• What We’ll Do – Come enjoy a nature walk on the grassy 2-mile trail around HAH. Enjoy sunset photography, bird-watching and exploring this beautiful habitat. You can see the bat houses and owl box. At sunset, people have seen raccoons, deer and bobcats. You can also see the Audubon Native Plant Garden progress in the Southeast corner and our new Keep Brevard Beautiful Native Plant Garden at the Rock Springs Gate entrance.
• IMPORTANT NOTE – This is part of a larger event we have planned from 4 to 8 PM for the AiA Grant Garden Ribbon Cutting and iNaturalist Class. If you are interested in more than just visiting Hundred Acre Hollows please see our additional meetup notice for 7/21/19.
• What to Bring – Drinking water, sunscreen, bug spray, binoculars, cameras, hat and recommend wearing closed toe shoes.
• Important to Know – There are no restroom facilities. The trails are primitive and may have holes, gopher tortoise burrows and other obstacles, please be cautious. Pets are not allowed.
Hundred Acre Hollows
1170 Rock Springs Dr
Melbourne, fl, US, 32940