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Let's Go Glamping
Glamping is glamorous camping. It’s a relaxing way to experience the outdoors in luxury. At five Florida state parks, our partners offer special glamping experiences.
Outdoor Florida Webinar Series
Calling all outdoor enthusiasts! Join the Office of Greenways and Trails for the monthly Outdoor Florida webinar series. Hear from a variety of experts on topics in recreation, trails and more.
Planning for the Future of Florida Recreation
The Florida Park Service plans for the future of recreation in Florida. We work with local governments, park users, scientists, recreation providers and non-governmental organizations to ensure that Floridians have access to safe, well-managed parks, trails and public lands.
Park Admission - Online Payment
Visitors may purchase their admission single-use day pass online ahead of their visit instead of paying at the park. Be sure to bring your confirmation email/receipt with you to the park (either a printed copy of your receipt or a digital copy) at the time of your visit.
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Florida Caverns State Park
One of Florida’s first state parks, the otherworldly Florida Caverns offers visitors the opportunity to go underground and experience a part of the state that few know exists.
3345 Caverns Road
Marianna FL 32446
Ichetucknee Springs State Park
Cool off as you drift down the Ichetucknee, a unique spring-fed river where you can relax as you experience the real Florida. The crystal-clear Ichetucknee River flows 6 miles through shaded hammocks and wetlands before it joins the Santa Fe River.
12087 S.W. U.S. Highway 27
Fort White FL 32038
Jonathan Dickinson State Park
Sixteen distinct natural communities create the mosaic that is Jonathan Dickinson, the largest state park in Southeast Florida. Rare environments as well as the pristine Loxahatchee River make this park a unique spot to explore on land or by water.
16450 S.E. Federal Highway
Hobe Sound FL 33455
People Make the Parks
Volunteer Spotlight: Madison Carmody
Madison Carmody is one of the youngest registered resident volunteers Oleta River State Park has ever had.
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Things to Know
Book Your Overnight Stay
The Real Florida is waiting for you! We recently changed our reservation system, so the process may look a little different when you book a cabin or campsite at our Florida State Parks.
Skip the Straw
Plastic straws are one of the many single-use plastics that litter beaches, pollute oceans and harm wildlife. To preserve natural resources and keep Florida’s environment free of pollutants, DEP encourages residents and visitors to Skip the Straw!
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