Erna Nixon Park is an open stop situated at 1200 Evans Road, Melbourne, Florida. It contains a 3,000-foot lifted footpath through a characteristic Florida loft. The recreation center contains plants and old live oaks with hanging Spanish greenery. It gives a characteristic living space to a few types of winged animals and little creatures, for example, the gopher tortoise and indigo snake.
The recreation center likewise has visit occasions, for example, the semi-yearly Moonlight Stroll that happens at night and incorporates unrecorded music. The recreation center is named after Melbourne Village naturalist Erna Nixon. The Erna Nixon Park Nature Center highlights displays of creature mounts and lives little creatures.