Avalon State Park
About Avalon State Park
A NOTE FROM THE MANAGER
Spring has arrived which also marks the beginning of sea turtle nesting season. In addition to being a beautiful place to enjoy the sun and surf, the beach at Avalon State Park is an important nesting area for several species of sea turtles. Threatened and endangered sea turtles such as the Loggerhead, Atlantic green and Leatherback return to our beaches to nest during the spring and summer months. One simple thing you can do to help the nesting turtles is to avoid using stakes to set up your tent or shade structure. Beach umbrellas and tents supported by weights are permitted. We hope you enjoy your visit to Avalon State Park and experience “…the Real Florida."
- Avalon State Park is located four miles north of Fort Pierce Inlet State Park, via Highway A1A and the North Causeway.
- For forms, information and benefits of volunteering visit Get Involved.
- Florida State Parks Pet Policy
- Pets are not permitted on the beach.