State Parks

Top 5 Reasons You Must Visit Florida State Parks

Florida State Parks are among the National Gold Winners and America’s First Two Time Winner!

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175 state parks, 9 state trails, 800K+ acres of trails, beach, bicycling, birding, boating, tours, cabins, camping, campfires, canoe, kayak, family reunion, concessions, picnic pavilion, amphitheater, hiking, historic sites, horseback riding, mountain biking, parking, museum, pet friendly areas, playground, rollerblading, scuba diving, shelling, snorkeling, star gazing, surfing, swimming, tubing, walking, weddings, wheelchair accessible, wildlife viewing, visitor center, restroom facilities, shower and more.

Guided Ranger Tours & Events

Guided Ranger Tours, Special Events, Workshops, Clinics and Children’s Programs are an excellent way to explore many aspects of each state park. Check here for events during your visit.

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Overnight Accommodations

Create lifelong memories by staying overnight to tell stories, sing around the campfire, watching the sunset and listen to the creatures after the sun goes down in Florida.

General Information here

Campsite Prices here

Campsite Reservations here


Boxer Dog walking on beach Florida State Parks Achieving the Dragonfly Life Florida Travel Blog by Heidi VancilBring Fido!

Domestic pets are allowed at ALL Florida State Parks in designated day-use areas.

Service Animal Policy here                                       Pet Camping Rules here

Pet Safety here                                                          More Information here

Every Stamp is a Story Passport

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DISCLAIMER: I am not affiliated with Florida State Parks.

Let’s get started… order your Deluxe Real Florida Passport here

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Only one park left? Great! Take your Passport Completion Form. Print here

CONGRATULATIONS! on receiving a FREE Family Annual Entrance Pass for up to eight people for one year

Florida State Parks Annual Pass

The Family Annual Entrance Pass may be a good option if you plan to visit several state parks during your visit.

Exploring solo or without the kids? Check out the Individual Annual Entrance Pass

Can’t decide? Get more information here

Do you qualify for a Discounted Annual Pass? Check here

Parking Fee here

One more thing… I enjoy hearing from my readers, especially if you discover a non-working link or incorrect information.

I do my best to inform my readers of current information available to me during my visit.

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