Indian Mound Station Sanctuary

Hours of operation: Monday through Sunday, day use only.

This 147-acre sanctuary straddles the north and south sides of West Parrish Road in Titusville, just east of I-95. Habitats include scrub, pine flatwoods, depression and forested wetlands. The site also provides protection to a bald eagle nest and a Native American burial mound. Common wildlife sightings include bald eagles, gopher tortoises and Florida scrub jays.

The site is currently undergoing significant habitat restoration involving the reduction of overgrown vegetation, in an effort to improve the habitat quality to maximize the species diversity. Access to the property is from Holder Park on the northern boundary.

Path through palm fronds
Trail through brush
Path through brush
Fenced entrance to sanctuary
Hiking Trail sign on post
Wood Post Fence in front of sanctuary




Wildlife Viewing

Do's and Don'ts

  • Hunting is prohibited
  • Do not feed, disturb, or harm wildlife.
  • Pets, smoking, alcohol, and motorized vehicles are prohibited.
  • Stay on the trail for personal safety and protection of the natural environment.
  • Removal of plants, animals, archeological, or cultural resources is prohibited.

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