Update: Hurricane Matthew-Related Park Closings In Brevard County

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Nine Parks, Trails still closed following matthew

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Wickham Park is open but nine parks / trails remained closed for cleanup following Hurricane Matthew. The list is located below. 

BREVARD COUNTY, FLORIDA –The following Brevard County parks will remain closed on Wednesday as a result of due to the effects of Hurricane Matthew.

Athletic Fields:
Chain of Lakes in Titusville
Flutie Park in Melbourne Beach (except authorized use)
Holder Park in Titusville

Beach Crossovers:
Bonsteel Park in Melbourne Beach
Juan Ponce de Leon in Melbourne Beach

Boat Ramps:
Port St. John Boat Ramp in Port St. John

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Savannahs Golf Course in Merritt Island has 9 holes open (Space Coast Daily image)

Campgrounds:
Long Point Campground in Melbourne Beach
Manatee Hammock Campground in Titusville

Centers:
Port St. John Community Center in Port St. John
Viera Community Park and Community Center (except for authorized use) in Viera

Golf Courses:
Savannahs Golf Course in Merritt Island has 9 holes open

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Hammocks:
Lori Wilson Park Maritime Hammock in Cocoa Beach

Parks/Trails:
Hatbill Park in Mims
Intracoastal Waterway Park in Merritt Island
Nicol Park in Port St. John
Rotary Riverfront Park in Titusville
Titusville Veterans Memorial Fishing Pier in Titusville
Tom Statham Park and River’s Edge Event Center in Titusville
William J. Manzo Memorial Park in Titusville
Wuesthoff Park and Wuesthoff Trail in Titusville
Ulumay Wildlife Sanctuary in Merritt Island

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