The Official Fee Schedule provides fee information for daily entrance, museum and overnight accommodation fees for all 160 state parks. Fee ranges for activities are provided. For specific information, visit the individual park’s webpage or call the information line at (850) 245-2157.
*Fees are subject to change without notice.
- Daily Entrance Fees
- Overnight Accommodation Fees
- Overnight Accommodation Discounts
- Activity Fees
- Official Fee Schedule (PDF)
DAILY ENTRANCE FEE SCHEDULE RETURN TO TOP
All fees are per vehicle with two to eight occupants. More than eight people in a vehicle requires additional per person fees, unless otherwise noted. County surcharges may apply. Please contact the park for additional information. Please be advised there may be additional fees for the use of certain park amenities, such as camping, special tours or equipment rentals. Children under six are free at all state parks.
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Overnight accommodations in Florida's state parks are offered at 55 parks with campgrounds, 19 parks with cabins and one park with a lodge. To make reservations up to eleven months in advance, visit http://floridastateparks.reserveamerica.com or call 1-800-326-3521 or TDD 888-433-0287.
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Senior citizens and disabled citizens receive a discount of one-half of base rate of the camping fee. Recipient must be a Florida resident, over 65 years or 100% disabled.
Recipients must provide proof of age by showing one of the following:
- Florida Drivers License;
- Birth certificate; or
- A Florida Senior Citizen Hunting and Fishing Certificate.
Recipients must provide proof of residency by showing one of the following:
- Permanent Florida Driver License;
- Florida voter registration;
- Florida vehicle registration;
- Florida resident fishing or hunting license; or
- Other official document that will serve as a declaration of residency.
Recipients must show proof of disability by showing one of the following:
- SSA disability award document;
- Current document from a federal agency which states the bearer is 100% disabled;
- A signed statement on a medical doctor's letterhead which names the bearer and states that they are 100% disabled;
- A current Medicare card; or
- A Florida Totally and Permanently Disabled Person Hunting and Fishing Certificate.
- Department of Veterans Affairs identification card.
- Civil Service Retirement System approval letter showing 100% disability; or
- Department of Revenue Form 416, Physician's Certification of Total and Permanent Disability.
- National Parks Access Pass (formerly known as the Golden Access Pass, not to be confused with the Annual Pass or Senior Pass).
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Some activities in state parks require additional fees. Instructor's certification diving, launching boats, renting picnic pavilions and other facilities, renting equipment such as canoes and kayaks, and participating in some tours are examples of activities that may require additional fees.
Call the state park directly or visit their webpage for more information.
Photography is permitted without fee for all purposes except where normal park operations are disrupted or for resource protection. Work with park staff when photography permits are required.