Brevard County Environmentally Endangered Lands Program Treasure Coin Hunt
The search is on! In celebration of the 30-year anniversary of the Brevard County Environmentally Endangered Lands Program, commemorative treasure coins are being hidden at a variety of nature sanctuaries throughout Brevard County for visitors to find and keep.
All we ask is that you let us know if you find a coin by sending us a photo of you holding the coin at the hiding location and include a quick summary of how you found it. We would like to share your search story for others to enjoy.
The only clues provided will be the trail map and a single photo of each hiding location. All photos are taken directly from the marked trail.
All coins will be hidden within 10 feet or less of a marked trail.
All hiding locations will be visible from the trail.
No digging or climbing will be required.
Coins may only be directly visible from a specific angle.
Please only keep one coin per person.
Take a photo of yourself holding the coin at the hiding spot and send it to us.
We will notify treasure hunters on Facebook and update this page once a coin has been found so others don’t continue to look for it.
Get Out and Explore your local nature sanctuaries and best of luck in your quest for a Treasure Coin.
Treasure Coin Hunts Clues and Maps
Treasure Hunter Stories
Coin 2 and Coin 5 (2nd round)
Coin from photo clue 2 found! Coin 5 found!
Found the coin on the back of tree in photo number 3. My wife and I spent the afternoon Saturday enjoying the sights and sounds of the park. We thought it was a lucky sign that just minutes before finding the coin a Scrub-Jay landed on me as if guiding me to the coin's location with its image on it. Good times, we can't wait for more outdoor adventures and treasure hunts in our beautiful Brevard County.
Thank you for putting on an awesome program. Have a great Thanksgiving coming up and looking forward to y'all's next coin hunting outdoor activity.
I took part in the Helen and Allan Cruickshank Sanctuary treasure coin hunt a few days ago. After finding my coin (#4), the scrub jay watching in the background proceeded to land on my head, giving me a big surprise. Love being up close with nature!
Coin 5 (round 1)
It was a beautiful day to hike and enjoy Brevard County. I visited the Cruickshank Scrub Sanctuary this morning. I kept the #5 coin and found all the rest too, but I left them in their hiding spots. It was nice to see families of all ages out hiking and hunting for coins. The scrub jays were very friendly and we’re very photogenic.
My sons found the 8th treasure coin at Cruikshank Sanctuary earlier today. Thank you!