Dicerandra Scrub Sanctuary

This 44-acre Sanctuary is named after an endangered mint plant, Dicerandra thinicola, also known as Titusville mint. This beautiful shrub has bright purple flowers and is endemic to the Titusville area, which means it is found nowhere else in the world. The Sanctuary also protects scrub, scrubby flatwoods, and depression marshes with the hiking trail leading through the scrubby flatwoods and marsh habitats.

Dicerandra Scrub Sanctuary Informational Board
Tall trees and palm fronds
Tall trees among brush
Path through woods
Path through brush and palm fronds
Dicerandra Scrub Sanctuary Entrance




Wildlife Viewing

Do's & Don'ts

  • Hunting is prohibited
  • Stay on the trail for personal safety
  • 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.