meet
at Hickory Bluff Preserve, 598 Guise Road, Osteen. Regis...
September 9 @9:00 am to 11:00 am
Hike through a section of Heart Island Conservation Area, which is co-owned by the St. Johns River Water Management
District and Volusia County. Explore this sandhill plant community and learn about the area’s agricultural history
and restoration. Meet at 6348 Lake Winona Road, DeLeon Springs....
September 18 @9:00 am to 11:00 am
Ride the first segment of the East Central Regional Rail Trail and experience the natural world along the way.
Participants will ride the paved trail from Green Springs Park to State Road 415 and back – an 11-mile round trip.
All ages and abilities are welcome. Bicycle helmets are required. Me...
September 19 @9:00 am to 11:00 am
Learn about the endangered Florida scrub habitat and what makes it such a special place. Hikers will see scrub
plants and animals and meet Lyonia’s most precious resident, the Florida scrub jay. Land management practices and
prescribed fires will also be discussed. Participants can tour Lyonia...
September 26 @9:00 am to 11:00 am
Hike a beautiful one-mile trail through hardwood hammock and scrub. Meet at 2317 Creek Shore Trail, New Smyrna
Beach. Registration is requested and may be made by contacting Volusia County’s Environmental Management
office at 386-736-5927 or email@example.com. Participants ar...