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Explore 75 years of history for Florida's state parks. Online or in person, learn about events, eras and ecosystems that preserve our past, celebrate our present, welcome our future. Share the excitement. Bring the family. Invite a friend.

U.S. Postage Stamp honoring Marjorie Kinnan Rawlings, Pultizer-prize winning author who made her home in Cross Creek, Florida.

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Cypress knees along the bank of the Hillsborough River, site of one of Florida's first state parks. Thatch-roofed pavilions at Highlands Hammock State Park, built by the young men of the Civilian Conservation Corps in the 1930s.
A man on horseback herds several buffalo at Paynes Prairie Preserve State Park south of Gainesville. People picnic under tall pines at Torreya State Park in the Florida's panhandle. In the 1930s, the young men of the Civilian Conservation Corps built this suspension bridge over the Santa Fe River at O'Leno State Park.