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.

Brevard County Environmentally Endangered Lands Program commemorative treasure coins.

To receive exclusive, prenotifications of newly hidden coins please sign up for the Treasure Coin Hunt Newsletter at https://www.brevardfl.gov/communications/subscribe.

Search now for currently hidden coins. Click on the following Coin Clues and Map links to receive trail maps and clues.

Treasure Coin Hunts Clues and Maps

Treasure Coin Hunt Scorecard
LocationCoinStatus
Pine IslandCoin #1Found
Pine IslandCoin #2Found
Pine IslandCoin #3Found
Pine IslandCoin #4Found
Pine IslandCoin #5Found
Pine IslandCoin #6Found
Pine IslandCoin #7Found
Pine IslandCoin #8Found
Pine IslandCoin #9Found

Treasure Hunter Stories

Woman holding coin.

Coin 1 found at Pine Island Conservation Area.

We found a treasure coin at the Pine Island Conservation Area yesterday! It is the coin in photo 1 found in the palm tree.

It was a beautiful day to walk the trails. We decided to try Shoreline first. Saw some baby gators making the cutest sounds as we passed the canal. We kept our eyes peeled for any clues, a few times we thought we had the right area, but when we saw the right tree we recognized it immediately! It put a big smile on our faces to have found a coin.

We look forward to visiting other parks in this beautiful county we call home.

Father and son displaying coin they found.

Found Treasure Coin

Griffin found the Treasure Coin from photo 2 while hiking with family on the Flatwood Loop. We saw some beautiful scenery and wildlife along the way.

Couple holding up the coin they found.

Found Pine Island Coin #3

We found the Pine Island coin #3 on the Little Inlet Trail.

Person holding coin found at Pine Island Sanctuary.

Coin 4 found at Pine Island Conservation Area.

Found #4 ironically as we heard gator and were deciding to turn back! Lol!

Man holding up coin he found.

Coin Found - Pine Island Photo 5

Coin #5 found at Pine Island (Sam’s House Trails). We found it on the way back from the Garnet trail. Thank you so much for this program/adventure!

Woman holding coin found at Pine Island Sanctuary.

Coin 6 found at Pine Island Conservation Area.

Found coin #6 at Pine Island! Cool!

Man in hat holding up coin he found.

Coin #7 found at Pine Island!

I found a coin near the end of the trail going to the lagoon at Pine Island. I left the tag saying the coin was found at the tree. I love hiking all the trails in the area and seeing the wild life. I saw that someone had posted a link to the program website and figured…I’ll drive up there from Viera and find that last coin. I passed by it twice and then came back after a few more miles of searching in the opposite direction and then spotted the tree that looked similar to the one in the hints document. I’m glad I went back and examined the back of the palm trunk. It was a beautiful day to enjoy the trails and wildlife.