Hundred Acre Hollows, Inc.
What can you possibly do with 114-acres of abandoned waste-water retention ponds surrounded by some of the most attractive residential real estate in Brevard County? Turn it into an environmental education center and green space for everyone to enjoy! Sounds crazy? It is, but it’s exactly what we are doing! Hundred Acre Hollows, Inc. is a non-profit 501(c)(3) grassroots organization that is working to enhance the lives of others by creating public accessible green space and creating an educational experience where people can learn about sustainability of our unique Florida environment.
HUNDRED ACRE HOLLOWS, INC IS DULY REGISTERED WITH THE STATE OF FLORIDA AS REQUIRED BY ITS SOLICITATION OF CONTRIBUTIONS ACT. OUR REGISTRATION NUMBER IS CH52596. A COPY OF THE OFFICIAL REGISTRATION AND FINANCIAL INFORMATION MAY BE OBTAINED FROM THE DIVISION OF CONSUMER SERVICES BY CALLING TOLL-FREE (800-435-7352) WITHIN THE STATE. REGISTRATION DOES NOT IMPLY ENDORSEMENT, APPROVAL, OR RECOMMENDATION BY THE STATE.
Hundred Acre Hollows
The entrance to Hundred Acre Hollows is a trail at the end of a vacant, grassy lot on Rock Springs Dr. in Melbourne, FL. If the lot had a house, the address would be 1170 Rock Springs Road. This is the physical location of the property, but if you need to contact us please use our mailing address 1170 Ida Way, Melbourne, FL 32940.
Visit us! We are open to the public on the 1st and 3rd Sundays of every month, from 4-6pm.
Interact With a 3D ArcGIS Map
If map does not load, click here.
This 3D interactive map shows the geographical data of Hundred Acre Hollows. When you hover on the map, you will see the menu that lets you zoom, rotate, and make the map full screen. The symbols on the map represent various geographical features. When you click the symbols, you will see a pop up with facts about that feature. Have fun exploring!
Meet The Inhabitants of Hundred Acre Hollows
Gopher tortoises are a threatened species. They are a “Keystone” species because they dig burrows in the sandy soil that provide homes for many other animals.read more
Nine Banded Armadillo Nine banded armadillos aren’t native to Florida but have been here since the 1920’s, so they are a natural part of the Florida environment. They are a rather funny looking creature with their own armor. They are about the size of a cat and can...read more
The Eastern Cottontail rabbit is common in Florida. It is grayish brown with a white tail. It is about 14 to 17 inches long, weighing about two to four pounds.read more
Join us at Hundred Acre Hollows tonight from 6-8 to enjoy a walk around our property. Bring dad, family, and friends for a lovely nature walk. The two native gardens are blooming with the sunshine and rain. Come see how the Boy Scouts improved the northeast basin by...read more
Join us for our ribbon cutting ceremony Sunday, April 7, 2019! The Ribbon Cutting celebration begins with a reception at the Springs of Suntree Clubhouse, 8300 Holiday Springs Rd. At 4:30, we will talk about Gopher Tortoise Day which is April 10. We will share some...read more
Hundred Acre Hollows has come a long way in two years! Since we’ve last posted an update, we’ve added: A native plant garden in the southeast corner planted by the Space Coast Audubon Society’s Audubon in Action grant Four bat houses, as yet...read more
Our January Newsletter includes lots of important dates and information. View PDF Download...read more
We are a grassroots organization that survives on your generosity. Partner with us as we strive to enhance the lives of others by creating public accessible green space and creating educational experiences where people can learn about sustainability of our unique Florida environment.