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Beach at St. Sebastian Inlet State Park

ABOUT FLORIDA STATE PARKS AND TRAILS

Florida's award-winning state parks and state trails encompass more than 780 acres and attract nearly 25 million visitors every year. Learn more about the system of state parks and state trails and their economic impact on Florida.

Florida State Park Guide

STATEWIDE BROCHURES

Florida's State Parks span from Pensacola to Key West. Discover important information related to all state parks in the Sunshine State.

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PARK BROCHURES

Each state park plays host to an atmosphere that is one of a kind. Locate details regarding the specific Florida State Park you are interested in.

Marker along the Withlacoochee State Trail

TRAIL BROCHURES

Learn more about each state trail with a map and list of amenities along the way.

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FLORIDA PARK SERVICE MOBILE APP AVAILABLE NOW

Planning a trip to a state park or trail? Now, smartphone users can download the Florida State Park app for on-the-go information. The Florida Park Service is pleased to partner with ParksByNature Network™ and PocketRanger.com to provide visitors and Florida state park enthusiasts with a FREE smartphone app, available to download today.

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STATE PARKS NEWSLETTER

Each month, Florida State Parks brings you the latest news, special events and park spotlights from around the state.

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CONNECTIONS NEWSLETTER

A quarterly newsletter sharing updates on the news along state trails. You'll also find articles on the connectivity of trails around the Florida.

Statue at Highlands Hammock State Park.

75TH ANNIVERSARY OF FLORIDA STATE PARKS

Florida's system of 160 state parks was established in 1935 when the young men of the Civilian Conservation Corps were hired to perform conservation-related work programs. Explore the history of the Florida Park Service and each state park.

A male cardinal feeds its young. By Lou Kellenberger.

OTHER STATE-OWNED RECREATION LANDS

In Florida, there are many places to enjoy outdoor recreation. The following list represents partners of the Florida Park Service in managing Florida's 5.4 million acres of state-owned lands for protection of natural and cultural resources and providing recreation opportunities.

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LINKS

There are many other great Web sites to visit that are related to Florida's State Parks.